60% Cotton/40% Polyester
I occasionally receive free products to test in exchange for reviews. With hot, humid summer days in the Midwest, choosing lighter, more breathable clothing is a must. Banner and Oak’s Coyote tee was perfect for strolling around the campground on a sunny afternoon. The graphic on the tee is what really caught my eye. Simple and nature-inspired, this shirt will be a go-to on my future camping adventures.
- Soft and comfortable.
- Not the best option for longer hikes; Material is not moisture-wicking.
Soft, comfy, and cool. This 60/40 cotton/polyester blend is perfect to toss on for a night around the campfire.
If you prefer a more fitted tee, choosing your normal shirt size is the best option. If you prefer something a bit more loose fitting, the next size up should do the trick. I chose small, my normal tee shirt size. While I did like the more fitted look, for even more comfort I would choose medium next time around.
Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer
Price Paid: Promo Code
True to size and washes great, the Banner and Oak women's Coyote t-shirt is a great buy! Super soft and lightweight.
- True to size fit
- Nice women's cut
- No fading or disintegration of print
- Longer fit in the torso
- The tag could have been silkscreened on the inside so you don't have to deal with the tag
From time to time I get to review gear in exchange for the product. I was able to review this shirt as a result.
I love this shirt for its flattering and comfortable fit. The fabric is a combination of cotton and poly which gives it nice stretch, breathability, and dries quickly. The torso of the shirt is a touch longer than other shirts I've gotten over the years which I like as I have a longer torso. The ladies fit is flattering and not tight or loose.
After several washes there has been no shrinkage, fading, or deterioration of the print. I have another Banner and Oak women's t-shirt and after two years it is in excellent shape and still looks close to brand new.
The only true drawback to the shirt is the interior size tag. It seems to me that they could move their logo silkscreen from the back of the neck to another area so that they could silkscreen the tag inside like many companies are now doing. I hate cutting tags out, but I hate the tags even more.
This is the second t-shirt I've ordered and tested from Banner and Oak in the past two years as part of the Dyrt.com Ranger review program. I wear both shirts frequently.
Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (Kept it)