Reviewed by Flyguy from Cody, WY on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Sage is a top brand, but this fishing shirt was cut about 2 inches short on the length.
I am aware that most fishing shirts are designed to be worn tucked out. However, all my other fishing shirts are long enough that you can tuck them in if desired, giving you just a bit nicer look should the occasion warrant. In addition, cut this short, the shirt tends to ride up above your belt when you bend over. Something I don't care for.
Sage cut corners with this shirt by skimping on the fabric length. To me it was a big mistake and detracts from the otherwise quality Sage brand.
Reviewed by Bob the Fisherman from Canada on Monday, July 23, 2012
Great shirt but sized a bit small. I'm 6'2" and 230lbs and normally buy XL. This shirt looks great but I found it tight across the shoulders and a bit short- I'm used to buying Columbia shirts that are XL and this shirt is small compared to Columbia sizing.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Fly Fishing, Freshwater Fishing
Reviewed by Red Blooded American from Friendswood, TX on Tuesday, August 30, 2011
For the price its tough to beat. Actually, in spite of the price its tough to beat! I wore it fishing in the surf of the Texas Gulf Coast shortly after I got it. It was comfortable, and it dried VERY quickly. The color is good and it was functional as I used some of the pockets for plastics (lures) that I was using.
Thanks for a great shirt at a great price.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, fishing, Outdoor Activities
Reviewed by opinionated hiker from Candian Rockies on Monday, July 25, 2011
It's difficult to find a longs-leeve, button-down shirt that's ideal for hiking. My definition of ideal: weighs little, protects against sunburn, fends off bugs, blocks light wind, dries quickly, and is a bright, interesting color so it looks good in photographs for the guidebooks we write and publish. This shirt meets all those requirements.