Long Sleeve Cotton Sateen Fatigue Shirt
Are you looking for a long sleeve stylish shirt that will keep you cool through the day? Meet your match! The John Ownbey fatigue long sleeve shirt was designed with the same properties as the original GI Issued Vietnam era fatigue shirt providing durability and comfort. The John Ownbey fatigue shirt also offers wrinkle-resistant, moisture repelling properties and a full range of motion since it is made of flexible cotton sateen, a weave that creates a sleek, smooth feeling with a shiny appearance.
- 100% Cotton sateen
- Button-up front
- Moisture-wicking and wrinkle-resistant
- Made in USA
This stylish long sleeve shirt conveniently features a dress collar, a six-button placket front, and two front pockets. This versatile shirt can quickly adapt to the look you desire; it can be used as a casual, work, or dress shirt; since it will provide a crisp yet stylish look! Wear it with jeans or pants the choice is yours.
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Fairly made close copy of an actual cotton sateen fatigue shirt. I have an actual U.S. military issue cotton fatigue shirt from the late 1960's the material used for your shirt does not appear to be the same quality, and the pockets are sewn on too low, compared to the "real" shirt that I have. Other than that it is a heavy cotton shirt that closely copies an original. But compared to prices I've seen for "originals", it is a good price.
I’ve been looking for this shirt for a few years and no luck . I’ve only found used Vietnam shirts in smalls and mediums for 300.00. Great price and fast delivery! No BS.
This is truly a Ginuwine military field shirt!! Excellent quality and performance.
Some fancy retailers are charging 3 to 4 times more for a similar piece! Thanks to McGuire and John Ownby…this one it a fine choice for a heavy cotton sateen fatigue shirt. Only suggestion/flaw…is the minimal threading on the buttons; would like to have seen a few more passes to ensure those buttons will stay on with rugged use. (So far, so good though…)