Men’s Fully Lined V-Neck Golf and Wind Shirt – Many Colors Available

Amazon Price: N/A $45.00 (as of February 24, 2018 3:40 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Why should I buy this tee shirt?

Comfortable Protection in the Great Outdoors.

Whether you're striking the golf course, going with a boat ride, a walk, or any other exterior task that strikes your fancy, this wonderfully soft, water immune, v-neck windshirt supplies comfy warmth as well as secure protection versus the aspects. It's also functional adequate to be put on as a day-to-day shirt.

An Excellent Buy.

This wind t-shirt's awesome layout, in addition to its fine quality fabric as well as design belie it's inexpensive cost. With its outstanding worth and numerous shade options, why not get a couple?

Customer Reviews

Highly Recommended – I Bought Two!

17 people found this helpful.
 on March 3, 2016
By Dennis
I’m 6′-0″ and weight 200 lbs. I normally wear an XL, but based on reviews, I purchased this item in 2XL. It would have been O.K. except that I purchased it for golf, and during a full swing, it was a little short in the body and the sleeves, so I returned it for an XL-Tall. That was perfect. I subsequently ordered a second one in another color because I am so pleased with the quality and performance of this windbreaker. It has a nice soft feel, and it is not noisy like some, and it is warm. I still need a lightweight unlined windbreaker for those days when the early morning air is just a little cool, but then quickly warms up. This item is more for the days that are cool all day long, or when layered clothing is needed.

Great Pullover

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 10, 2017
By M. Leone
I have been trying for years to replace a Ping pullover I won at a golf outing 10-15 years ago. This is one of the closest I have found. Pretty good water resistance, good for temperatures in the 50’s, soft inside sleeve lining, mesh main lining is a bit odd. My old pullover has the full inside soft lining, still making it my favorite. I am 6-0′ with, we will call it a “thick” 250 build. I like clothes that allow me to move, a bit big, particularly when it comes to golf. The 3XLT fits quite well. I can see how some folks recommend going a size bigger. My old one is a XXL and fits about the same as this one. I’ll go with a highly recommend.


One person found this helpful.
 on November 10, 2017
By Dan L
I’m 5’11, 212 lbs, broad shoulders, 36″ arm lenght. I play a lot of golf and wanted a comfortable fit to swing a club, but not too bulky in the arms or waist, yet roomy enough at the shoulders. I ordered the XL and it fit perfect with a golf shirt on, roomy but not bulky. Sometimes on colder days I will wear a golf shirt with a sweatshirt and still be able to wear this windbreaker with room to swing.

Excellent workmanship and quality

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 11, 2016
By Red Sox fan
Excellent workmanship and quality. It was a gift for a golfer and he loved it! It is quite roomy so if you want it to fit snugly order a size down. However, it was a perfect size for my owner. He normally wears a Large and that is what I ordered. Plenty big but not overly large especially if you want plenty of room for a great golf swing.

I’m a big guy and I love to golf

3 people found this helpful.
 on November 15, 2016
By WEWatson
I’m a big guy and I love to golf. I have freakishly-long arms and this wind shirt fits me perfectly. Looks good, feels like a high-quality article of clothing. I am very happy with this purchase (which I rarely say about any clothing purchase!).

Runs large at the "belly"

 on January 18, 2018
By Amazon Customer
Excellent Wind Shirt: well made but runs larger in the “belly” than I’m used to….

Fits bigger than expected

 on January 7, 2018
By SweetHomeCalifornia
Bought this for my uncle for golf. He is 5’8 maybe 150 pounds. The jacket is big, as I bought a large from all the comments I read, but I should have got the Medium. The length was fine, but the sleeve lengths are long… baggy at the wrists. The color and stitching and materials are awesome!! My uncle likes it, and he is very picky, so I’ll exchange it for a medium

Perfect !

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 30, 2017
By D.Hart, RCIS
A bit bigger than expected, but with the lining it works great. Beautiful, bright color, washes great, good price. Hubby loves it, wears it golfing mostly.

Not Perfect, but good!

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 29, 2016
By Leon
I didn’t think the revues saying the pockets are too far back, until I ordered this and wore it for while…That is the only reason I dropped my rating to 3 starts from 5stars .

Fits great and is comfortable

2 people found this helpful.
 on May 10, 2017
By Kindle Customer
The wind shirt is just what I was looking for. The zippered pockets are nice and the fit of the jacket is about what I expected. It is loose enough in the chest and arms to allow easy movement but nicely “snug” around the waist.

8 Secrets Of A Great Summer Sport Coat Or Blazer - Gentleman's Gazette

Many many believe that as long as they felt lightweight suit jackets, they're ready for summer but that's not true. Basically, we have 8 core principles that are important for a summer sport coat.

1. Start with the right weight.
-- lighter fabrics insulate less and feel cooler. However, if your fabric is too light, you will have lots of wrinkles, it will look bad and you have to find the right balance. Overall, about 8 to 9 ounces or 240 - 270 grams is a good start a weight because it will give you a drape.

2. Remember weight is not everything, The weave is even more important.
-- The weave of a jacket is extremely important because if it's tightly woven, it will breathe less and in order to feel cool you want to have as much air flow as possible.
-- A great open weave fabric is a so called fresco fabric because when you stand you can really feel every wind and it makes you feel cool.
-- In order to determine if your fabric is open weave or closed, one good way to do it is actually hold it against the light source, like a light bulb and look through it and an open weave fabric is so open you could almost read a book through it or some text in a magazine versus a tightly woven fabric is so that you cannot really read anything through it.

3. Opt for texture.
-- Unlike suits, sport coats are meant to be worn in a more casual environment.
-- You want the garment to be relaxed, distinctly different from the suit jacket. Basically, you will be well dressed without being overdressed and texture is a really great way to help you achieve that.
-- In order to get texture, you want coarse weaves and yarns that are slightly irregular you get some knobs. F

4. Go with unlined jackets (fully unlined or half lined)
-- The open weave of your fabric is not enough because you have a second layer of fabric inside your jacket which is the lining. Linings are typically made from viscose, bemberg cupro or sometime silk which are all natural fibers or based on cellulose which is a natural fiber and they're very lightweight however, the weave is so tight that it restricts airflow.

5. Select the sewn interlining also known as canvas.
-- Basically, when you have a piece of fabric, it's two dimensional flat, in order to keep it in a certain shape, three dimensional around your chest, you have to fixate the interlining to the outer fabric and connect them.

6. Go with a bold pattern.
-- When you have an open weave fabric, what happens is you can see through one way but also the other way and you don't want people to see what you're wearing on the inside or if you have a pen in your pocket. So ideally, a bold pattern a- makes sure you look very differnt from business men but also it helps to make your garment not see through.

7. Embrace strong colors
-- What's also important is you never want solids, you also want slightly mottled colors. Basically, you can be as creative as you want, maybe red or orange or something turquoise. All these colors can work and it depends on how comfortable you are and how strong they are.

8. Choose a single breasted jacket and pay attention to details
-- make sure that you either have patch pockets on your chest, on your side and you can also have details like a center pleat in the back or like shooting pleats, you can have angled pockets, maybe contrasting color or a little colored tab.
-- As far as accessories go, in summer sport coats, I prefer to wear bow ties when it's hot because it doesn't drape all the way along my body which can oftentimes insulate and make you feel warmer than you have to be. If you want to wear a tie, I suggest you go with knit ties because they have a very open weave and they let the air go through.
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