The Zip Fit Shirt, Explained.
Our patented Zip Fit design was created with one goal in mind: to be the Best Fitted Shirt on the Planet.
We studied the archetypal male form to find the ideal ratio between shoulders, chest, waist and hips and built our shirt around it. The zipper evenly distributes any tension and allows you to wear a closer fitting shirt, without looking like you're busting out of it.
When your shirt is shaped like an athlete, you look like one.
I love the fit, feel, and style.
And yes, the zipper is genius. - John E.
The zipper goes down almost to the pants and creates a bulge right above the waist. No pulling will smooth it out because the zipper is made up of thicker material and just sticks out. The zipper needs to be 1-2 inches shorter to eliminate the hard material that sticks out at the waist.
I have purchased several of your shirts they all fit true to size I have not put on anyway I would’ve two shirts at the same time. Both shirts are large one shirt if it’s too small and one shirt fits just right.
Let’s get that smaller one swapped out. We will reach out to you to start the process.
The quality of the shirts is decent, not quite as far as hyped, but nice, but they do wrinkle quite readily. Speaking of wrinkles, the company's "wrinkle-free" return/exchange is actually full of wrinkles and deep creases. While my exchange was eventually successful, the process was quite disorganized and chaotic and took 3 days to accomplish.
I'm 6'1" 205lbs Ordered 2 4L and the shirts appeared to be good quality however they fit extremely tight especially the arms. The sleeves were so tight. The length was fine but the shirt was so tight in the arms. I feel like these shirts are made for a very lean body. My body fat +/- 18% so I'm not fat and I am not body builder lean. My feeling is that if you are that lean then why do you need a zippered shirt? I thought the zippered shirts sounded like a great idea but they just don't fit my body type
Thanks for taking the time to review. At your height/weight we’d have thought that a size 4 would work but the shirts are made to fit close to the body including the arms. If you think sizing up would work for you, exchanges are free.
Finally got around to wearing the Raider sandstone shirt, size 3. Apparently I needed a size 4 (all of these shirts sizes are nuts, a three is not consistent across the board. A three in the Raider style might be a four in another style. Tried it on and it it was significantly tighter then and other shirt I own from this company. Started the return policy and was greeted with a message telling me that the shirt was outside its 60 day return window. So now I have a $150 rag.