13 Ounce Henley L/S Sage
13 OUNCE HENLEY
- Custom open ended 13 ounce Knit from USA
- Flat lock seam construction
- Custom mother of pearl fisheye buttons from Italy
- 1/8" double needle hems
- Contrast chambray on interior placket
- Cotton binding from Japan
- Custom label made in Italy
- 100% cotton
- Reactive dyed
- Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
- Made in USA
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About the 13 Ounce Henley L/S Sage
I'm 5'10" and about 170 pounds and the M fit perfectly. I typically wear a large in most t-shirts, and prefer my clothes to have a little room in them these days. This henley, like most Freenote clothes, fit pretty dang perfect. It's not too tight, but isn't boxy or irregular. I'd argue it's more mid-weight than the other reviews suggest, but it's still got some good heft and stands up on it's own or works well with layers. They ain't cheap, but damn it, they're good.
This is an awesome henley. The heavyweight cotton has a great feel to it and I love the look of the chambray fabric behind the buttons. I like the the sleeves don't have a tight cuff at the wrist like you see on a lot of other long sleeve shirts. Also, I have long arms and the sleeves are plenty long enough for me, even after washing. I find that a lot of other shirts fit fine before a wash but the arms shrink too much after they've been washed.
These are my favorite henley and are currently the only long sleeve non-work or dress shirts that I wear.
Super heavy weight fabric, great color, and perfect fit for 6’4” 210 lb guy. XL size is perfect.
I got the Henley in Sage. I'm 5'4 with an athletic build, size small. It fit me perfectly. Not too tight, not too loose. I Love the dry feel, thought it still is very smooth and comfortable. I tried other Henley's from other brands and it just felt itchy or just way too tight or too loose. But I've also never felt shortchanged by anything free note. They just continue to make great clothing. It's worth the price and all of my free note has continued to look good as it ages. Save yourself some money by investing in timeless pieces instead of going for "fast fashion". Anything worth making takes time, deliberate effort and an intention to really be worn for a long while.