Men's heavyweight cotton henley t-shirt. Since 1889, Carhartt has made durable workwear you can count on as you tackle the toughest jobs. This men's short-sleeve henley t-shirt is made of heavyweight cotton jersey and cut generously for a roomy fit. Most colors: 6.75-ounce, 100% cotton jersey knit; Heather Gray: 90% cotton / 10% polyester jersey knit; Carbon Heather, Dark Cobalt Heather, Port Heather, and Barrel Heather: 60% cotton / 40% polyester jersey knit Features: Henley collar with three-button front Rib-knit crewneck holds its shape throughout the day Side-seam construction minimizes twisting Left-chest pocket with sewn-on Carhartt patch Tagless neck label for a smooth feel
I've been a Henley wearer for years. This new striped Henley has got my wife off my back about me always wearing t-shirts. She actually likes it. I'm happy too because all the other great quality that goes into the other products is in this product too. Hopefully this is just the first of many color combinations for stripes.
Excellent piece of clothing from the best brand!!!
I'VE BEEN WEARING THEM FOR YEARS BUT THEY ARE DIFFICULT TO FIND IN MY SIZE 3X REG IN MY AREA. NOW THAT I'VE ORDERED FROM CARHARTT I WILL NOT BE WITHOUT. THE HENLEYS ARE SO COMFORTABLE,WEAR WELL AND LAST A LONG TIME WITHOUT FADING.i use them for everyday casual!!.
Not the same fit(shorter now) or thickness(thinner now). I have five of these for work and I can always tell when I’m wearing the one I got as gift. Still a better shirt than average but I was hoping for consistency in this model of shirts. Still love them. Customer for life.
These are very comfortable shirts, not restrictive at all in the chest and shoulders, unlike some big-name competitors. Sleeves go down almost to the elbow so they're not always hiking up your arms, which is a plus. A little bit oversized (Carhartt L is closer to other manufacturers XL). Perfect shirt for doing a good day's work!
The shirts are mislabeled in size. You can order a batch of 2XL and they will be 2XL. You can order another batch and they will be label 2XL but they are actually be XL. Have done this for several years now and it is upsetting. Happens 50%of the time.