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Lightweight and soft, the Patagonia Men's Three Trees Shirt makes the ideal companion for the cowboy bar or a day down by the water tossing a line and hoping for some fish. Stash some cash in one chest pocket and a toothpick in the other and you're ready for business.

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Classy top.

    I'm 5' 10" tall, 145 lbs & I wear a medium in this shirt. It's a flattering athletic cut. I've probably worn this shirt 10 - 15 times and it's wearing very well. I find the fabric to be quite nice, nothing funky about it. I'd definitely buy another.


    great quality

      I bought this shirt on a whim because of how good it looked, a few weeks later I own several more colors. I am 170 pounds, 5' 9" and a medium fits absolutely perfect. the fit is what i love so much and have got several compliments on how well it looks. Good job Patagonia, well worth the money with a lifetime warranty.


      Great shirt

        Love this shirt. Period. I own three different colors of this shirt. The colors are excellent. The fit is excellent. Nuff said.


        Great look, funky fabric

          Love the style and color on the Nile Blue version, but not overly pleased about the fabric, it wrinkles rather easily. Also do not feel it necessary to size down as another review indicated.


          Weird Fit

            Wanted to like this so bad, but it fit like a trashbag through the torso. I am not of the cyclist/climber slim build at 6'1 205lbs, so I was pretty surprised to put on a large and feel like I was swimming in it. Purchased the Patagonia Wisco shirt at the same time, had the same experience. Not sure whats up with Patagonia these days, I thought they had a more athletic cut, not the case with this one.