Men's Ranger Stretch Snapshirt
37.5 4-Way Stretch Nylon
Men's Ranger Stretch Snapshirt Details
- Next to Skin
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 4 way stretch
- Dries fast
- Temperature regulating
- Shooters cut sleeve
- Ajustable snap cuff
How It's Built
- Material: 37.5 4-Way Stretch Nylon
- Cut: Shooter Cut
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 9.5oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Once again, First Lite has made a nearly perfect product. I have been drawn to button/snap down shirts the last few years for work, and now for hunting/fishing. This shirt will make you a believer. I can't believe how well it fits, how flexible it is and how comfortable it is. It's incredibly thin, but well built. I practiced drawing my bow while wearing it and there is zero resistance. All my hunting is in hot weather, and this shirt will be with me for all of it. I've been wearing First light now for 5 years and will continue wearing First Lite for several more.
This is such a quality product. I did get it torn up a bit trying to fit through some thorns in the field, so it's not the best brush-buster in the closet. However, I love it's comfort and flexibility and will probably get another in a different color just to wear because I like it that much - just don't go busting brush with it as your outer layer without being really careful!
Ordered the shirt and couldn't be more pleased, in fact I ordered 5 in total. I have always run into being to hot with your traditional flannels or hooded Sweat Shirts. Super comfortable !! Only down side is they sell out to quickly
I got 2 of these shirts for farm work/chores. This shirt has a great fit, dries fast, and has a bit of stretch to it for increased mobility. Also noticed it doesn’t stain and I’ve gotten blood on my gray one several times. If it will stand up to what I’ve put it through at the farm it will stand up to anything!
I've always been a bit disappointed I never got the Chugach work shirt, so I am glad this product was redone, renamed and produced. For me, this product has a good feel, fit and functionality to it. Its a great early Fall and Spring shirt for the woods with minimal layering and it takes up very little space if it needs to be shed. It goes great with Jeans if you are looking for high fashion but you want to be outdoorsy. The snaps do have a good hold to them so I don't have any concerns over the product not staying buttoned up, but I do have some concerns about aggressively unbuttoning the shirt, whether intentional or accidental. I am a XXL and it is loose so you do get that option to add layers if the temps permit. Overall a good addition to any kit.
Bought the ranger shirt for a lightweight early season addition to my wick short sleeve and wick 3/4 zip. This is going to be my go to for opening day - one of the most comfortable pieces I have to date. I have a hard time finding shirts that fit perfect, but this nailed it on the head. I'm short and stocky, and love the fit so much, I am going to purchase a couple solid colors(ash and conifer) when they get back in stock to wear around town.
I bought this shirt to use to coonhunt in as midwest summers can be brutally hot and a lot of green brush. So far it's been everything I bought it for, keeps me cooler and keeps the briars and itch weed off me. I'm going to purchase a couple more to wear out and for work.
I’ve been wearing this shirt most of the summer kayak fishing and it is extremely comfortable and lightweight. The material seems to do a good job of wicking sweat and drying quickly. The dry earth, conifer, or grey versions could easily be worn out on the town.
Wore this shirt stomping around the woods and the farm in southeast Virginia on one of the hottest and humid days of the summer yet. Shirt felt outstanding in the heat and didn’t make it feel like it was holding extra heat in making the day hotter than it already was. Works great as a fishing shirt as well.
These shirts are super comfortable and dress up or down nicely across wide range of temps. I liked the gray so much that I bought the dry earth as well and plan to get the conifer eventually too. I wear them to work regularly even in the Arizona summertime it’s nice and breathable.