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My Favorite Flannel
I wear this flannel to work, I wear this flannel hiking, and then I wear this flannel out for dinner. What I'm trying to say is that the Fjord Flannel Shirt is an awesome top that is super versatile and can be dressed up or down. It's comfortable, it's lightweight, and it's stylish. Furthermore, I'm pretty skinny (5'10... Read More" and 150 Ibs.), yet this flannel stays close to my body/butt for a nice fit, whereas many other flannels like to stick straight out in the back, which is awkward and suggests poor fit in my opinion.
This shirt would be noticeably more comfortable with larger arm holes and the addition of a back yoke (as with Fjord Flannel and Pima Cotton shirts which are both much more comfortable). Due to the slim fit through the shoulders, arm pit and upper back it's restrictive and it pulls. I'm always aware of it and constantly making adjustments... Read More. It's a great shirt otherwise and fits well everywhere else. Love the material, colors, patterns and styling.
Tough, long lasting flannel
I spent awhile looking for flannel like my dad used to wear. Finally found them here at Patagonia. I’ve had a few for a few years now and purchase more as new colors come out. Truthfully, just a few of these will last me he rest of my life. Just like the ones dad had but tougher. I use them to work in, wear about town, or lounge around the house. S... Read Moreimply perfect. I’m 5’9” 165lbs and wear a medium. Slim and athletic build so drying these shrinks them about right for my frame though the sleeves remain somewhat long. That said, I have ZERO complaints.
Delivered quickly! Looks great!
I sent this to my son for Christmas, and it was delivered quickly and it looks great on him. I would recommend ordering from Patagonia online. It was a great way to purchase a gift for an out of town family member with the possibility that it could easily be exchanged if necessary.
Warm, comfortable shirt
A great shirt for relaxing or outdoor activities where you need a little room to move. The fit is definitely "relaxed" in the body. I'm 6'3", 175 and it's a little too roomy for me but the sleeves are just right. If the sleeves were slightly longer I definitely would have purchased a medium.
It’s just so good for me
The fit of this flannel is the best I’ve ever found. The construction is so solid. The weight is excellent, never too thick or too thin. I just can’t say enough for this flannel because it really has no flaws. Definitely good for guys who don’t have big guts, but perfect for the average guy.
Great shirt! Runs slightly large.
Great flannel shirt for cooler temps or for layering. Looks great. I will say that the relaxed fit is a little loose. I'm 5'10"/144lbs and fit either a XS or an S. The XS is a little short and very fitted. I wear the S if I'm going to be moving around a bunch - meaning the shirt is more likely to ride up.
short arms, fat body
Dear Patagonia, I know I'm a beanpole (6'5", 200) but all your tops, including this shirt, are so big in the body and short in the arms. The last 2 XL ski jackets I've had have been garbage bags! any way we could swap a couple inches from the girth for the arms? Thanks!
Hi there, thanks for taking the time to provide this feedback! It's truly crucial to improving products and sizing for future seasons. We'll pass this along to our design crew!
Needed a new shirt...
And decided on this one. It's perfect for work, going out on the town, weekend projects, you name it. My one gripe: I liked this shirt so much that I went back to look at other colors on the internet and none of them appealed to me and tended to be too dark for my tastes. I know this is probably "what's trending" in style but so... Read Moreme of us older guys aren't very progressive when it comes to branching out...case in point: my wife's comment about my awesome new shirt: "It looks like the same shirt you have bought from Patagonia for the last 25 years." But she is totally wrong. This one goes to 11 because it's thicker.
I own lots of Patagonia clothing. Mediums generally fit me well and are consistent, but I found this shirt to to be oddly cut. The fit through the body is good, not too baggy, not too tight. The length of the body is about right/borderline too short (i.e. not a lot of spare length if you're looking to tuck it in, which I'm not), but the s... Read Moreleeves are annoyingly long. I have to keep them buttoned tight so they don't slip halfway down my hands, making them look kind of puffy and weird. The long sleeves are especially odd given the body hem is relatively short.
Hi Jeremy! Thank you for your feedback! We're sorry to hear the fit of this flannel wasn't quite right for you. I went ahead and reached out privately to follow up on this.
Well made with quality materials and thoughtful design as you would expect from the brand. The fit is what makes it superior, but may not be for everyone. I personally find it very difficult to find shirts that work for me, because I have broad shoulders, but I am not a ‘thick’ person, furthermore, ‘athletic cut’, shirts feel constricting to me. T... Read Morehis shirt is the silver bullet. I personally, throw mine in a hot dryer, because I WANT it to shrink, so it has the perfect overall length for leaving the shirt untucked, as I use it as a work shirt. It has crazy-long sleeves, but I am sure this is for future shrinkage, as flannels always shrink up over washing and wearing… I own two of these shirts now, and when they come out with new colors I will buy more.
This shirt has become a staple Patagonia pick-up for me, going on several years now. The sizing doesn't change, the quality stays great, and there is always one or two great prints to choose from. The first one I bought is broken in great, and can be perked up a bit if needed by a quick iron of the collar. Can't recommend enough. Don'... Read More;t change this one @patagonia!
Nice pattern. Boxy fit w long sleeves.
Nice pattern. Boxy fit w long sleeves. Washed and dried in hot to shrink them up, which actually worked a bit, but fit is too boxy, cut too traditional, and sleeves too long. I’m 6’4” and 250 lbs. A size XL was going to be too small unless I washed it on “cold” and like dried it. Too much of a risk of my wife throwing it in the dryer. For the recor... Read Mored, Patagonia XL tops and pants are my normal size.
Did not fit me well
Sleeves are a touch long but the shirt too short despite having a short torso. Not right for my body type. Material is a nice flannel though.
We're sorry the fit wasn't working out! Feel free to set up a return [here](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
Not what I expected!
Poor quality for a flannel shirt.
Thank you for providing us with your feedback! We are sorry to hear that the quality of this item did not meet your expectations. Please note, your satisfaction is guaranteed and you are always welcome to [Contact US](https://www.patagonia.com/customer-service.html) to initiate a [Return or Exchange](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
Good flannel...comfy and does the job
I'm 5'8 175 pds in a large and it fits just right. Not overly tight and not too long. Can button up or go unbuttoned. I have broad shoulders and athletic build in chest area. Xl was a tad too big so I went with something more true to my size. Being garment washed, it should not shrink but if it does I'm screwed.
Just the right weight not overly heavy and yet, substantial. The left hand flapped breast pocket is large and utilitarian. I would have preferred two pockets (R&L) as in the heavier weight model. The on-sale pricing made it especially attractive. This will be a regular wearer as autumn approaches.
Awesome for cool mornings and shoulder seasons
The Lightweight Fjord is very comfortable and fits perfectly (5'10" and 175#) with a sleeve length that hits just right. The weight is ideal for a cool morning in summer or in the shoulder seasons when a heavy weight flannel is a bit too much.
Great for guys with long arms
As a guy with long limbs, I generally have to choose between shirts that are (1) too short in the arms or (2) too long in the body. This is one of the only flannel shirts I've found with the right proportions for me - the arms are the perfect length and the body is not too long to wear untucked. The weight of the fabric is comparable to what m... Read Moreost other companies would call a regular weight flannel (great for cool fall days and mild winters). I hang dry most of my clothes, so I can't speak to whether it would shrink in the dryer. It's definitely not a slim fit, as some have mentioned in their reviews, but "fitted" is not really what I'm looking for in a flannel - this one is loose enough to layer with thick, warm shirts but not too loose for everyday wear with a t-shirt (for reference, I'm 5'10", around 145lbs, climber with a slim/athletic build)
Fit is small/tight/restrictive through the upper back, shoulders and arm holes and less comfortable compared to other Patagonia regular fit shirts. A back yoke might help. Also, the body of the shirt is noticeably shorter than the sleeves and I think standard length would look better. Another example of weird/inconsistent Patagonia sizing. An other... Read Morewise fine shirt, great styles and quality!
End of season sale, but then it hasn't gotten hot yet so wearing more this year than expected. Comfortable. Did NOT save manufacturing cost by, e.g., cheap buttons. I've had the most similar Patagonia shirt for about a decade and have worn around, for back-country wandering, even for blood-covered bougainvillea pruning, It's fine. I ... Read Moreexpect the same from this. (Bougainvillea: 'You're wearing leather gloves? gosh, that's adorable. You do know those are transparent to us, right?')
Closer fit would be ideal
I bought this 'cause I liked the pattern and fabric. It's about right in length, but a little bit billowy - it'd be better if it were a bit tighter horizontally. I'm 6'0" 185lbs and wearing a size medium, for reference. The guy saying he's 6'2" 160lbs and the shirt is too restrictive either has the weir... Read Moredest body shape ever or received a completely different shirt.
One I've tried unsuccessfully the past two seasons. Unfortunately, it's uncomfortable because it's too restrictive through the shoulders, arm pits and upper back. IMHO, flannels should be relaxed and comfy. The addition of a back yoke and larger arm holes would be very welcome improvements. For reference, I'm 6'2", 40 ... Read Morechest, 160lbs and I wear medium in Patagonia shirts, baselayers and jackets. I could only recommend this shirt to guys that like slim fitting shirts. I'm swapping it for a Pima Cotton or the traditional Fjord Flannel - both of which are very comfortable. I'll definitely be interested in this shirt if the cut is improved and better proportioned.
Looks great, but sleeves long and body short
I love the range stripe pattern, and the fabric is nice, though not as soft as my LL Bean flannel shirt. As others have noted, the sleeves are on the long side, about 1 inch longer than would be ideal for my arms. Still, I use the tighter cuff buttons, and the sleeves are ok. But the length of the body is about 1 inch too short. As a result, I end ... Read Moreup tucking in my shirt multiple times each day. So that's my main complaint.
A Tale of Two Shirts - One Rozman: Navy Blue (Great! 5 Stars) and One Tom's Place: Mojave (Returned! 0 Stars)
I first bought the Rozman: Navy Blue and liked everything about it. Very nice material which comes out of the dryer looking great. Even my Mother wouldn't iron it! So I bought another one, a Tom's Place: Mojave. I thought even before I washed it that the material was not as nice. It didn't feel as nice and and the drape wasn't a... Read Mores nice. But I did not do a side by side comparison and I don't have enough shirts for winter so I went ahead and washed it. But it came out of the washer looking much worse than the Rozman: Navy Blue. It seriously needed ironing to flatten out the placket, in particular, but would have needed ironing even without the problem with the placket. (And here's where I need to attach a photo but I don't see a way to do that.) So the placket (you can google it) has stitching down both sides about 1/4 inches from the edge of the placket. And about a 6-7 inch section between the outer stitching and the outer edge of the placket had folded over on itself, i.e. towards the buttons. I am old, so I have owned many shirts and I have seen this before. In my experience it will happen on the first wash or never. And if it happens on that first wash it will happen every wash thereafter. Maybe a replacement wouldn't have the same problem but certainly would be the same material which is not as nice as the material used for the Rozman: Navy Blue so I just returned it for a refund. Customer support swore that the material in both shirts was the same but that is certainly not the case. (The customer support person I talked to also did not know what a placket is!) Re sizing: According to the chart I would be a medium but the small fit me very nicely.
Most comfortable shirt
Once the weather starts cooling down even a little bit I start wearing these flannels. Extremely comfy and warm cotton. Nice colors too. I got a S and it fits the same way my older lightweight flannel fits, so I don’t think the design has changed much. These shirts later well under a puffy jacket or a rain shell, and look good enough to take to a r... Read Moreestaurant or bar in Manhattan.
Watch the sizing
I am 5'10" and weigh 195 and have always worn large in your heavier flannel,but for some reason a large is cut way to tight. I do a lot of weight lifting and this shirt is way too tight in the chest and shoulders. It definitely would be considered a slim fit and not a relax fit. No big deal,I just need to go trade it in for an extra large... Read More tomorrow.
Love this shirt!
Just got this in,and am in love with it! The best flannel I own. Great fit,great material and pattern. Would love for a standard Fjord flannel to be made in this cut. The standard Fjord is huge,and really just a sloppy cut. I'm 6'5",205lbs,athletic build and the size Large was perfect. Not tight,but not loose like my regular Fjord f... Read Morelannel.
Makes Me Look Good
I've owned a few Patagonia button downs over the years. This piece has become my go to. It rides around in the car with me for those days when I need to look good after spending the day on the ski hill. I've washed it a dozen times now and still looks,feels and fits great. I'm 5'11",weigh 205 lbs with an athletic build. The... Read More Large fits me great.
Great new flannel but sleeves too baggy
This is a great new addition to Patagonia's shirt line-up. The weight is nice for year-round use,and I really like the single chest pocket with flap. It's also well-made and of course organic cotton. My only complaint is that,like many of Patagonia's other shirts and jackets,the sleeves are unnecessarily baggy,especially around the b... Read Moreiceps. I'm a pretty average sized guy and don't have super-skinny arms,but there's just a lot of extra/sloppy fabric through the sleeves. Other than that it fits well and looks nice. I hope they'll introduce more/better colors and patterns next season.
Great all around flanel shirt
I really like this flannel shirt. I have always loved the regular fjord flannel shirt,but find it to thick and warm to wear frequently- especially in So Cal. This lighter weight version is perfect and comfortable and seems a bit more fitted. I am 6'2 195 and the large fits well. I bought the Navigate Navy color,which has some slight indigo/pur... Read Moreplish coloring to it. Hopefully they will come out with some more patterns and colors. This shirts a keeper.
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