Closeouts. A base layer that pulls double duty out in the field, Browning's Shoulder Saver Reactar shirt wicks moisture and fights odor, and features a pocket on both shoulders that fits the included recoil-absorbing Reactar G2 pad.
Reviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Friday, April 12, 2013
High-grade, trim fit stretchy T-shirt with the R&L pockets for the Browning REACTAR G2 recoil pad placement. At STP pricing, you are getting the shirt for the price of the high-tech shock-absorbing pad, alone. Don't hesitate, and you can transfer the pad to pother Browning garments.
Reviewed by Customer Care from Unknown on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I have used the Browning Reactor pad products for vest and shirts. This product is not the same. It is larger and quite uncomfortably so. The included shirt is very tight and form fitting. I could not imagine shooting shotguns in this shirt where comfort and free movement is necessary.
Reviewed by lizb from Annapolis on Monday, March 18, 2013
Bought this shirt to shoot clays. Nice base layer with extra padding on the shoulder. You can put the gel insert on either shoulder. My shoulder was sore the next day, but definitely less so than normal. Overall I'm pleased with this shirt and will wear it again.
Reviewed by Avid wing shoot from Charleston, SC on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The thin breathable material make this the perfect shirt for this high volume dove shoots where you don't want thick layers. The shooting pad is thick enough to be effective and thin enough to not impact your mounting. I own a couple other shoulder pads for the trips to Argentina and these shirts will replace those awkward shooting pads.
Reviewed by CA from Central Calif on Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Very good quality material. The insert pad is a little heavy, I would recommend getting a shirt that fits on the tight side as that will help keep the pad in place. I ordered a little bigger for more comfort but the pad moves around. You cannot beat the price for this shirt, other places sell for over $60.00 Once you get used to the pad it really does save your shoulder.