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Men's Bison Polo


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For some, wearing a polo is dressing up. We know your type. Our polo is simplicity redefined. Prepare to fall in love with a shirt… Made from our cotton piqué (that waffle-like weave you’ve seen before), it sports a thin-rib knit collar and our Free to Roam bison. 3-button front placket. Casual fit. Imported. Eco-friendly bio-washed.
Storm Blue Bison Polo has a white bison vs. the orange shown.

• 5.3oz 100% Cotton Pique
• 14 Gauge 1x1 Rib Knit Collar with Spandex
• 3 Button Front Packet
• Classic Polo Silhouette
• Eco-Friendly Bio Wash
• Casual Fit

Catalog Reference Number: 260

  • 5.3oz 100% Cotton Pique
  • 14 Gauge 1x1 Rib Knit Collar with Spandex
  • 3 Button Front Packet
  • Classic Polo Silhouette
  • Eco-Friendly Bio Wash
  • Casual Fit

  • 4 Reviews
  • 4 Bison Rating
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  • Posted by: Larry J.
    Location: Oceanside, CA
    July 25, 2015

    • Perfect Polo Possibilities
    • 5 out of 5 Bison
    • For me, the perfect polo starts out crisp and clean, ready to do business. The fabric is substantial, but not so thick that the placket stick out, or so thin that it exposes your once-rippling six pack. You know what I'm talking about: the placket is the thing that holds the buttons and terminates in a reinforced stitched rectangle that typically attracts all the wear into one place. A little wear and the polo is retired to casual duty, a lot of wear and it mows the lawn and cleans the garage. The perfect polo can do business duty for a goodly time, and then is semi-retired for a life of brew pubs and boy-toying for your more significant other. Ideally, your polo should open with casual elegance, give off a note of insouciance, and have a long finish of the loyalty of a labrador. My Bison Polo has the possibilities to be all of that. And that is a rare thing. More colors, please.

  • Posted by: Robin H.
    Location: Colorado Springs, CO
    October 22, 2014

    • Bison - The other polo
    • 4 out of 5 Bison
    • I like the thickness and texture of this shirt's fabric compared to what you would be used to with other cotton polos. This shirt has a crispness to it that helps maintain a straight, concise collar. I didn't realize that that was as much of a pet peeve of mine until trying to explain it. This is a good shirt for work and it has a long enough length to it that allows it to be tucked in or look just as fine not. (I never tuck my shirt in) I'll probably get another one of these in a different color. My one complaint however is I have a longer midsection and wish this shirt were just a bit taller.

  • Posted by: Graham O.
    Location: Oakhurst, CA
    May 02, 2014

    • Standup Polo
    • 4 out of 5 Bison
    • There are definitely great polos and not-so-great polos. This shirt would fall into the previous category - GREAT. It is well made and I expect it will be a staple for work and non-work use. I like the small bison detail and have people ask me about it. I have sent it through the wash several times and haven’t had it shrink, which I’ve experienced with other cotton polos. It hasn’t stretched yet either, which I’ve also experienced with lesser made shirts. I think it is true in its sizing (a good thing). I think this is a great shirt and may even purchase another color. I think this is a well-made shirt that would be a great addition to the clothes rack of most men. I currently wear it at least once a week. Thanks MK for doing things right!

  • Posted by: David W.
    Location: Roswell, GA
    June 27, 2013

    • One Polo Among Many
    • 3 out of 5 Bison
    • For me, it's hard to get too excited about a polo shirt. Everybody makes polo shirts; how do they make it unique? I wish I could say I like Mountain Khaki's polo better than I do but there are a few problems. One, the colors they've chosen are sort of generic, basic, if you will. But that's not a deal-killer. The fit is a little snug (I'm a true XL). It seems these shirts have shrunk a little in just a few washing, but they aren't skin-tight and are still wearable. I do like that they aren't too long in the body; some polos are flat-out too long. But the bigger thing is the fabric: I just don't like the feel of the cotton. Two final notes: I do like the buffalo on the chest; just the right size. The price is perfect. Bottom line: Don't hate it, but don't love it. Wanted to love it more. Maybe next year.

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