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Men's Ferrosi Windshirt

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More Than A Shirt, Not Quite A Jacket
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR dusk
SIZE: XL
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The minimalist member of the Ferrosi family, the Ferrosi Windshirt adds durable wind protection to fall and spring rock climbs, trail runs, and peak bagging missions. Its lone pocket doubles as a stuff sack for storage in your pack.
Fabric :
86% nylon
14% spandex 90D stretch woven ripstop
Center Back Length :
29 1/2” / 75 cm
Weight :
10.3oz / 291g Avg. Weight for size L

RATING AND REVIEWS

Overall great casual wear

5

I live in Hawaii where the weather tends to be unstable between tropical cold/wet to sunny and hot. In my past two to three weeks with this shirt, I'm pretty happy with it's performance. It's really lightweight, waterproof, and the fit is okay for my use. One major issue I have with the shirt is the design. I think the zippers that run from the sleeve cuff to the whole forearm is unnecessary and a little annoying. The zipper occasionally comes loose too. I would get rid of the forearm zipper entirely or move it to the armpit area. Next design flaw would be at the bottom/hem of the shirt. I'm not sure if it's just the stitching, the fabric, or the elastic cord but there isn't enough give for me to get into the shirt as it doesn't stretch so much for you to put it on easily. I would increase the diameter of that area of the shirt. The other issue I can imagine is the fit. The fit is okay but I would put it on the smaller or slim end of the spectrum. If you generally like a loose fit i would go a size up but overall it isn't horribly small. Aside from all the negativity, I really like this shirt and it makes a really good and lightweight fashionable casual wear for a nice broad range of weather.

Hawaii

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Surprisingly warm

5

I was surprised at how warm it was despite being so thin and light. Went out for a bike ride in cold weather (-4) with only this shirt and a t-shirt underneath and it was perfect.

Petawawa, ON

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I wear this shirt even when it isn't windy

5

I bought this windshirt for the express purpose of a 12-day trip through Gates of the Arctic and Kobuk Valley NPs this summer. I find myself wearing it all the time. It's a great piece for traveling because of its light weight and packability. It's stylish enough to go out for a night on the town as well as keeps you plenty warm as an outer layer down to about 40 degrees. This is a great piece of gear.

Anchorage, Alaska

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I would buy this again.

5

Great for layering and stylish

Manitoba

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Good product, but over thought?

3

I bought this to replace by 20 year old BD wind shoeller wind shirt. It is a nice garment, but I don't think it needs the wrist zippers and I am perplexed by the system of draw strings. Just a simple lite wind shirt made out of the material would have been fine.

portland, or

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Ferrosi wind shirt

4

Well made and recommend if you don't mind the zippers on the cuffs. They tend to unzip during movement and don't see the benefit of having them. I would stick with the ferrosi jacket.

Louisville

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Versatile Shirt

4

At first I didn't think that I'd like this shirt. I did not read the description completely and thought that this shirt was heavier than it is. My bad. Still, I find myself wearing it often, especially when it's not too warm and there's a chill in the air or it's breezy near the ocean. It will make a great travel shirt, especially when traveling in tropical forests or a particular buggy area. This will be a great shirt for keeping bugs off of me, even on warm evenings. It will also be comfortable for days when you want to keep the sun off me.

Santa Cruz, CA

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Quality wind shirt

5

This is an initial review based on a couple of times out with this shirt. I am 5'8" 175 lbs and normally wear a Medium, but since this is described as slim (I am not), I got a Large and it fits well. The sleeves are a tiny bit long but probably because it is a Large. The two times I have worn it, there was a mild wind and temperature was in the mid 30's starting out. I wore a long sleeve light wool pullover under it and was warm as I moved along. It sheds the wind well and since it is fitted, is not flapping in the breeze. The second time out, the wind died down on the way back and the temps pushed into the mid 40's. At this point the shirt is a little warm, but with a full zipper it vents well. I have not tried the sleeve vents yet, but they are kind of unique being zipped instead of buttoned, however I don't see this being an issue .

Central New York

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Best light outer layer I own for running.

5

This shirt is my new go-to layer for running in chilly (40s and 50s) conditions. Most of my sweat gets dumped overboard once I heat up but it still has great wind protection and keeps me feeling comfortable (not too hot but not too cold). Love this.

Humboldt County, CA

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Five weeks, one shirt.

5

Five weeks in the Alaskan backcountry with only one shirt - a Ferrosi wind shirt. Back home and wearing the same shirt out on a date because it still looks like new. The Arctic is either hot, cold, windy or buggy. This shirt handled all of it. The deep chest zip and forearm zips are great for dumping heat. It's wind proof. Almost the whole trip was in trail-less wilderness - no snags or pilling on the shirt I lived in.

near Seattle, WA

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Men's Ferrosi Windshirt

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Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart


Measurement shown in:
  XS S M L XL XXL
CHEST 34”86 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124
WAIST 26”66 29”74 32”81 35”89 38”97 41”104
HIPS 33”84 36”91 39”99 42”107 45”114 48”122
INSEAM 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
SLEEVE-LENGTH 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement for graded styles.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.