DAKINE Underwood Flannel Shirt - Men's

DAKINE Underwood Flannel Shirt - Men's
DAKINE Underwood Flannel Shirt - Men's
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Underwood Flannel Shirt - Men's by DAKINE
The closest you'll ever get to splitting logs might be chewing a wooden toothpick to smithereens, but the Dakine Men's Underwood Flannel Shirt provides a lumberjack-inspired look that will have people thinking you chop down trees on a regular basis. The Underwood sports a soft polyester fabric and classic button-up design, and the two chest pockets keep necessities (like those toothpicks) close at hand. A Polygiene treatment provides some element of odor control, which will come in handy should you start sweating bullets from working so hard--to not swallow the toothpick particles, that is.

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