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White is really off white
First let me say I am a fan of the fly fish t-shirts. I have almost 10 of them. I was looking forward to adding the "white" version to my collection. I just received it in the mail and sadly the white is more of a greyish white like the package it was delivered. Disappointed. CS was helpful with sending it back. I would suggest to Patagon... Read Moreia to add an adjective to describe the off-white so you're not expecting a typical white t-shirt.
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The material is unusually course
The material is unusually course & rough on the skin & scratchy. After 3rd washing it became more comfortable- not like 100% normal cotton.
Hi Gregory! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're sorry to hear that you found the material to be uncomfortable. This shirt features 50% recycled cotton and 50% recycled polyester. If you're interested in a 100% cotton shirt we'd recommend taking a look at the [Flying Fish Felt Patch Organic Pocket T-Shirt](https://www.patagonia.com/product/flying-fish-felt-patch-organic-pocket-t-shirt/37602.html?cgid=root).
So Sweet: Flying Fish & Responsibili-tee!
I own four Responsibili-tees (a P-6 Logo, a Forge Mark, two Flying Fish); bought the first two at a local independent where I was able to test for sizing and last two confidently ordered from Patagonia since features are the same across logos. I love this shirt, big time! I'm 6'2, 200 lbs, and generally wear Patagonia shirts at XL (cool t... Read Morerail, capilene base layers, back step), but for these I moved to the L size for the same perfect fit. The fabric is a hefty recycled blend that reminds me of the beefy cotton jerseys I favored as a kid. A really nice drape from perfectly fitting shoulders (sleeve seam is right at the shoulder break) to the loose, but not tent-like, fit around my 33 inch wait. The bottom comes to maybe 4-5inches below my natural waist, just the way I like it so that when I'm reaching up I don't flash my navel. Washing and drying barely shrinks this shirt, if at all so getting a good fit at purchase is vital. I have no complaints about itching (as I've heard that some folks do) -- out of the four shirts, 3 have no itch issues at all and 1 has just a minor scratching that doesn't bother me a bit & I figure will decline with wear (kind of reminds me of army surplus wool t-shirts I wore as a kid). Huge consistency of fit and quality across the four shirts I own. This is a triumph of design and comfort as far as I'm concerned, a perfect t-shirt on every front. And as for the flying fish (on the back of the shirt, btw), I gotta say it has been my favorite t-shirt logo since it first appeared (when was that, 2010 or so?). Unique and quirky, it made me laugh from the start. I happened to wear a flying fish T when I went to Nepal to do some relief work after the 2015 earthquake; guys from the Tibet border area where I work as an anthropologist loved it, called it the "hunter fish" (in Nepali), and I began bringing them as gifts whenever I made my research trips. This new iteration means I'll be buying some new ones for friends! High marks all around!
Great Addition to the Flying Fish Series
I've always been partial to the flying fish tees since they first arrived; from the start a quirky and fun logo that made me laugh. I wear the shirts backpacking, doing fieldwork in Nepal (more backpacking), hanging out. My Nepali field assistants always liked the design, too, so I began bringing them as gifts; they call them shikaari maachhaa... Read More (hunter fish) shirts. So when this edition of the series showed up, I was pleased to stock up again. The hunter fish is on the back now, which is a nice change, good to mix 'em up; I like the low key "Patagonia" print logo on the left chest, too. And the fish appearance in the responsibili-Tee line is really welcome. Sizing is a bit different than what I'm used to: I'm 6'2, 200 lbs, 33" waist, and athletic build; usually get an XL in all Patagonia Tees that I own, but for this, I stepped down to an L and I still have a roomy shirt (which is the way I like it). If I wanted to show off my body contours more, I bet I could get away with an M, but this is already perfect. Note to all: it barely shrinks! Very pleased with the tee itself; material has a nice heft (toward the jersey side of feel on the skin), drapes really well, and the regular cut gives me room to move. Very much a sturdy cotton feel to it. The 100% recycled materials are a good karma bonus. Already own two of these. Now I've got to pick up some shirts for friends in Nepal. Highly recommended.
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