Our take on the classic chamois shirt, the Ranger wins the vote for best-looking, best-fitting, best-feeling, and all-around best-dressed. Designed for days on the ranch and on the range alike. 2-sided brushed chamois for the ultimate tactile experience. Relaxed fit.
- Signature MK Back Yoke
- 2-Button Adjustable Cuffs
- Drop Tail Back Hem
- Embroidered Logo Treatment On Back Right Shoulder
- Garment Washed
- 6.2oz 100% Cotton 2-Sided Brushed Chamois
- catalog reference #: 409
|Neck||14 - 15½||15½ - 16||16½ - 17||17 - 17½||17½ - 18|
|Chest||34 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 45||46 - 48||49 - 51|
|Sleeve||31 - 33½||34 - 35||35 - 36||36 - 37||37 - 38|
*If you’re unsure of your waist size, order a size up
|Inseams||30, 32||30, 32||30, 32, 34, 36||30, 32, 34||30, 32, 34, 36||30, 32, 34||30, 32, 34, 36||30, 32, 34, 36||30, 32, 34||30, 32, 34||30, 32|
Loose fit through hip and thigh
Straight fit through hip and thigh
Contoured waistband, Slim fit through hip and thigh
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Lovin' it, pretty much livin' in it, but . . .
. . . I would not say the shirt "runs large" I'm 6'1 slim enough at 190 and I'd say my medium just fits---looks great, almost tailored to fit, but if I had anymore of a gut, it'd be tight around there. Also--and maybe it's just me but the sleeves, while mostly just comfy fine, for the most part, are just a little too short and not enough width. If I extend my arms then I've got a good two inches from wrist joint to the shirt and I don't have long arms. If I roll up the sleeves, I'm choking my forearms. A medium is the perfect excuse not to do anymore weight training, but also a great reason not to get any heavier. If anything, I'm hoping a little more wear will stretch the arms out a bit--otherwise, all things considered, lovin' this shirt.bob shattuck | January 12, 2018
Great shirt! Runs large.
Rugged, warm and nice looking shirt! My only issue is with size. I'm 6'2" 185lbs with a long torso, and wear L in all shirts, even past MK shirts. This one was too big and long. Great shirt though, just had to return for a M.Stormy Petrel | October 18, 2017