Reviewed by Flotsam from Ohio on Wednesday, July 23, 2014
I returned them at the local shop as well when I bought them. The name is not disclosed (so I won't disclose it either)--I didn't know what I was buying here or I would not have bought them.
Problem is not with the cotton. It's soft, stitching looks good, color is fine. The real issue is that these shirts are shaped more like a trapezoid, cone/pear shape. They're narrower at the top and baggy at the bottom. If you have some girth I can understand these might be the perfect and comfortable shirt, but for those of us who don't these shirts are the opposite of flattering. It's like they're assuming you've got a muffin top times three. GAP and Banana Rep have much better polo fits than these shirts. I don't think these shirts sold well at the local stores either--that's why they're here on STP. With a trimmer fit, these shirts would have really sold quiet well.
Reviewed by Don K. from Huntington Beach, California on Monday, June 30, 2014
I live in Southern California and pique shirts are the shirts I wear whenever possible. These shirts from Sierra Trading ("famous label" or words to that effect - it was Eddie Bauer) are made of pique cotton that is obviously thinner than all the other pique shirts I own. The fit and size are good. The shirt is a bit narrow cut but not constricting. I have pique shirts that still look good and are ten or more years old. I don't think these two have anything like that lifetime ahead of them. I'll see how they do but do not plan to buy more of them.
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