PGA TOUR Men’s Short Sleeve Airflux Solid Polo Shirt, Asphalt, X-Large

February 4, 2016 - Comment

The pga tour airflux solid polo is a solid golf polo in more ways than one. Aside from coming in a selection of solid colors, it performs on the course too, offering our innovative airflux ventilation feature for a cool fabric that provides ultimate comfort. This polo is made of 100 percentage polyester and has

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The pga tour airflux solid polo is a solid golf polo in more ways than one. Aside from coming in a selection of solid colors, it performs on the course too, offering our innovative airflux ventilation feature for a cool fabric that provides ultimate comfort. This polo is made of 100 percentage polyester and has open sleeves and a self-collar with three-button placket.

Product Features

  • Short-sleeve polo shirt featuring three-button placket
  • Moisture wicking and ventilation

Comments

Sean says:

I Loved these shirts and have some that have held up … I Loved these shirts and have some that have held up very well. Unfortunately, the newer ones seem to be made different and are getting “thread picks” in them quite easily for no particular reason and are ruined. I will probably try a different brand that can be worn more than three times before going in the trash.

Eric V. says:

Larger person consideration I believe these shirts may run slightly smaller than expected or they are more of a form fit style. They look great. They are just a little more snug all the way around. I am broad in the shoulders and wear XL. I have many other XL shirts that are a little more forgiving. I am about 230 @ 6′. I do believe it is a good product, just not what I was expecting. If you are a fairly solid/larger built person or have broad shoulders, you may want to try the size you expect to fit and maybe the…

ChromeToaster says:

It’s a terribly flimsy material It’s a terribly flimsy material. One minute I’m wearing a new polo, the next threads are coming loose. The only thing I did that pressed up against the shirt was carry a box (no staples or anything on it) in when I came back from lunch.

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