Customer Reviews Of:
Browning Black Label Tactical Shirt - Short Sleeve (For Men)

Closeouts. Built to be practical and sharp-looking, Browning's Black Label Tactical shirt comes equipped with a button-down front that has hidden snap buttons for easy interior access and internal shoulder pockets designed for recoil-absorbing gel pads. Users will stay cool and comfortable in warm climates thanks to the lightweight cotton fabric with a breathable mesh back panel.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by John from Florida on Tuesday, February 28, 2017
    I'd never seen a short-sleeved outdoor shirt with as many good features. Very comfortable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Utah Trail Lover from Utah on Thursday, February 16, 2017
    It is fairly flimsy but for the price I wasn't expecting much more. It is fine but not great.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by TallTexan from TX on Wednesday, June 1, 2016
    My husband likes this shirt, but not as much as his Columbia brand shirts of similar style, which are cut just a tad fuller across the shoulders. The Browning Black Label Tactical Shirt fabric is cotton, and wrinkles when laundered; I remedy this by taking from washer and placing in the dryer for 5 minutes, then hanging to finish drying (I do not like to iron). The closure on the shirt front includes 2 magnetic snaps at the top, which I suppose are for quick access to the interior pockets that hold the shoulder pads for shooting. The remainder of the shirt front closes with buttons. There is an interior recoil pad pocket on each shoulder, to accommodate both left and right handed shooters. The recoil pad is not included with the shirt. My husband has Beretta recoil pads, which are shaped with a wider flair at one end and are a couple of inches longer than the Browning. The Beretta recoil pads do fit into the Browning shirt, but extend a bit past the top opening of the pad pocket, which allows the wider end of the pad to stick out a bit. This does not seem to be a problem, and the Beretta pad would not fit into the pocket if the pocket were longer, since the flared end of the pad would then be too wide for the pocket. Overall, a very nice shirt. The color works well when paired with blue jeans, as well as with forest green pants. Price on STP was unbeatable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by armchair zoologist from california coast on Wednesday, January 13, 2016
    6 pockets, 2 hidden, 2 mesh reach-behind the flap pockets. yeah, you're supposed to wear it to shoot, but you don't have to shoot to wear it. light stretchy cotton, extra-long sleeves, detailing throughout. not your everyday shortsleeve shirt.
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