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You may have men's jackets from high school still hanging in your closet, but your favorite cotton shirts wear out after only a few years. That's why this Key Men's 5703 47 Hickory Stripe Logger Short-Sleeve Shirt is part jacket, part shirt, and all durable. When y ... (see full details) (see specifications) #KEY5703-47.
You may have men's jackets from high school still hanging in your closet, but your favorite cotton shirts wear out after only a few years. That's why this Key Men's 5703 47 Hickory Stripe Logger Short-Sleeve Shirt is part jacket, part shirt, and all durable. When you find something you love, you should get to keep it for a long, long time. This pullover style with a convenient half-zip makes it easy for you to get this men's workwear on and off as needed.
This pullover shirt is made with 9-ounce, 100% cotton hickory stripe denim fabric. Natural cotton is soft and airy against your skin, giving you cooling ventilation that releases heat. The soft fabric is also machine-washable and durable.
An antique brass zipper goes up to the banded collar. The collar stays keep it looking crisp and sharp against the neck. The zip front on the Key shirt allows you to change up your look at will.
Dual chest pockets, protected with flaps, provide storage space. The edges of the flaps are mitered, or angled, so they won't curl up (and you won't have to iron them back down). A pencil slot in the left pocket of the logger shirt adds convenience.
The pleated back yoke gives you extra moving room as needed. The Key Men's 5703 47 Hickory Stripe Short-Sleeve Logger Shirt has double-needle stitching throughout, so two threads are used at every seam instead of one. You'll have plenty of reasons to keep this men's shirt around for a long, long time. Order yours today from Working Person's Store!
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4 out of 5
I bought two of these shirts. I like the heavy weight of the material but one shirts zipper pull came off of the shirt. They are not even a year old. The other shirt zipper is still going strong. I would buy more later because I normal do not zip the shirt up, but if you wear yours zipped it might be a problem for you.