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1816 by Remington Left-Handed Shooting Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. The 1816 by Remington shooting shirt offers traditional protection and legendary durability for lefties. It's constructed of garment-washed cotton with microsuede accents in a cut that fits well enough to keep wearing after your shoot is over.
Reviewed by Dog mom from Carolina Beaches on Sunday, August 28, 2016This is not a bad shirt. It's comfortable and the fit is good. If you are borderline between large and medium sizes, you may find the medium is a better fit. I usually wear large, but found a medium fits me better. The patches are more for looks than actual functioning I agree with others who said that the patch material looks sub par. Regardless, with more than a case of shells through my shotgun, there's no excess wear. Overall, the shirt is a good deal at these prices.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ag Bromide from Texas on Saturday, February 13, 2016
Not terribly impressed with this product. The shoulder and elbow patches are made of thin, cheap fabric, and there is no padding under the shoulder patch. The fabric of which the shirt itself is made is also nothing to write home about as far as durability goes. I suspect this item will be in the rag bin withing a year.
Be very careful what size you order. I usually wear an X-large in shirts and sweaters. In that size, the sleeves on this item extended almost four inches beyond my fingertips. The only reason I exchanged it for a medium (which fit) was to avoid paying the restocking fee.
Reviewed by Ag Bromide from Texas on Tuesday, January 26, 2016The shoulder and elbow patches are made of thin, flimsy fabric that isn't nearly as durable as the material from which the rest of the shirt is made. There is no padding at all under the shoulder patch. And the size is also off by a wide margin. I usually wear and extra large shirt, so that's what I ordered. The sleeves on this one extend well past my fingertips. If you are 6-foot-6, this is the size you will need.