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SmartWool Akalii Solid Flannel Shirt - Merino Wool, Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. SmartWool busts on the flannel scene like a pro with the SmartWool Akalii solid flannel shirt. This classic button-down gets a performance upgrade with a hefty dose of temperature-controlling, itch-free merino wool, but retains its cozy softness with cotton, polyester and a finely brushed finish.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by B from Iowa on Friday, February 17, 2017The shirt has a really nice cut, and my wife also commented on how it looks like it's really nice quality. I'm also on my 4th day of wearing it without washing it because the wool doesn't pick up odors, which is pretty nice.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by alec from UT on Tuesday, December 13, 2016Bought this after a friend modeled his. A great fit in Med for me where I usually wear a large/LT.
Reviewed by Erik from Michigan on Friday, November 4, 2016I read the reviews and was hesitant about the fit, but this shirt fits me perfectly. I'm 5'10", 175 pounds, athletic build. Ordered a Medium. Not only does it fit great, but it looks fantastic. Superb quality and finish. Would happily order another!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by John the Hiker from CA on Monday, September 12, 2016This is a poorly fitted shirt. I bought it and washed it only to find it doesn't come close to fitting properly. The sleeves are too long and the arm-pits too tight. The body is very wide and way too short. Who is this shirt made to fit?
I spent $100 and when I asked to return it I'm told I can't b/c it was washed.
Be WARNED before buying clothes from STP, especially this short.
Reviewed by TT97 from Ringling Bros on Monday, August 15, 2016I am 4' 9", wear a 50" waist but have 38" arms, each one as big around as a Bassett hound. I do work in the circus. This shirt is perfect. Almost like a halter top on me, however.
Reviewed by Jordanicolas from Atlanta on Wednesday, June 1, 2016You don't even need a jacket with this thing! You would look sharp and comfortable in the winter without looking like you're going to an Everest expedition.
Reviewed by TBM3 from NC and CO on Sunday, February 28, 2016Nice material and workmanship but one of the oddest shaped shirts I've ever bought. Short through the body, very wide cut, and extremely long full-cut arms. I ordered a medium. The shirt is cut to fit a short, very stocky person with fat, gorilla-length arms. I normally expect a standard medium to have about 33-34" arms and therefore to be a bit short on me (I have 35" arms). This shirt has at least 36" arms and with enough room to fit two arms in one sleeve. I'd be curious to see the human this thing fits -- would be in the circus.