Merrell Burlington II Opti-Wick Flannel Shirt

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Hiking in the mountains or taking on overgrown forest paths, you'll love the unbeatable performance of the Merrell Men's Burlington II Opti-Wick Flannel Shirt. Opti-Wick technology moves moisture away from your skin so it can evaporate quickly so you stay dry and comfortable when you're charging up a steep incline. When you're carrying a pack, the no shoulder seam design gives you a chafe free fit and the mesh-lined back panel keeps you in breathable, ventilated comfort. Ready for the adventure ahead, don't leave home without the Merrell Burlington II Opti-Wick Flannel Shirt for men.

- Altrec Outdoors

It's hard to top the comfort of this Merrell Burlington II flannel, button-down shirt. Quick-drying, moisture-wicking polyester is blended with durable nylon and smooth rayon for ultimate comfort. Mesh lining at back yoke increases airflow to keep your neck cool on warm days. Merrell Burlington II shirt has 2 chest pockets with button closures. Seamless shoulders won't chafe under pack straps. Closeout.


It's pretty hard to beat (or beat up) the durable comfort and ease of our Burlington plaid flannel button-down. Its moisture-wicking, quick-drying performance fabric and back mesh panel let you play hard without getting clammy. Dual flap chest pockets.

- Merrell

Merrell Burlington II Opti-Wick Flannel Shirt

previously retailed for:
$24.83 - $65.00

The Merrell Burlington II Opti-Wick Flannel Shirt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 3, 2013 at Merrell.

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