Patagonia Polo

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The Patagonia Men's Polo Shirt is a classic shirt made with Patagonia durability. But it's not just any polo shirt. This Patagonia Polo Shirt is made of organic cotton so you can be eco-friendly every time you put it on. It has 3 buttons so you can reveal a little or a lot. The polo shirt is definitely great for your more classy occasions like a date, lunch at Grandma's or actually playing polo.

FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Polo Shirt.

Collar:

  • Taped neck; rib-knit collar and cuffs

Fabric:

  • Made of a textured 100% organic cotton piqué fabric
  • Lightweight organic cotton jersey fabric with a soft enzyme-washed finish
  • Straight hem and trimmer fit

Fit:

  • Regular fit
  • Updated fit

Ventilation:

  • Polo shirt with 3-button placket and side vents

Logo/Graphics:

  • Unique Fitz Roy Trout logo

Manufactured:

  • Made in Vietnam.
Al's Sports
A popular descendant of the venerable polo clan, Patagonia's features an ultrasoft 7.2-oz organic cotton in a piqué knit that retains its composure even when the social situation requires mingling. With a soft, athletic collar and a low-profile placket for increased durability over its long life.
Patagonia Polo Shirt Features: Organic cotton piquéTaped neck; frame-knit collar and cuffs3-button placket and side vents7.2-oz 100% organic cotton piqué301 g (10.6 oz)Made in Vietnam.Style number 52825
Backcountry.com
Grab your polo mallet, your horse named Polo, and Patagonia�s Short-Sleeve Polo Shirt, and head on down to the local polo grounds for an afternoon of polo. Not into polo? That�s cool, polo hater�the Polo Shirt is equally at home in the poolside hammock with a pitcher of margaritas and the Sunday paper. Just make sure to avoid the sports section recap of the week�s polo results and you should be good to go.

Denali

The Patagonia Polo for Men offers sophisticated comfort for casual Friday's or regatta Wednesday's. This finely crafted traditional polo shirt is made from 100% organic cotton pique knit with a 3-button placket, side vents and a trim fit.


Patagonia
At small-town tarmacs or bustling train stations, our Men's Polo shirt offers simple but sophisticated comfort when you're on the road. Made of a softly textured 100% organic cotton piqué knit in a range of solid colors, it's a finely made traditional polo design with 3-button placket, side vents, straight hem and trimmer fit. A taped neck and rib-knit collar and cuff for durability and comfort.

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Let your inner fish bum show, even when you have to clean up and look sharp. Patagonia's super comfortable, relaxed-fit men's Polo Shirt is made from soft, enzyme-washed 100% organic cotton jersey for maximum comfort and a clean, crisp look. The Trout Fitz Roy logo reveals your true nature around town or at the office.

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Fit:Relaxed fit
Material:Organic cotton jersey enzyme washed
Style:Crew (t-shirt)
Technologies:[eFibers]
Type:Short Sleeve
Weight:7.2-oz 100% organic cotton pique
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Patagonia Polo Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice Revision

I don't understand all the hate in these reviews for this version of the classic Polo. I am 48, 5'10", 160#, and have been buying Patagonia product for nearly 30 years. I have several of the old version of the Patagonia Polo shirt and have always loved them. My only criticisms of the previous version are that for me (I wear size M), the torso length was a tad on the short side and the shirt billowed out around the belly section. With the new version, Patagonia has fixed the fit, in my opinion. The fit is slimmer, but not slim. I don't have a belly, so I prefer a slimmer look. Also, the torso length is a little longer than the previous version. I would describe the fit as more athletic, less relaxed or regular. That said, I would not characterize the look as "slim".
For me, given my build, the new version is a more flattering, modern fit. I agree the white buttons are not preferred, but not a big deal in my opinion. Also, once washed, the new version is softer than the old version. Overall, I feel the cut and fit of the new polo is an upgrade over the previous version, if you prefer a slimmer, but not slim, fit.
BoulderCyclist at Patagonia on 07/13/2013

It's OK, Really

I received one of the NEW Polo shirts two days ago, and my fears were misplaced. The shape has changed for the better from a box to a rectangle. It is indeed a Regular Fit and not a Relaxed Fit, which is what it is supposed to be and I find a more attractive fit. The buttons are probably an improvement. Nice weight and size and debossed with the Patagonia name. I was afraid they would be little plastic chips. They aren't. The fabric is an improvement. It has more weight and body than in recent years, yet has retained the softness. I must have 15 of these shirts going back many years, and the NEW edition is just fine, indeed probably an improvement.
Saguaro at Patagonia on 08/01/2013

Great Shirt - Timeless

First, I have a 1988 Polo shirt of Patagonia's in a wonderful Berry color that I am so happy to wear ! It's essentially new, I found it in a family members closet. When I went to buy another(Pink-ish) last year, I was concerned over changing dimensions of the shirt. Lo and behold, they are exactly the same! And trust me, I measure shirts a lot!!! Very very comfortable !!! For care, I machine wash and never use the dryer. These are heavy enough they do not crinkle. A timeless design ! Woo-hoo for thee Polo of all Polo shirts :)
AverageG at Patagonia on 06/05/2013

Finally!

I've been hoping for years that Patagonia would change the cut of the polos like this. The organic cotton and construction have always been second to none, but I always found the cut to be a little too big for my taste. As one poster put it, it went from a box to a rectangle. I no longer feel like I'm wearing a shirt that's as wide as a tent that struggles to cover my belt buckle. I'm buying as many colors that I can stand to look at in case Patagonia decides to discontinue the style.
patagoNOLES at Patagonia on 08/02/2013

Still Best Polo's Anywhere

I was a bit reluctant to purchase any of the "new" polo's after I read the reviews about the new fit, etc. After wearing the new ones, however, I find the new fit better than the former fit, since it is longer in the body and perhaps a tiny bit slimmer (I am 6'4").
The material may even be softer than before, and the "issue" with the buttons is, to me, a non-starter.
PatagoniaPhan at Patagonia on 09/15/2013

Nice Colors and Nice Sale

I bought this color and 3 more of the M's Polo while on 30% off. All of the colors say summer. They are real nice to go along with some of the more subdued colors I already own. The M's Polo is the only polo I buy becasue it is available in Extra Small. Having these new bright colors is just wonderful, as I wear them year round no matter the color.
psr52 at Patagonia on 09/01/2013

When I wear a polo style shirt I grab a Patagonia Polo. The cotton is solid an durable, but comfy as can be. I love the fit, it is consistent with other Patagonia shirts and doesn't shrink up all tight and uncomfy once out of the dryer. For anyone looking for a Polo style shirt, i would for sure recommend this guy.

Andrew Swindle at Backcountry.com on 05/19/2013

Remains a Wonderful Polo

The classic organic cotton polo remains the best I have found, and I have tried many brands. What varies from year to year are the available colors beyond navy, black, and white. This is largely a matter of taste, and I would encourage the product designers to keep a good selection of colors.
MikeK at Patagonia on 08/24/2013

My go to polo

I am always in search of that perfect polo. Well really a perfect polo would always be comfortable, fit well, be well made, stands up to washing, wouldn't shrink, always looks and feels great. Hey I think I found it in the Patagonia Polo. I just ordered another one!
philsf1 at Patagonia on 05/04/2013

Great Shirts!

Not much you can say about a shirt but I can confirm that this meets the expectations you've probably come to have of Patagonia. The colors stay, the fabrics stay in good condition through multiple washes... good stuff.
HeadwallSkiDynamics at Patagonia on 08/31/2013

Negative Reviews:

Patagonia.. Explain the fit please

I hope this version of the classic polo is now fitted to adjust for the shrinking and notable 'Bell' shape that eventually forms after a few washes with the classic version. I love the fabric of the old version, stitching and coconut buttons but I have sworn not to buy another until the fit is fixed. Patagonia, please tell me this is what this "New fit" was created for. It is nearly impossible to find a similar quality organic polo with real buttons and not those silly snaps. Please please please tell me the fit is better. I just warrantied 3 of the original polo in person in hopes that someone in Reno could pass on the message that the "Bell" shape that develops has turned me off completely from buying any classic polo's. When laid flat a small classic polo was actually longer and wider than two classic mediums. My brother also recently warrantied his after being fed up with the bell shape and likewise swore off buying the classic version as a result of the fit. The sad thing is that brands like addidas and la coste fit great and cost the same. Of course, I have no faith in their practices and they certainly aren’t of organic fabric. The next best is Filson but even theirs are no longer made in the US and no word on whether they are made of organic fabric, a good trade-off if not made in the US. I truly hope to hear back from Patagonia on this as I am an avid supporter and I’m constantly broke trying to do the right thing. I just want to be able to be able to buy organic cotton polo shirts again. I feel dirty wearing la coste etc.
daveDA at Patagonia on 02/10/2013

Warning: Change in Sizing

Well Patagonia really screwed-up their most famous shirt. I have a closet full of these, have been buying them for over 20 yrs, and swore by them. But not anymore. For this season, they have taken out an inch in the chest and consequently changed the way this shirt now lays on your body. I have tried both the M (which is now too small across the chest) and the L (which is fine in the chest but too long, it must be tucked in). I'm afraid to keep either (and consequently wash) to see if the L will eventually work for me. Why they did this, I'm not sure -- But it probably is a cost issue, as across the entire range of sizes, each shirt now uses a little less fabric. Before purchasing you may want to see what others say, I'm guessing that those of us that have bought this shirt in the past and know how it fits, will need to go up one size. I cannot believe that Yvon Chouinard would have approved this design change (maybe nobody told him).
bummedout at Patagonia on 02/25/2013

Great If You're Over Weight

For some time I've marveled over how much of Patagonia's casual line is cut for those of ample proportions. When I read that the new polo's were made with a 'trimmer fit' I was hopeful that I might actually get to wear one of these things, but after taking delivery of one today I can disregard those thoughts. These should (still) be labeled relaxed or baggy fit. It's going back home and I'm sticking to Patagonia's technical/alpine line. Highly disappointed! How come Hollister & Express can make a properly sized polo & Patagonia can't? For the record, I'm 5'-11', 140 lbs, 32" waist. All my Patagonia tops are size S. I'd have to gain at least 15 lbs before this shirt would fit. If I could get a XS with 2" more torso length than the S, I'd have a chance at wearing this thing.
AVDG at Patagonia on 07/06/2013

Why No More Brown Buttons?

Sometimes to me it's the little details that matter. I might not have paid attention had it not been for a previous reviewer, but the white buttons on this updated polo are a deal-breaker for me. I have many of the old polos and have been buying them for about a decade - it was my one of my favorite shirts - and the brown buttons were so much classier and just better-looking. I can't speak to the updated fit since I haven't purchased this new version. I'm sure it's still a great shirt, but I'm just going to wait this year out and hope for some reversions to the "classic" polo details.
RocknRollCowboySurfer at Patagonia on 06/08/2013

Polo Shirt Keeps Getting Smaller

I have been wearing Patagonia Polo Shirts for about the last 17 years. OK…I’m an old guy who wears a polo shirt about every day. I do not climb rock walls or traverse ice falls, but can afford to buy these pricey polo’s. Over the years this shirt has been shrinking in size, while this baby boomer has not. This shirt is about two inches smaller in the waist than last year’s model and a little shorter. It is about 3-4 inches smaller at the waist than some of my vintage Patagonia Polo Shirts. I also don’t care for the white buttons on the 2013 version. I returned the shirt for refund.
JZ50 at Patagonia on 03/30/2013

The New Polo

I was shocked (really) at the overwhelmingly negative reviews on the New Polo. I must say the white buttons look cheesy, but I have enough of the old coconut buttons to replace them on a shirt or two. The size is problematic and I will try one just to find out. Not all change is bad, I have some Old Polos with red logos, the self colored logo was a nice change. The New Polos are made in Vietnam. The Old Polo was made in Thailand. I was surprised (really) that Patagonia would mess with a classic.
Saguaro at Patagonia on 06/26/2013

Do not buy until you try multiple sizes

I own 21 of the Men's Polo Shirts (of the previous version) best shirt of its kind, well until this new style showed up. They have effectively designed a shirt that no longer will fit me. It's not made for people with a mature build (large shoulders and chest). They have effectively taken at least 1 inch out of the chest, it's now too tight. This updated fit is too small and the next size up is then too long, the shirt has to be tucked in (to look presentable). Overall, it's a disaster.
bummedout at Patagonia on 03/12/2013

Changed the shape

I live in Patagonia polos and have purchased dozens over the years. I have noticed a gradual decline in quality but have stuck with them because I haven't found an alternative. But this latest incarnation will definitely force me to find another brand. They have tailored the sleeves so they are angled downwards. See attached image showing an older polo above and new polo below. So if you raise your arms the whole shirt rides up. Very uncomfortable. Also, the new white shirt is dingy compared to the old shirt.
Toshiro at Patagonia on 07/14/2013

Polo Shirt

I have lived daily in these polo shirts for over 10 years. They were in a state of evolutionary perfection. Why the change in design? Who decided to mess with success? I, like others, am hoping you bring back the old design. Call it "the Classic" or some other clever name. Just bring back the old design. It is unjustifiably presumptuous to characterize the new design as "the best polo shirt made" after the old design built the shirt's reputation. Changing the best polo shirt made - bad call....
Stentist at Patagonia on 03/25/2013

Very unhappy with modifications

Modifications to buttons and fit have degraded this otherwise fine product. I have easily spent over $1,000 on Patagonia classic polos over the last decade. The dark brown buttons looked nice. The change to white buttons looks cheap and makes the buttons stand out. Also, the adjustments to the fit make have made the shirt less comfortable in both the shoulder area and sleeves. Why did Patagonia feel a need to fix this "classic" shirt that wasn't even broken?
patagoniacustomer11 at Patagonia on 07/17/2013