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Carhartt 100092

Carhartt Hickory Stripe Shirt

Reg Price: $39.99
Now: $34.99 ($37.99 Big & Tall)

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The tough-as-nails logging shirts of the Pacific Northwest inspired the rugged construction of the Carhartt Hickory Stripe Shirt.

•  9.5-ounce, 100% cotton hickory stripe denim
•  Original fit
•  Spread collar with button closure and an 8-inch zipper
•  Two chest pockets with flaps and button closures
•  Two-button adjustable cuffs with extended plackets
•  Carhartt logo sewn on left chest pocket
•  Triple-stitched at main seams
•  Imported
 
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers
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Oh so close to perfect
August 3, 2016

From: Athens, GA Age: 65+ Gender: Male
This is one incredible shirt. Unusually well made, out of heavy-weight (“railroad engineer hat”) material. Fit: My arms/ shoulders are a bit oversized for a medium (from swimming and lifting) but unlike so many mediums, this shirt has room--- for me and a long sleeve thermal come winter. My one disappointment is cosmetic: the zipper is oddly about two or three inches too long. Zipped up, it looks like I’m wearing a western lariat tie. I have four zip-up sweaters which I measured. Much shorter and much less visible zippers. (To be fair, it is one heck of a zipper that looks like it will be around longer than me!) All-in-all-- GREAT shirt. Buy one for yourself.
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Perfect if you work out in the Industry
January 19, 2015

From: Some where on East coast to Gulf coast Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
I work in the Power Industry so I am out in it sunny, rain, snow and wind. As others have said this is great as a top layer for shirts when it's in the teens or as a layer over a cool shirt when the temps rise in the spring. Loose enough to let you move but not so lose it hangs you up in tooling or pipe racks.
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Very pleased with thickness of fabric & what seems to be great construction!
December 13, 2014

From: Western NY Age: 45-54 Gender: Female
Only time will tell the actual longevity & durability of fabric - but compared to other brands (purchased in the past) this looks and feels like a winner! Purchased it for my father, who constantly says that they just don't make things like they used to - even he seemed to be impressed. Trust me when I say that is no easy task - Thanks a bunch!!!
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THE hickory shirt for work
October 17, 2014

From: Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
This is a great shirt that is worth every penny. The material is tough, and uses a very nice solid brass YKK zipper that is extremely heavy duty. The shirt that I got in a Large Regular fits very well, but is a little short in the arm length, so maybe you will want to order a tall size, as I am average height with relatively short arms. The shirt is garment washed for comfort, and is comfortable, and easy to move in. The only other complaint may be the banded collar, as it tends to rub the back of my neck and head if the zipper is pulled up more than half way, which is not an issue if you have a longer neck. Wonderful shirt if you work hard in the woods, or just plain work hard in general. The shirt is Made in Bangladesh in case anybody wants to know. This is the best Hickory Stripe Logger out there!
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Ideal for first layer on cool mornings.
August 28, 2014

From: Piedmont North Carolina Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
This shirt wears good in the mornings as a first layer or when things turn a little cool. The half zipper makes life easier as things get warmer during the day. With the big zipper I don't have to remove my gloves to open the shirt up. I would recommend anyone that rides to get one, this type shirt this works well in the wind.
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Killer old school style shirt!
July 14, 2014

From: New Mexico Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
I got many compliments on this shirt the very first time I wore it. I will be ordering another as a spare. I wore it in the cool mountain air over the 4th of July holiday as a light jacket. Very cool style! Most definitely would recommend to friends and associates!
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Best saw shirt around
April 17, 2014

From: New Mexico Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
Toughest shirt I've used for saw work yet. Material is thicker than anything else I've used, and appears to be more resistant to abbrassion.
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Great work shirt
April 17, 2014

From: Eastern Shore Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
Wore these shirts for many years when in the construction business. Rugged yet very comfortable. Hadn't seen them around for quite some time. Dungarees advertised this shirt, I'm a regular customer, and I purchased. Even though I'm not doing construction anymore, it's a great shirt to work around the yard in.
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well made
April 5, 2014

From: Holyoke MA Age: 18-24 Gender: Male
I'm starting bee keeping and this shirt paired with a veil should keep grumpy bees at bay
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tough shirt
February 13, 2014

From: nogo, arkansas Age: 55-65 Gender: Male
I used to wear these shirts in Alaska when I was in the carpenters union. They last forever.
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