Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt

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Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt
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Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt - Men's:  The Patagonia Fjord Flannel is a thick, beefy and ultra-comfy garment; made for days that are colder than a polar bear's toe-nails. Made of soft, long-staple 6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel, it provides durable, indispensable warmth whether on its own or as an overshirt.  With two single-button patch pockets and 2-button adjustable cuffs. .

Details.
Heavyweight organic cotton flannel.
Traditional long-sleeved button front shirt.
Two single button pockets flaps.
Straight hem.
6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel.

Fit:

  • This garment has a Relaxed Fit

Fabric:

  • 6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel
  • Heavyweight organic cotton flannel has a soft hand for great comfort
  • Straight hem looks good untucked

Sizing:

  • Deep cuffs secure with two buttons along the length of the cuff, and another button on circumference for adjustment
  • 1" added to length

Sleeves:

  • Traditional long-sleeved button front shirt

Pockets:

  • Two chest patch pockets with mitered flaps and single button closures
  • 2 chest pockets with button flaps hold everyday items

Manufactured:

  • Made in China.

Features:

  • The Fjord flannel shirt is 100% recyclable through Patagonia's Common Threads Recycling Program—simply return your worn out item to Patagonia
  • Includes 2 single pleats on back
Rock/Creek Outfitters

The Men's Fjord Flannel Shirt by Patagonia is built of heavyweight flannel, wears soft but tough, and makes a great overshirt when conditions get colder.
When your name suggests highland lochs and moody winter light, you should be plaid. The Fjord Flannel Shirt is available in many handsome ones, and made of beefy yet soft, long-staple 6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel. It provides indispensable warmth as a heavyweight shirt or as a layered overshirt. With a couple of patch chest pockets with mitered corners, 2-button adjustable cuffs, a straight hem and now with an improved fit.


USOutdoor.com
The ruggedly handsome Fjord Flannel Shirt by Patagoina is richly made from a brawny 6.5 oz. weight organic cotton flannel. The Fjord Flannel Shirt by Patagonia comes with traditional long sleeves, two button chest pockets, straight hem, adjustable button cuffs and a button front placket. This flannel shirt is perfect layered over a T-shirt or on its own. Flannel shirt aficionados like Eddie Vedder would love to own such a shirt. This makes the perfect addition to any man’s wardrobe.

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Hans and Franz both agree that you should pack the Patagonia Men’s Fjord Flannel Long-Sleeve Shirt into your carryon. Its fricking cold were you’re heading and if you want to keep those nips toasty, this heavyweight flannel shirt ensures you stay comfy. Not to mention, it also doubles as a light jacket on bluebird spring days in the mountains.

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The Patagonia Long Sleeve Fjord Flannel Shirt for Men is a heavyweight organic cotton go-to for after-surf campfires and hanging out in headlamps. Made of beefy but soft, long-staple 6.5-oz 100% organic cotton, it provides indispensable warmth as a heavy shirt or light jacket. With a couple of patch chest pockets with mitered flaps, 2-button adjustable cuffs, and a straight hem.


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As the nights become chilly, slide your arms into the plush Fjord Flannel shirt from Patagonia. The Fjord takes on your rugged needs and adds a nice touch of style to your wardrobe.
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The Patagonia Fjord flannel shirt is warm enough to double as a light jacket on cool fall afternoons.

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Activity:Casual
Fabric:6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel
Fabrics/Materials:6.5-oz 100% organic cotton flannel
Material:Organic cotton
Moisture wicking:No
Quick drying:No
Shirt style:Button-front
Sleeve length:Long sleeve
Sun-protective fabric:No
Technologies:[eFibers]
Weight:454 g (16 oz)
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Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect fit this year...

I have bought two Fjord Flannels since 2009. It is probably my favorite Patagonia product. I have always worn a size small. I just wanted to say that every year since 2009 the fit on these shirts has been updated. The 2009 Fjord Flannel had 6 buttons and all later ones have 7. The 2010 model was very large but I liked it once I had the bottom hemmed. The 2011 shirt was a little too tight in the chest for my broad shoulders, but the sleeves fit a little better and the length wasn't as long. I think this 2012 model is fantastic. Much improved from last year. Once I washed and dryed it in the machine (which I prefer to do) the sleeves and overall shirt shrunk maybe 3-5% and still continues to fit great. The sleeves, length, and shoulder room fit wonderfully. I wouldn't change a thing. After several outings my shirts tend to stretch a bit then after washing they come out clean, soft, and just like before. Please, Patagonia keep this year's sizing specifications in mind next year, when I'll be looking for two more wonderful colors. Thanks!
Chazwahzer at Patagonia on 12/13/2012

Emblematic of a lifestyle

I've wanted one of these since they first were offered as I've always tended to run cool/ sense the cold a leetle more easily. But I never could manage to source one in a size M, in a color I found a little more muted/ subtle <dawn wall nickel>... that fit my longer 35"+ arms... and in the process didn't wind up being blousy on me. (I'm nearly 6' and 155 lbs.) Discovered this on sale and hoped and prayed I'd gotten lucky. Zero regrets. Love the quality and weight of this org cotton. The cut is just right on me. It will see plenty of use over time in my day to day. When heading out my tendency would be to wear a wool sweater over it and then a wind breaker/ shell to complete things. For me a great rig for all but the most bitter conditions when walking/ taking longer hikes. Allowing that you get closer to the fit you desire... hard to feature anyone not loving this shirt and getting many happy miles out of it.
Chobs at Patagonia on 02/07/2014

Best Flannel Ever

This is the perfect flannel. Hands down. I now own 3 of them. The shirt is a great cut, top notch quality, and when you put it on, you feel like a man. Mostly I just make skateboards in a shop, but if I wanted to, I could hack down some logs, turn them into panels, glue and press, cut, and then ride down a mountain in this shirt. I generally try not to skate in these shirts because I like them so much, but I have done it, and I've even taken a couple spills. A little scuff here and there, sure, but the fabric is tough and handles its own when other material would rip apart. I am 6'1, 170 lbs and wear a size Large. Best fitting shirt I own, and I can wear it for anything as long as it's under 65 degrees. Wear it all week long and wash it at the end of the week. It looks just as good sitting in on a casual business meeting as it does trekking in the hills.
PantheonJV at Patagonia on 10/11/2013

November-March daily wear

I wear the Fjord flannels constantly from late fall through all of winter. Over a warm baselayer and under a light jacket/sweater, I remain toasty walking around at just freezing temps. These shirts are a bargain if you can find them on sale! Sizing recommendations are pretty erratic in these reviews. I'm 6', 160lbs, and the small fits me perfectly. If you are also slender and do not want to tuck this shirt in, I highly recommend sizing down. Here's what I mean by a perfect fit: the small Fjord is not skin-tight on me, but it is closer to trim than baggy, as much as an oversize flannel can be trim. When standing with my arms down at my sides, the sleeve covers the first inch of my palm, and the final button is maybe 1.5" below my navel. A small is indeed too short for me to tuck, but I never wear this as a dress shirt. If I had a bigger chest and wider lats, at my height I'd consider a medium.
tacobean at Patagonia on 12/04/2012

What a soft, warm flannel -- perfect for crisp fall days. I'll buy another if ever on sale.
Although it's a substantial shirt, it might be a bit of an exaggeration to call it "heavyweight." My small weighs less than 14.5oz, and, for example, the Alaskan Guide flannel by Filson is much beefier. Nevertheless it's 60F in my house right now and I'm cozy sitting with the Fjord over a t-shirt. With that outfit I'm also comfortable walking around town at 50F.
The Zappos picture of the Deitrich: Classic Navy is more color-realistic than the pictures on the Backcountry or Patagonia websites.
I'm 6'0" and 155lbs and a small is a perfect fit for wearing un-tucked. The fit is still not trim, so if you're uncertain I recommend sizing down.
There are only two Patagonia labels on this shirt and the buttons are plain. The collar tag is easy to remove after clipping its stitching, and the side tag can be cut close.

Taco Bean at Backcountry.com on 10/17/2012

Be patient

Be patient with the fit on this shirt...when I first wore it I was disappointed. I'm six foot two and skinny and the medium was as other reviews have mentioned...too baggy and too long in the torso. The sleeves however, were just right on my long arms. But as I've worn it and washed and dried it, this shirt has shrunk to fit me perfectly. The torso went from being way too long(like it was supposed to be tucked in) to the perfect flannel length(just below the belt). And the wide cut through the torso(like for a middle-aged guy) has shrunk quite a bit. The sleeves however, don't seem to have shrunk very much. Thanks Patagonia for knowing to cut this big enough to allow the organic cotton to shrink! Now I just need to stop drying it so it won't shrink too much:) Highly recommended!
maintenanceguy at Patagonia on 09/01/2013

For a while maybe 18 months ago you couldn't find this shirt anywhere. Hands down my favorite flannel on the market, worth the price tag. Summer nights at the campfire, or apres ski beers- year round you will live in it and love it. That's why you need more than one. I'm 6'5", 36-37" sleeve, 41 chest, and i wear a Large. The sleeves are long enough, or maybe I'm used to all sleeves being short. It works. The cut on the shirt is relaxed but not bulky. I bought a Woolrich flannel when I couldn't find this Fjord flannel anywhere, it had so much extra body I didn't even return it, just gave it to the Salvation Army. So many styles to choose from, you don't need to look like you were chopping wood all afternoon unless you want to.

Scott Nielsen at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2012

Great, but the sizing changed

Ok, I currently own two of these (another was stolen by a lady friend - one of the two I still have was almost taken by a different lady). They're great shirts - I nearly live in mine. The fabric is wonderfully soft and warm. ...but, they changed the sizing.
Patagonia sizing isn't just S, M, L etc, they also have a relaxed, regular and slim fit. In the past these were regular fit and a Small was perfect. This year (2010) they're a relaxed fit and an XS is still a little big after several washings. The fabric is still wonderful, but buy a size down and let it shrink in the wash and be careful who you lend it to - you might not get it back!
skd at REI on 11/11/2010

All. I. wear.

Of the 6 shirts I have, 4 of them are fjords and they are all I wear from October to May. They're comfortable (relaxed fit, so size down a size if you like a trimmer fit) burly and look awesome! The fabric loses some of its initial softness after the first washings, but I don't mind - the shirt is also prone to shrinking if dried in a machine - so do yourself, your shirt and the dolphins a favour and don't run your laundry drier. The fjord provides a serious amount of warmth for a button up, so be careful not to over dress when wearing it, or you'll be sweating before you're out of your house. (why is my photo sideways?!)
Becfoster at Patagonia on 12/10/2012

Great Shirt

This is probably one of the best flannels out there. I was looking for a heavier weight shirt that was super durable and comfy and I found it. The fit is sometimes hard to get right on Patagonia garments, but if you get it right, this is a great shirt. I usually wear a medium in Patagonia Regular fit shirts so I decided to get a small since this is a relaxed fit...perfect. Unless you plan on layering more than one shirt underneath or have huge shoulders, I would suggest ordering one size down. The feel of this shirt is outstanding. It's soft yet still durable enough to take a beating. Plus, its organic cotton. Can't get much better than that. Definitely recommend.
Plover321 at REI on 10/10/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not sure what's going on with sizing

As I stated in the review headline I'm sure what's going on with the sizing of this particular Patagonia shirt. I have several Patagonia flannel shirts from years past in large so I expected this one to fit about the same. Boy, was I wrong. The sleeve and torso length seem to be cut for tall men's size. I'm 6 feet and a sleeve length around 33/34 inches. The chest sizing was fine but sleeves extended almost to my finger tips and the tail extened too far also. My older shirts were produced in Portugal and this new one comes from China. The shirt is advertised as heavy but it seemed be of a lighter weight than my older ones. This new one is organic cotton and the older ones are not so that may be why. I did return the shirt. May try a different one later. I hope Patagonia's sizing problems don't get as bad as Cloudveil's
Trailsman at REI on 10/10/2010

Poor sizing, thin material

Pretty disappointed. Sizing is bizarre, too baggy and long. Flannel material seems thin. Have to see how it wears, if I ever wear it. Don't care for the fit all that much. First Patagonia item I've purchased that I do not like. Bummer, but a first time for everything, right??
puphus at Patagonia on 10/11/2011

Not big enough

Big guys beware: Patagonia XXL shirts still sport sleeves that are far too short for tall men. I wear a 38-inch sleeve and none of Patagonia's shirts come close despite the claims of the store workers. Patagonia needs to include tall sizes with extra-long sleeves in the XXL sizes.
BabyHuey at Patagonia on 10/25/2013

Kinda Lame

The sleeves are very tight and too long. The fabric is very soft and does not drape well. It's more like a pajama fabric. Regrettably, this shirt looks kinda K-Marty.
mornindue at Patagonia on 09/25/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Arms too short, or body too baggy, take your pick.

I can't understand why Patagonia designs their long-sleeved shirts for heavy, shorter-armed people? After missing out on this shirt last year, I went down to the local Patagonia Store to check out the new arrivals. Last year a small in this shirt fit perfect (accounting for shrinkage, which the sales people have told me this shirt is very prone to). This year a Medium fit perfect on, but before washing. So I size up to a Large and it's enormous in the body, baggy in the arms, but at least right in arm length. My point is that I'm a pretty average sized Patagoniac (taller, athletic, i.e. active and not overweight), so why do they make all their casual clothes so baggy? It's not environmentally friendly to waste all that extra fabric! If they would just make the arms longer at least we could have the option of buying a size down if we wanted. I'm really disappointed I won't get to buy and wear this shirt this year. Even multiple Patagonia store employees have commented to me how unnecessarily baggy many of their clothes are. I tried the Pima Shirt and it's the same giant/sloppy thing, unless I size down to where the arms are tiny. I never write reviews for things I haven't purchased but feel this needs to be said and addressed.
JOPh at Patagonia on 10/25/2011

Nice but not as nice as expected

Just received my shirt and was excited to check it out, was a little disappointed with the weight & somewhat with fit, it's no thicker than flannels I have from Eddie Bauer, LL Bean or Timberland, it is very soft though but most are when new. It is in no way to be considered an alternative for a jacket imo like some reviewers state. The fit is just about perfect but there is zero room for shrinkage, I'm 6'3", 235, chest is 46" and waist is 39", 37" arm,text book XL. It's very slim fitting in the forearms and biceps, waist and chest are good, when I flex biceps it's skin tight, arm length is surprisingly o.k. Nice shirt but there are other brands selling flannel just as nice for half the price that are also made in China, Bottom line imo, average weight flannel made of organic cotton with the Patagonia name marked up accordingly but made in China. If it were a hair bigger and for the price it was made in either N or S. America I would keep it but it's going back.
Tola at Patagonia on 12/17/2013

warm, comfy, wierd sizing

This is my fjirst flord fjlannel, so can't compare to the older versions. Like other reviews have mentioned, the sizing seems a bit off. I usually wear Large and went down to a medium. I know it's a relaxed fit, but to me that means a Large should still fit with a bit more overall room, which I would expect with the Fjord so you could wear it over another shirt as a light jacket. The medium, even for my long arms and torso, is still maybe a bit long.
On to the positives! The material is a nice heavy cotton and the shirt is comfortable and toasty. Wearing this flannel allows me to carry 13% more logs from the woodpile, average 4.3 extra late-afternoon toboggan runs, increases my enjoyment of a beer in front of a campfire by a factor of 5, and makes a slightly out of tune guitar sound great. It's a nice shirt for hangin' around.
wedelmaster at Patagonia on 10/20/2010

Last Year Was Better

Like others have mentioned, the sizing was much better last year. I bought 3 of these shirts last winter and basically lived in them through the fall/winter/spring. This year, I was looking forward to buying 3 more. I had read online that the cut/sizing of the shirt had changed so I decided to purchase 1 shirt and make sure it fit properly before buying additional. I'm 6ft 1in/195 lbs and last year a M fit perfect. This year, due to changes in sizing I decided a L was needed for sleeve length. Unfortunately, so much fabric was added through the chest area that the L is way too big. I really wish Patagonia would have kept the same measurements as last year....alas, I will not be ordering any more Fjord flannels this year as the sizing is just too "off"
BradS at Patagonia on 01/03/2012

Poor cut/size. Would fit an onion well

I love the "heft" and weight of this shirt, the style is great. What I can't figure out is the fit. I'm 6'5 and around 225. In XL this shirt's torso seems cut for someone 30-40 pounds heavier in the gut. The sleeves are 2-3 inches too short. I wish Patagonia would realize that tall people aren't generally fat. A line of long or tall sizes would be ideal so that I could buy Larges instead of XLarges, but then the sleeves would really be too short. Sadly, I've given up on Patagonia sportswear. I know you can't please everyone, but they don't really even seem to be trying.
starboard5 at Patagonia on 01/02/2012

Fjord Flannel

I love the Fjord flannel shirt but the sizing style adopted last year is less than desirable! If you are like me and have to have them go to a store to try one on. The large(size I have ordered for years) I bought last year wore like a tent and the sleeves and hem were around my knees! This year I got a medium on-line and while the length is fine I look like I am wearing my little brother's shirt????
PeterM at Patagonia on 10/22/2011

Miss the older style

This a nice, warm and soft shirt of good quality. I had no trouble with the fit. But I miss the older style where the yoke, collar and cuffs were lined with a different weight cloth material. That extra detail completely set the shirt apart from other makers - especially in wear. I love wearing them. This flannel wears like it could be any other another brand.
fishhead at Patagonia on 01/19/2013

I've worn two of these shirts for years; they are my favorite winter shirts and still look like new after a gazillion washings. I ordered a new one this year and it was too tight! I laid it over an old one and there was a full inch less fabric on each side. I wound up giving it to a skinny friend.

Randy Floren at Backcountry.com on 12/31/2012

Fit was better before.

I have several Fjord shirts from previous seasons and I have never been able to find anything else that compares. In my opinion, the new fit this year makes the arms too long. Adding an inch to the body may have made sense, I guess, but adding to the arms wasn't a good idea.
SpiralStairs at Patagonia on 11/06/2010

Nice shirt but sleeves short for tall men

It would be very nice to have this offered in a version for tall folks. I'm 6'2" and could use and extra 2-3" inches on the sleeves. Any chance Patagonia will ever offer any of their long sleeve shirts in tall sizes?
rabbit22 at Patagonia on 01/24/2013