Closeouts. Escape the heat without running indoors with Kakadu's Concord shirt. This lightweight work shirt is made of Gunn-worn cotton canvas, designed for warm weather and fitted with roll-up sleeves for quick cooling.
Reviewed by newsjunkie from Philadelphia on Friday, December 13, 2013
Holy smokes, believe me and the other reviews that say this runs small. I am usually an 8 in a button down, small to medium in a knit; ordered this in a medium and it definitely fits like a small. But, LOVE the fit. This shirt is engineered for a woman. I am a 34C, so I don't usually like a button down because they don't often fit correctly; this does. The third button is in just the right place. The collar lays open in just the right way. The pockets are perfectly positioned. This is just a really cool shirt, I'm glad I tried it. It's tighter than I like in a real work shirt; this is going to be just for looks.
Reviewed by Katie from California on Tuesday, July 23, 2013
For the past few years my husband's favorite shirt for hiking and camping has been his Kakadu. We had a camping/hiking trip planned, therefore, I was excited to receive my new shirt . I would normally wear XL. As it turns out the Kakadu Concord XL was too small. I wanted to order a larger size but there were none in stock.
I hope Sierra Trading Post brings these shirts back but in some brighter colors. I would love the Kakadu Concord shirt to be available in the colors natural and mustard (just like you have available for the petite Kakadu Bronte shirt). I didn't like the taupe (color I received) - looked like a dark greenish gray.
The shirt is described as being made of cotton-canvas. I was expecting a heavier material than what I received. The shirt is a light-medium weight cotton. Looks like a well made shirt.
Reviewed by kern hiker from Kern Co Ca on Friday, May 03, 2013
I ordered 2 of these shirts and received 2 different styles and sizes. One of the shirts is alittle short in sleeve length. However, I decided to keep them as they both are wearable for taking the dogs on hikes. The colors are nice.