Reviewed By: Akbar
in India on
11 July, 2022
Off the bat, here are two photos of this shirt to help you out: (1) My arms are up and it shows you how big the Large version of this polo is. There is room to spare and plenty of sleeve length. (2) I am holding up one side of the shirt at belt level to show you how long the Large version of this polo is. The photo of the GREEN shirt is NOT THE SHIRT ON THIS PAGE. The green shirt is the slim-fit version.
It's a perfectly good shirt. The problem is that the sizing is unlike any polo I have. I'm 6' 175 lbs, I would say my body type is over on the thin side. I usually buy size Large shirts. When I put this size Large shirt on, it was much bigger than I expected.
I admit, I have been wearing Gap polos for a long time and a few years ago, they went through this process of progressively cutting their polos more and more narrow. At this point, I consider Gap’s polo a fitted polo, and it’s their only polo. In other words, I have only been wearing fitted polo shirts for a long time.