We all have a favorite flannel shirt in our closet that we would love to wear all the time if we could, even on our outdoor adventures. Utilizing the latest in fiber and fabric treatment technologies, Woolrich has taken the basic performance elements you expect from your outdoor gear and added them to the classic flannel shirt.
Today, flannel shirts are commonly made from a cotton based fabric, offering next to skin comfort but not much in the way of performance. The new Woolrich Pathfinder Shirts are made from a 100% polyester flannel twill, acting much like a base layer to wick away moisture and dry quickly when wet.
The men's Pathfinder features a button down collar and two utility chest pockets. The women's Pathfinder takes performance one step further, adding side panels made out of a poly-wool fabric blend that is treated with the antimicrobial agent Agion Active.
Women's shirt features include convertible sleeves that can be buttoned up to elbow length, along with snaps on the placket, cuffs, and front pocket flaps. Front and back seams help to add shape to the flannel shirt for a more flattering female fit.
The women's Pathfinder retails for $79 and the men's for $69. Both Woolrich flannel shirts come in a variety of color combinations and will be available for Fall 2012.