Reviewer: Paul4472, Location: Boston, Ma Good shirt, less roomy than all cotton henley This shirt is a quality garment as one would expect from Carhartt. I have worn the all cotton henley's for years and like them a lot so I figured I would give the upgraded version a try, however I do have a couple of complaints with "the new and improved" Force henley. First off, it is not quite as roomy as the "old" henley, especially under the arms it seems a bit tighter. I personally prefer the roomier cut of the all cotton henley. Secondly, the shirt does not breathe as well as the older style henley. For my money, I prefer the all cotton K84 to the "Force" version.
Reviewer: Idahobowhunter, Location: Island Park, Idaho, Occupation: Property Management Great work shirts This shirt fits much better than the cotton shirts. The sleeves are not over sized like the cotton shirts, the material is cooler on hot days, and they launder well. I had to get used to the new structure of the shoulder seams, but now I'd rather wear these shirts. Great improvement Carhart!
Reviewer: GumGully, Location: Crosby, Texas, Occupation: Oil Refinery Supervisor - retired A comfortable, good looking, Henley. The Henley is well sewn, of durable cotton, and comfortable. What more could you ask for?
Hmm? I would like to be able to purchase a 60/40 cotton-polyester blend in the Henley.
Reviewer: Lilli, Location: Vancouver Island, B. C. Canada, Occupation: Retired Fabulous My husband is a big (and tall) man. Has a problem getting clothes that fit and have good quality. This shirt gets worn to work, with dirt, grease, and torched....it comes out great in the wash. Good quality, great fit, tough...all around well worth it!
Reviewer: Trouperdad, Location: Washington, DC, Occupation: Handyman. Retired cable splicer. Great fitting shirt for work I can't say enough good things about these shirts. The fit is perfect for the bending & stretching at work. A Henley beats a standard T with buttons that give you neck room, and without a collar that always seems to be in the way in a polo. The shirt pocket is a great place to put those little screws, or nuts, bolts & washers that would get lost in the bottom of pants pockets. I have owned these only a year, but I find them to be hard wearing. I have cut the skin beneath without ripping the material of the shirt. Again: Great shirt!