Rated 5 out of 5 by Md1Outdoorsman Awesome Flannel
Awesome shirt, it is a little heavier then a average flannel but lighter then a light jacket. Not to bulky, I can wear this shirt and a light jacket if need be over top with out being to bulky. Super comfortable and warm.
April 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by gopats509 Best Flannel
I purchased this Overland Flannel Shirt in 2013 for a Christmas gift for my Fiance. I saw the shirt in the store earlier, and I was impressed by the quality of the fabric. I purchased it online after some thought as he is notoriously picky about his clothing. He has been wearing this shirt at least once a week since for running out for coffee, going out to lunch/dinner, meeting friends at the pub, etc. I have just purchased a new one hoping he will love it as much not because the 2013 version is showing any signs of wear (it is not), but so that he can have some variety!
April 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by dolehendrix Best flannel in my wardrobe
This is by far the best flannel shirt I own. I love my wicked goods, king-fields, scotch plaids, but this one is a shirt in a category unto itself. Not only is it super warm for the weight of the material, it has a unique feel that's very pleasing great style. I really like the diagonal pattern on the pockets and shoulders. The snaps are also a nice touch. I think they're stylish, especially with the cool color patterns offered. My go-to shirt for an evening at the pub, or apres-ski... way too nice to work in! The snaps are a nice touch too, and are well-made, they have a very positive "snap" to them.
I'm a "rugged" broad-chested man, and with the fit of these shirts being slightly fitted I was concerned about how well they would fit. They are a bit snug on the upper arm in certain positions (think sitting at a bar with elbows foward) but honestly I think they have loosed up with a few washes, opposite of what I'd normally expect. Now they're actually more comfortable than when new.
December 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by countrytransplant better than average
Nicer and more dressy than regular flannel shirts. No ironing from dryer. Its supposed to be slim cut so I ordered XL to compensate but it seems a little too large. Large probably would have worked.
November 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by airbourne91 Comfort
Very comfortable flannel shirt. Just the right weight and fashionable.
November 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by VatoLoco Room to move
Although much of L.L. Bean's catalog is too bulky for my thin/athletic frame, I've been a longtime customer because of the quality of their products. Lately I've been searching for a durable shirt to wear over my duty belt for work. Everything I tried conformed with my department's concealment policy but fit like a tent and looked terrible.
So I didn't have high hopes for Bean's Overland Flannel Shirt until I tried it on. Not only did its slightly-fitted cut work well with my duty belt and ballistic vest but also allowed room for movement. The Overland Flannel Shirt also functions off duty: I've worn it over a lightweight shirt on cool days with good results. It looks great -- the asymmetrical snap pockets are a nice touch -- and the quality thus far is top notch.
November 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by NDfan2 Great shirt
This shirt is comfortable, soft and warm without being bulky. I'm 6'3" and the Large Tall fit perfect. Washes up nice and doesn't need an ironing out of the dryer. Has snaps rather than buttons which I like, but may not be preferred by all. Hope L.L. Bean makes this shirt in more colors in the future, they hit a home run with this one!
November 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shopper5959 Great Shirt
I bought two of these shirts for my husband who is a farmer. That are great. They keep him warm and are comfortable.
November 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GIFFIE Sizing is Accurate
This is a perfect sized shirt which can be used as a light Fall jacket. Very soft material and I love the snap closures going down the front and sleeves.I would highly recommend this item.
October 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by jpmac55 Nice shirt tucked in or left out
I own the shadow color which is pretty close what it looks like in the photo. I own a lot of LL Bean clothes and the Overland shirt in medium is true to size.
Although described as a flannel shirt, it mostly made of polyester with some wool. So the shirt won't shrink or need ironing. The Overland also has snaps instead of buttons and same fabric patches on the elbows.
October 18, 2014