Go ahead and flex.

The North Face Flex Crew’s fabric won’t feel rough or stiff when you flex your muscles (Is there snow on those mountains?) and the rolled shoulder seams eliminate chafing when you wear a hydration pack for adventure races. A back stash pocket with a media cord port makes it easy to bring your favorite tunes along.

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5 5

Solid performer

Great fit for athletic build. Shaped but not tight. Wicks and dries almost imediately. Only drawback is how easily is snags. Not uncommon for this type of shirt. Typically, the lighter the shirt, the looser the weave, the more likely to snag. Stay away from velcro and off trail and you should be just fine....

4 5

Nice and light

This shirt does what it's supposed to, it is nice and light and wicks well. However a few chaffage marks have shown up on the back of it from the backpack I'm guessing, but it is still intact. Otherwise though I really like it, it fits well too, I'm 5'9" and 150 and got a medium as a reference point. Also, watch out, if you get any of the white colors....tend to get dirty pretty easily.

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I use this shirt for tennis and its perfect for this purpose. It's light weight, cool, non-binding, and looks good. Durability is not an issue for a non-contact sport. Sometimes shirts like this get beat up in a washing machine, so I usually just wash it in the sink after I play, and hang it up on a plastic hanger to dry. It's so light weight that the washing is easy and the drying takes almost no time. I haven't found a use for the media pocket, but it's so small that I don't even notice that its there.

I like my shirts baggy. I'm 6'3" 220#...

I like my shirts baggy. I'm 6'3" 220# athletic build. Would I be happy in the XXL? Also is the media pocket in back roomy enough for my 3"X3"X2" head light battery?

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depends how baggy, but i wrote the below review. i am 6'4 230 w a 47 chest and this shirt fits perfect. not tight, not super baggy, good length. go for it.
the back pocket is roughly, 3.5" wide and 4.5" tall, with good stretch. i say it would probably fit, but too much weight would cause it to sag/stretch a lot.

5 5


i love this shirt, wicks well, super light weight, nice media pocket in the back. it doesn't look slick/shiny, but has that nice feel to it. one of my favorites. fits perfect in xl, i am 6'4 230 47 chest. not too tight, great for the gym or bball