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Mountain Hardwear Outpost Long-Sleeve Shirt - Men's

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    Campsites to coffee shops.

    Campsites deep in the woods and mountain town main streets are both equally acceptable places to wear the Mountain Hardwear Men's Outpost Long-Sleeve Shirt. Its classic style won't seem out of place in the city, the soft Campsite Chambray fabric offers generous stretch for freedom of movement when hiking or fishing, and the innovative smartphone flashlight pocket allows hands-free illumination when you're searching around your tent at night or trying to find your shoes at home when you have an early wake-up call.

    • Classic looks meet outdoor-ready features
    • Campsite Chambray fabric is light, soft and stretchy
    • Smartphone flashlight pocket for hands-free illumination
    • Zippered chest pocket secures small essentials
    • Item #MHW013M

    Tech Specs

    Campsite Chambray (67% cotton, 29% polyester, 4% elastane)
    Center Back Length
    2 chest (1 secure left chest, 1 smartphone flashlight chest)
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Long Sleeve Muted Red Shirt

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: med
    • Height: 5'5"
    • Weight: 145lbs

    Pockets are Great.
    After washing, I put this shirt into the dryer. As soon as the dryer stopped, I hung up this shirt, smoothed it out and the shirt does not really need ironing. I admit, I did use a bit of spray starch on the fabric while it was on the hanger just for the front and the collar...but, I do not need to iron this shirt and it looks good.