Overall: 4.1 / 5 based on 18 reviews
14 of 18 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
I love stripes -
By: Majord from Brigham city, utah
Have worn this once. Very comfortable. It fit well. Am old and fat but I felt good in this shirt.
Top 10 Contributor
I purchased this striped Henley for my ninety-one-year-old mother. She loves the garment. The fit was perfect; the top coordinates well with her favorite grey trousers. Mom said the shirt was stylish and flattering. She loves Orvis clothing; this makes gifting a breeze. Orvis is her favorite, too!! Many thanks!
Comfortable and Cute -
Top 50 Contributor
This striped Henley is quite comfortable and attractive. The stripes are subtle and the fabric is soft. I purchased both the slate and khaki, but returned the khaki as it was more gold than true khaki. After washing the top on delicate, I dried it briefly on low, then hung it to dry. No wrinkles, no ironing. I will enjoy wearing it often.
great t-shirt -
By: graciemarie from bay area
Often, I have issues with the fit of Orvis shirts/tops, this one was perfect in every aspect. Thanks!
Nice quality -
By: BetsyInSanDiego from San Diego
Aside from the fact that the fake pockets curl up (pretty minor issue), I love this top!
By: Ilmysand from Brooklyn,N.Y.
Wasn't sure if I should keep this top for the simple reason that stripes might may be look wide! But, it is so comfortable that I can't send it back and the heck with the concern about horizontal stripes! One per wardrobe is not such a big deal, and the soft colors make it even less of a deal at all. I'm 5' 3" and 180 pounds if that helps to know.
Nothing exciting about this item. Not really good value for the money, so I sent it back.
wise choice -
By: beanbag from Bryn Mawr,PA
I really like this striped Henley top. It is nicely made, and I like the faux frontpockets. It looks greatvwith kaki slacks, It washes beautifully.
Wasn't For Me -
By: Popperton from Maryland
Looked good in the catalogue, but kind of "draggy" on. Lots of Orvis clothes I have ordered just seem kind of squarish or blockish--without a whole lot of form to them. Still, I like many of the styles, and will probably try other things.