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Marmot Men's Eldridge Long Sleeve Shirt

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Marmot Men's Eldridge Long Sleeve Shirt

Like an old friend, you can count on the Men's Eldridge Long Sleeve Shirt by Marmot. The sanded mid-weight fabric of this long sleeve button-up is truly comfortable and good for long days outside, thanks to generous UV protection.

  • Material: 77% Polynosic Rayon 23% Polyester 5.9oz/yd
  • Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30
  • Soft, Sanded, Mid-Weight Plain Weave Woven Fabric
  • Straight Hem with Side Vents
  • Single Patch Pocket
  • Regular Fit
  • Weight: 0lb 9oz (265g)

Purchase the Marmot Eldridge Long Sleeve Shirt for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



5 Star Rating

Reviews

5 Stars kipster - February 14 2011


Shirt fits great. Would recommend to a friend. Fits true to size, and it does not wrinkle very easily. It did not shrink after being dried (at least, I did not notice any).



5 Stars marmotfan - December 30 2010

Dress to impress
I get compliments every time I wear this shirt. It fits great, feels great, washes perfectly. Plus Marmot got the pattern matching perfectly between the pocket and the rest of the shirt. Some manufacturers can't seem to match the pattern in the pocket to the rest of the shirt and some can't get the sleeves to match either. Marmot got the whole package right. Get every color.



4 Stars FanYi - February 16 2012

Good
Nice shirt, good fit. Could be worn at the crag or out on the town. I very like this shirt, I'm just shy 6'1" and 175, got the medium for a comfy fit. sleeve length is certainly long enough, never riding up. if you want the skinny look, i would have been able to wear a small.



4 Stars Dexter59 - April 2 2011

Solid Comfortable Shirt
This shirt is comfortable, relatively lightweight and true to size. It is easy to care for. Throw it into the washer and dryer (or line dry) and it will not need ironing. Doesn't shrink, but puckers slightly after drying in a dryer - but not bad. One thing I don't like is having the word Marmot written on the back of the right shoulder. This trend of making you a walking billboard is sickening...



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