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Columbia Men’s Super Bonehead Classic Long Sleeve Fishing Shirt
Columbia Men’s Super Bonehead Classic Long Sleeve Fishing Shirt
  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Omni-Shade UPF 30 sun protection
  • Vented for comfort
  • Roll-up sleeves with tab holders
  • Rod holder Product
  • Utility loop

The men's Super Bonehead shirt from Columbia offers a comfortable, angler friendly design so that you can keep your mind on the fish. Constructed of soft, 100 percent cotton, the made-for comfort shirt offers mesh-lined cape vents on the back shoulders to keep air flowing and provides UPF 30 sun protection. Tackle ready, the shirt is equipped with four hook-and-loop closed fly box pockets at the chest, as well as a tool holder, a utility loop and a rod holder loop so that your hands can remain free to work with lines and lures. The sleeves can be rolled up and secured with handy button tabs or worn full length.

  • Package Dimensions: 12.1 x 7.7 x 4.1 inches
  • Item model number: 1276391
  • Date First Available: August 1, 2018
  • ASIN: B0784XL5W8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #169,722 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #80 in Men's Fishing Shirts
    • #2157 in Men's Casual Button-Down Shirts
    • #13537 in Outdoor Recreation Clothing

    This thing is like a tent compared to all other columbia shirts I own of the same size and the fabric is too heavy for a subtropical climate. Columbia's pro fishing shirts are just insanely huge and this one is like I am wearing a dress. I have never worn it other than to try it on...then i washed it dreaming it would shrink, but it just crumpled up and looked bad. Did not shrink so it was then a wrinkled dress tent on me.

    I like a lot of other columbia offerings, but not this one. It is strange how their sizing is all over the place depending on the shirt...but maybe it is intentional for airflow.

    I will update this review after I have received a replacement. The back of the shirt suggests I purchased a large, and is my expectation. However, on unboxing, I noticed it fit too loose. I wear a lot of carribean brand button ups, and those are all mediums because they are oversized. With that information I thought I should have ordered medium. I then found a red sticker inside the shirt reading xxl-123. We researched Columbia's website for general sizing and found the chest size to be consistent with a standard fit XXL.

    This is the kind of thing that makes people like me buy clothes in stores where I don't have to be bothered with returns because of a major manufacture error. Is this why it's on sale? Because it's sized wrong? Why don't you guys just sell it as mismarked clothing(and make it obvious) and sell it at the right size as to not waste the time of everyone who touched this shirt?

    This would be a good shirt if you like the really, really baggy body style which could be good for airflow---I just personally dislike how it fit. I am typically a large (tight/fitted large not the I wear a size too big large) and the fit for me: Shoulders ok, maybe a touch big which I was expecting with the style (but I do have broad shoulders). The arm length was normal so not sure if sizing down would work for me. The body, however, was way too large imo--if you are ok with tucking it in it might not be an issue. You can literally two fit slim-bodied torsos in it, great if you have a big beer belly Id imagine but far from a normal large size.

    I have bought many Columbia shirts and pants, the shirts are cut big, so be careful, you may want to consider buying a size down. In office shirts, I can wear a medium, but in columbia shirts I have to wear a size small. The pants fortunately are true to size. This particular shirt is also cut larger, so I sized down, overall very nice design, lots of pockets, soft comfortable cotton fabric, needs ironing.

    This is a medium. No, I'm not midget. I'm 5'8". In fact, many medium shirts are too tight for my liking. This, this is just ridiculous. M = XL... at least.