Marmot Hannah Reversible Shirt - Women's
MarmotHannah Reversible Shirt - Women's

Hannah backwards spells hannaH.

The Marmot Women's Hannah Reversible Shirt technically can be worn backwards, but it might look better if you try wearing it inside out. Pull on the Hannah with some jeans and sandals for the final farmer's market of the season, and with its UPF 30 rating, you won't have to worry about absorbing too many rays while you're picking out pumpkins.

  • A reversible shirt for fall camping and farmer's markets
  • Soft, breathable, and stretchy cotton blend
  • Regular fit provides a laid-back feminine silhouette
  • Thumbholes to keep you extra cozy
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Soft, thick...just not warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

When I saw this, I thought a reversible base layer was the most genius idea for my upcoming skiing trip! More outfits, extended wear...what could be better?

It's my own fault for not reading all of the specs. When I put this shirt on, it immediately makes me feel...cold. It's true what they say about does not keep you warm at all. When I switch from this top to my razor-thin Smartwool base layer, I immediately start to feel warmer.

I'm keeping this top because it really is soft and comfy and the perfect thing to wear around the house. But I won't be taking it out on the slopes.

Comfy but 2 flaws

  • Size Bought: medium

Very comfy fabric, but armpits are very weirdly tight - not the chest size, just the actual armpits. I had to buy a medium, which is very loose on me everywhere else, just so that the armpits don't dig into my skin.

Also, this is definitely NOT reversible, owing to the huge/thick packet of tags sewn very deeply/securely into the side seam (on the solid-colored side of the shirt). This isn't just one or two tags, it's literally a huge thick packet (I just counted - NINE TAGS!), and there's no way to remove it fully without a very obvious thick white remnant sticking out. Why would this not occur to someone designing a "reversible" shirt?!?!

Oh Hannah!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

I loved the first Hannah shirt I got so much that I bought it in all available colors and now have four to wear! They are soft and cozy comfy and fit like a dream...XL has nice long arms and fits long on my torso which makes for warm as well as comfy. A bonus is the fact that it is reversible after easy removal of thetags. I have a new favorite shirt brand.

wearing the black version right now

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large

I've had this shirt in black and "gator" green for a while now. Yes, there are tags on the solid side. But, yes, you can just rip them out. The stitching is such (very strong) that the shirt is in no danger by ripping out the tags. It is a very comfy, relaxed shirt and I really don't think you should let the tags dissuade you from getting it if you want it. It needs a little shaking out after washing/drying, but you could always hang it to dry too (I don't, but you could... *shrug*). Anyway, I love these shirts. I think I'm getting the purple one today. It runs large, so size down if you want a snugger fit; I didn't, but I like it loose.

Tags, tags, tags!!

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: XS

Why have a reversible shirt if has tags are sewn in the shirt?!?! I am not talking about just a little bit, but sewn it very deep; on the neck and on the side of the shirt as well. I ended up ruining the shirt trying to gently take the tags out. I hope Backcountry will take my return.

You won't take it off.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I love this shirt! It is so soft, the double layer makes it a staple in my wardrobe during Michigan's cold winter months. I will say that the solid side of the shirt wrinkles easily so I end up wearing the stripe side most of the time. I hate thumb holes, I have long arms and they never fit right so I sew them up. Color is beautiful. 5'9-145, medium.

Most comfortable shirt EVER

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This shirt is the bomb! Thick, quality material that is so soft, sleeves are plenty long enough. The shirt fits perfectly, not too tight, not too loose, very cozy. Perfect for a day on the couch or wear it out on a cold day. I want one in every color!

Thick and cozy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I'm writing this as I sit in bed with the flu. While I can't speak to the USB protection as I haven't been outside in days, I can speak to the ultimate coziness of this shirt. It's thick, soft, and so warm. And since it's reversible, it's not so obvious that you've been wearing the same shirt for days.

Thick and cozy