Built For: Single shirt quiver
While the New West won’t make you a better country singer it will sure make you look the part! We kept our classic western look but added 5% spandex to the shirt so you can move in comfort at the local wagon ride or on the trail. Keeping with tradition we kept the pearl snaps and all the other bells and whistles like reflective accents and a zippered rear pocket to give the shirt the dirt cred it deserves!
Fabric | Stretch Woven Plaid Fabric
Fabric Content | 95% Poly / 5% Spandex
Fabric Weight | 100 g/m²
Fabric Properties | Wicking & Quick Dry
Sun Protection | UPF 50
Ventilation | Under Arm Vents
Visibility | RideLight Reflective Accents
Closure | Pearl Snaps
Storage | Chest Pocket & Hidden Rear Zippered Pocket
Fit | Sport
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This shirt is so versatile. Great for rides on the trail, around town, long gravel grinds, hiking, climbing, chilling after any of these activities, around camp and at the cafe or brew pub. It's a multipurpose piece of gear that most any of us will find plenty of use for. Pretty much ideal for everything except racing. I think the fit is rather large and baggy. I prefer a rather fitted cut for active wear. I sized down to a small and it works nicely.
so far so good. shirt fits great, nice and roomy.
Fits great, looks great. What else do you need?
Love the cut of the shirt and the nostalgic colors. The snaps are the best part of the shirt.
This was the first CR shirt I bought--I have three now. The western style is rad--it makes riding fun and less serious. The material is slightly stretchy and wicks very well. It's super comfy--no scratchy seams. I've worn it straight from trail to apres-ride brews and food as well as to non-bike events. The snaps are practical and look cool; I once had a yellow jacket (aka meat bee) sting me on the neck then fly into the shirt. The snaps allowed me to rip open the shirt quickly so it could get out before zapping me again. Fit-wise, I'm 6-0 and 170, the large was too big on me in the shoulders and waist. I got a medium and it's perfect.