Fabric 100% Polyester, 20+ UPF Fabric

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Merrell's Grafton page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Snaps and super lightweight wicking fabric make our Grafton short sleeve shirt a daily comfort from the office to walking in the woods. Comes with a snap closure pocket in five cool plaids - just enough to cover your work-week wardrobe.

- Merrell

CLOSEOUTS . A western-influenced plaid pattern and pearlized snaps canand#39;t mask the performance features of Merrelland#39;s Grafton shirt. Opti-Wick fabric technology keeps you dry whether you choose to travel by car, foot or horseback. Available Colors: CAPE CANAVERAL PLAID, CLOVEHITCH PLAID, ARAPAHOE PLAID. Sizes: M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

From a ride on the plane to a day at the beach or dinner with the in-laws, the wicking, quick-drying Merrell Grafton Shirt offers casual, versatile style. Lightweight polyester fabric wicks moisture and dries fast to keep you comfortable while on the go. With a UPF 20 rating, fabric provides good protection against harmful ultraviolet rays. Features snaps on the front placket and at the chest pocket. The Merrell Grafton Shirt has a bias-cut shoulder panel for style. Closeout.


Free Shipping. Merrell Men's Grafton Shirt DECENT FEATURES of the Merrell Men's Grafton Shirt Bias-cut front placket and pocket flap add style interest Snap closure pocket stores essential carry-ons Grosgrain tape detail on side vents The SPECS of the Merrell Men's Grafton Shirt Center Back Length: 30in. 100% Polyester 30+ UPF fabric

- Moosejaw

Merrell Grafton


The Merrell Grafton is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 12, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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