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River Wrangler Shirt - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $33.23 - $37.98 Original price: $94.95
Up to 65% off
Color:Circle Tie Dye


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Why We Like The River Wrangler Shirt

Casting a line or crushing a brew, we stay cool by the water in the River Wrangler Shirt. Moisture-wicking synthetic threads keep us cool and dry, even if we're compelled to take a swim.


  • Summery patterned shirt for catching rays and wrangling fish
  • Sporty polyester threads wick moisture for hot-day comfort
  • Classic button-up styling ideal for casual and dressy occasions
  • Item #KAVZ4E4
93% polyester, 7% spandex
Center Back Length
[x-small] 29.5in, [small] 30in, [medium] 30.5in, [large] 31in, [x-large] 31.5in, [xx-large] 32in
1 button chest
Claimed Weight

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

August 22, 2022

This shirt is the answer.

I've put it through the wringer

This shirt answers the question of what to wear to that concert, chill office, on the water, and so on. Compliments abound. Very comfortable and light. I have worn the 2 patterns of this that I own in all of the above situations and it has performed admirably. Great colors, well-stitched, good lines. I am slim with long arms & legs but a shorter torso, so this is a bit longer in the midriff than I normally buy, but I with shorts it looks correct. I wear a Medium in many companies but KAVU is usually better in a Small for me and this holds true here.

John G

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com