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* MATERIAL: 55% COTTON / 45% POLYESTER * WASHED LONG SLEEVE BDU SHIRT * 2 FRONT POCKETS w/CONCEALED BUTTON * EPAULETS * INSIDE SLEEVE STRAP BUTTONS TO ALLOW L/S TO BECOME S/S CORPORAL INSIGNIA STAMPED ON RIGHT SHOULDER * LEFT SLEEVE CLOSEST TO SHOULDER/SUBDUED RECON TAB PATCH * BELOW RECON TAB ON LEFT SLEEVE/SPECIAL FORCES MESS W/THE BEST PATCH * RIGHT SLEEVE/REVERSED SUBDUED U.S. FLAG PATCH * ABOVE LEFT BREAST POCKET/U.S. ARMY PATCH
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
5 stars
(based on 1 review)

[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

 
Great shirt, but crazy sizing
By SeditionVerified Reviewer from Boston on 3/13/2009
Sizing:
Feels too large
Length:
Feels too long
Sleeve Length:
Feels too long
Pros:
Comfortable, Stylish
Best Uses:
Casual Wear, Night Out
Describe Yourself:
Casual
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about SPECIAL FORCES WOODLAND VINTAGE FATIGUE SHIRT:

So I have this shirt, and I think it is pretty stylish. The pics don't really do it justice. However, the sizing is really, really, odd. I am 5'10", 157lbs, with a measured 40" chest. I wear a 16 34/35 dress shirt. Now, here is the weird part. The "Special Forces" shirt I have is an EXTRA-SMALL, which claims a chest size of 29" - 33"! The shirt is a touch snug across my back when I sit down and extend my arms forward (but not much more so than my dress shirts). Otherwise, it fits the way a normal shirt should fit. I tried on a size small (label says chest size 33"-37") at my local army navy store. It was a touch baggy on me. The size medium, which claims a chest size of 37" - 41", is what I should be wearing in theory. It was HUGE on me.

I also have a Rothco/Ultra Force M-65 Field Jacket in a size small. The jacket is still a little loose, even when I wear a sweatshirt as a base layer. I am actually considering buying a replacement in the "extra small" size.

So, as a basic rule, order AT LEAST one size smaller than what you think you should be wearing. You may even want to consider going down TWO sizes.

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