An all-day shirt that offers a unique combination of performance and style. Made from a blended canvas fabric that's 75% cotton, 23% nylon, and 2% elastane, it's comfortable, durable, and has excellent stretch.
Mountain Hardwear says:
Yes, it's the same fabric and construction as the instantly famous AP Pant. Yes, that's great news. No, there is nothing you can't do in it.
Mountain Hardwear's Hardwear AP Shirt has a casual look and feel to it - the fabric itself feels like canvas, (its actually 75% cotton), but it has two way stretch and a degree of nylon woven into it. It's basically the shirt version on the AP Scrambler pant as the fabrics are the same.
It's clearly tougher than most shirts so could be used for travel, trekking through rough terrain (i.e through trees, bushes etc), or of course just used as a casual shirt as it wouldn't look out of place in a pub.
Feature wise there's two chest pockets, one with a press stud closure (same studs used on the cuffs) and one with a zip closure. The zip looks like it's made with a waterproof cover, however I can't see the point of this as the shirt pocket itself is not waterproof, so the contents would still get wet.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear