Sherpa Fleece-Lined Shirts

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  • Pop it over a t-shirt as a cosy, lightweight jacket on wintry days
  • Soft fleece lining to deflect the 'not quite summer' chill
  • Cuffed sleeves, a chest pocket and button fastening
Product Information
This rugged, fleece-lined shirt will fast become your favourite ‘between-seasons’ layer. Pop it over a t-shirt as a cosy, lightweight jacket on wintry days, or wear the blissfully soft fleece next to your skin to deflect that ‘not quite summer’ nip in the air. Choose red or blue check, both with cuffed sleeves, a chest pocket, and button fastening. Outer, 64.3% polyester, 33.6% cotton, 2.1% viscose. Lining, 220gsm Sherpa fleece. Machine washable at 30°. S (43.5” chest), M (45” chest), L (46.5” chest), XL (48” chest).

Accessorize to Complete the Look.

With your stylish fleece-lined shirt on, accessorize to complete the look. A brimmed hat and gloves will help keep you extra warm while a belt and scarf can add a cool distinct look. Choose scarves in colours that complement the hue of your shirt for an effortlessly chic outfit. You’ll love how wearing these accessories give your outfit dimension, making you stand out from the crowd!
Reviews (8)
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"Husband Loves It"
THe shirt is so warm. It was supposed to be a Christmas present but he started to wear it now as he is almost 80 yrs old and with the cold weather I decided it was better being used now. He loves it and wanted the Blue check one after wearing the red one but they didn't have any left in his size.
By Malec46,  25 Nov 2022
"Lovely And Warm"
Lovely and warm
By Anonymous,  05 Oct 2022
"Excelent For Keeping Warm"
Almost perfect for those colder days except in one respect. I have always bought and continue to buy "L" size mens clothes but these "L" size shirts have been cut on the rather mean side and although they just fit there is neglible wriggle room. Should I repurchase in the future I will have to purchase one size up in order to 'feel' comfortable all day long
By Stephen Donald Mark Craig,  01 Feb 2022