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Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by widu13, Aug 18, 2013.
That's looks a good deal Andy.
I would not go for nylon.
Some modern Nylons are OK - but I would love that shirt in cotton!
I've just bout one so i'll see.
Cabelas has that shirt in a good poly/cotton blend (65/35 ratio with I believe the 65% being cotton) And in assorted colors and also offer tall sizes; and in both long and short sleeves But it's nowhere near that cheap. www.cabelas.com/category/Mens-Safari-Shirts/104029380.uts The Safari II is all cotton and has additional pockets.
Not a bad deal but remember postage is £4. Takes it up to prices i have seen in the shops.
Would buy one but I cant stand the "oh its only £8" plus extortionate postage...
just ordered 2, postage was £3.99
at that price, it would be rude not to
They have them on the shelves at sports direct, if I was you I would go for a bigger size than you need, they are really tight in the shoulders and upper arms.
yeah, it said that in the reviews so thats what i ordered
These arrived today, reasonable shirt worth 8 quid but way too small, i normally take between L and XL so i ordered XXL......much too small all over, arms, shoulders, gut,........not good so going back.
My XLs have gone back to for XXL...we'll see!
100% Nylon, Summer heat, open fires, hmmm!
unfortunately Karrimor = poorest quality thesedays
To be fair, the shirt was ok and the qualitywas certainly good enough for knocking about in the woods, garden, fishing etc and thats all i would use it for.
However the sizing is VERY small, infact i don't think i've ever seen sizing so different from anything else, it was that bad i thought it may have been labeled wrong.
If you're tempted, go up two sizes.
I have a couple of them, however I bought them when they were £10. Would not have paid the original price (if they were ever sold at that) but I do like the long zip pocket, it's where I stash my mobile phone.
I remember when nylon was nylon, sweaty and uncomfortable. Thing have changed, this shirt drys a lot faster than cotton.