Style Number: T2251504
Deftly engineered to act like a jacket but feel like a shirt, the Mojac is made of richly colored flannel fully lined with a buttery-shirt knit, both made of 100% organic cotton. Jac-shirt styling includes snaps at the chest pockets, cuffs and front closure system plus contrast chambray lining and a relaxed, shirttail hem.
- Wash-and-wear easy care
- Button tab extension collar
- Fully lined in Butterknit jersey
- Snap front placket, chest pockets and cuffs
- 30" length
Fabric: Twisted Mojo
100% Organic Cotton
Twisted, almost ropey yarns give this woven fabric a devilishly sneaky texture that is soft, off-the-rack-ready and vintage yet modern at the same time.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. See garment tags for additional details.
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Ratings & Reviews
Glad I have it!
By: Austin Johnson
I like this shirt. It is sturdy and tough enough to endure outdoor work and hiking around through trees while also being classy enough to get a complement while I wear it casually around town. It serves it's purpose perfectly.
The snap buttons are a nice feature and the collar and pockets keep there shape really well. The cotton interior is soft and provides another layer of warmth while I'm out and about. It has a sharp fit that I really like because I hate when my shirts feel/look boxy. Lastly I like the "Live Well. Do Good." tag on the bottom.
This is my new favorite shirt. Or Overshirt I guess. I do wear it over a long sleeve shirt or t-shirt and it's super comfortable. I have long arms and the length is perfect. The inner lining is soft and the outer fabric is sturdy. I'm looking forward to taking it camping to see how it stands up to a long camping weekend, but I'm confident it will pass the test. I haven't washed it yet basically because it hasn't left my body. Overall the fit is good and the fabric is comfortable.
By: Toad & CoRight on Michael! Let us know if it passes the camping weekend. Enjoy!