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Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt

September in Montana for sharptails, Georgia for dove, or sporting clays in the summer aren't much fun if you're not equipped to handle the heat. The Open Prairie Shirt is a lightweight synthetic shirt that is vented down the sides and under the back yoke to keep the air moving and promote evaporational cooling. Tab-front button to secure a lanyard. Hidden button-down collar to eliminate collar flap in the wind. Roll-up sleeve tabs on long-sleeved shirt. Blaze option for upland hunters. In tan, tan/blaze. Nylon. Washable. Imported.Sizes: M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48), XXL(50-52).
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4 of 4(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt
Review 1 for Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Great shirt,
June 28, 2013
By: TomBor
from Midwest
"This is very nice quality hunting shirt that has a great lightweight feel to it."
Review 2 for Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Stands True to Orvis Quality,
December 4, 2012
By: TedK
from Des Moines, IA
"Stands true to tradition... Orvis quality is fantastic.
My new favorite.
"
Review 3 for Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Great hot weather bird hunting shirt!!,
October 20, 2011
By: Hjohnsonau
from Nashville, TN
"This is a great deal on a quality shirt. The buttons on the sleeves baffled me but after using them I can say they are a great addition."
Review 4 for Long-sleeved Open Prairie Shooting Shirt
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Warm Weather Shirt,
September 13, 2011
By: Jovo
from Suburban Chicago
"The shirt is stated as a warm weather hunting shirt, however I wore the shirt during an opening season pheasant hunt in southern IL in September 2011 and it was a very warm shirt. The sleeves did roll up and have a button to keep them from rolling down, the blaze orange was very visible to other hunters and for the most part it performed just as described."