Rated 5 out of 5áby sealsam1 Hurricane cloth shirt
This is hands down the best shirt for anyone who works and plays outdoors.
I am just now replacing the three I originally purchased 22 years ago. Let this be a good word to you who may be wondering if L.L. Bean quality holds up.
October 11, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5áby Rich153 Hurricane shirt
Not the same weight material as shirts from the past. I will keep this one since I got it on sale. Not a bad shirt but not as good as mu other two shirts.
October 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5áby LLShirt Please bring back the old design for this shirt
I just wanted to suggest that you re-visit your design for the Lined Hurricane Cloth Shirt and return it to the way it used to be. I have owned three of these shirts in the past, and was looking to replace them. Unfortunately, you changed the design, replacing snaps with buttons (strike one), made the outer shell more lightweight (strike two), and now the shirts have a putrid color set (strike three). Mariner Blue - you can look like a janitor too, Khaki - you'll look great next to your great grandfather on a safari in this one, Dusty Olive - saves you the trouble of washing the shirt if someone vomits on it, and Brick Dust .... I just don't know what to say.
Sadly, I've had to look elsewhere to get new shirts to replace my LL Bean hurricane cloth shirts. Please, please, go back to the old style on these.
October 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby BillOfMontana My favorite shirt at LLBean
I have a lot of these shirts. In the fall and spring this is often the only shirt(s) I wear. Mid 20's to low 40's degree temps this is a very comfortable and attractive shirt. Currently wearing this same shirt as I'm typing this and the shirt is 3 years old and shows few signs of being ready for retirement.
I'm tall and thin and this runs a bit big down at the waist, but a few minutes at the sewing machine and this shirt looks and feels right when tucked into the trousers.
October 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Doc9000 great shirt
I love these shirts - comfortable, warm, flexible
only improvement would be a retainer button to hold up the sleeve like a fishing shirt.
September 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5áby Blackllorq what happened?
I have had 2 of these shirts for years. The quality and durability were amazing. The outer shells were much heavier than these new ones. They had snaps rather than buttons. When I ordered these hurricane cloth shirts I thought I was getting the same shirt. I guess those shirts are gone forever replaced by these thin button up ones.
April 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby yankeecamper0511 Indestructable, but sized for heavier set people
You can't beat the quality of this shirt; the fabric is sturdy and the stitching is really well done. The cotton liner is soft it's a really warm shirt.
I would just caution buyers about the size, though. This is definitely sized for a heavier set person than I am, but I plan to sort of wear this shirt like a light jacket so it's perfect. But if you're going to wear it over an undershirt, I'd buy a size down from what you usually wear.
March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Bells1 Too Big
Love the shirt! Wish it fit. I wear an XL Tall in most Bean shirts and jackets, but some (particularly "traditional fit") are just too big. I am 6'4" tall and weigh 235#, and the XL Tall in this shirt is WAY too long in the tail and big in the body. Would try an XL "regular" but they are sold out of them. Will try next season when they have more in stock. If you are going to order this shirt, might consider ordering a size smaller than you normally wear.
February 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5áby Grammsto2 We love LL Bean, but...
My husband used to love these shirts. Unfortunately these are different than the shirts even 4 years ago. The original shirts he has do not have snaps but they are heavier than these shirts. It would be great to have the previous shirts back, even if they had to raise the price to improve the quality.
February 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Warm, lightweight, extremely versatile.
This is hands-down my favorite long-sleeved shirt, at the top of my traveling checklist. It's warm enough and densely-enough woven to retain heat and block wind without suffocating you when the car heats up, or you go indoors. If you find yourself getting in and out of cars a lot in cold weather, this shirt's ability to shift gears quickly is a godsend. It is loose enough to layer over a waffle-weave long-sleeved shirt and thin enough to layer under a trim leather jacket (and presents no obstacle to quickly fastening a seat belt). The dark blue version is dark enough to enable you to work in the passenger seat of a brightly-lit car with minimal screen glare. The pockets are large enough to hold a Blackberry-sized smartphone and one or more pens, holding the phone securely (button flap) but eliminating the phone dance that occurs when you try to retrieve a phone from a non-cargo pants pocket. As a minor point, it looks more sharp and structured than Bean's fleece-lined shirt, which is warmer than this one but fits me like a mu mu.
January 10, 2014