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Lightweight Alaskan Guide Shirt - Blue - Faded Black - White Plaid

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$135.99

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  • Built with 5-oz. 100% cotton twill
  • Button-front and button-adjustable cuffs
  • Pleated rear shoulders for ease of motion
  • Gusseted button-flap chest pockets
  • Relaxed fit
  • Machine-washable

The Lightweight Alaskan Guide Shirt, an all-season workhorse, is built for year-round comfort, durability and practical functionality in the field, on the job or just kicking around the ranch. It’s a lighter-weight variation of our iconic Alaskan Guide Shirt that’s been a go-to, trusted favorite of ranchers, guides and bush pilots since 1996. 

The result, built with midweight 5-oz. cotton twill, has exceeded all expectations for versatility, comfort and universal utility. The brushed cotton is soft, yet durable. The relaxed fit and rear-shoulder box pleat allows non-binding ease of motion, while allowing plenty of airflow when the day and activity levels heat up. It’s prewashed for shrinkage control and a broken-in feel from the first day. Expandable, gusseted chest pockets with button-close flaps keep small valuables handy and secure. The custom Filson-logo buttons on the front closure and adjustable cuffs are built with tough, chip resistant polyester for years of durability. 

The Lightweight Alaskan Guide Shirt–a new standard for year-round versatility and comfort in an outdoor shirt.

Model Stats

  • Height: 6'2
  • Weight: 215 lbs
  • Tops/Jackets: Large
  • Bottoms: Large or 34/36
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Based in Seattle, Filson’s legacy is one of manufacturing best-in-class goods engineered for dependability and maximum utility. Our durable, tightly-woven Mackinaw Wool is the finest example of nature’s oldest and most-trusted cold-weather clothing. Filson Tin Cloth earned its reputation for armor-like protection in the wet and thorny forests of the Pacific Northwest.