Green Mountain Flannel Shirts
Green Mountain Flannel Shirts
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A spin-off brand from Johnson Woolen Mills, a traditional mill that’s been operating in Vermont since 1842, Green Mountain Flannel makes warm, comfortable clothing that stands the test of time. Like this classic button-front shirt, made of 100-percent Portuguese double-brushed cotton flannel in styles that range from Blackwatch Plaid and Buffalo Check to more modern tricolor patterns Read More

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A community member
Nov 30, 2017
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I got one in the last drop. Warm high quality flannel, very much appreciated in winter. Fits as expected.
Nov 30, 2017
Zapman
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Mar 19, 2017
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Unbelievably high quality shirts. Order your actual size (not down one size as suggested), they fit very true to size and shrink only a tiny bit in a warm wash and medium tumble dry. I own about fifty flannel's and these are now my favorites, hands down.
Mar 19, 2017
A community member
Feb 16, 2017
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Forgive my ignorance--the sizes are based on measuring across the shirt just under the sleeves and multiplying x2? On my size M shirts this generally comes out to 44in., which would mean the GMF shirts run a size small. What am I missing?
Feb 16, 2017
skarrambo
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Feb 13, 2017
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So I just checked Green Mountain's website, and I'm slightly confused now. On there, they list a Small as 36", whereas the sizing chart on the main page says 40" - of course, the main page also says to expect a 6% shrinkage, but 6% off 40" is only 37.6". So, is the table on the main page adjusted, taking into account the shrinking, or do you need to take 6% off the main page table values?
Feb 13, 2017
TomasV
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Feb 13, 2017
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Hi @skarrambo! Sorry about the confusion, we used the sizing chart for the Johnson Woolen Mills brand as a whole and not just the Green Mountain Flannel line. As you can see on the Green Mountain website every size after S has a range that's literally 2 sizes into one (M is 38-40, L is 42-44). When we measured the actual sample, we opted to go with the Johnson Woolen Mills size chart because we noticed they definitely run large, even when taking into consideration the shrinkage and their size chart.
The 6% shrinkage happens mostly length-wise, not width-wise (the shoulders will come up a bit as the shirt shortens that 6%, but it's mainly the length that gets adjusted).
Ultimately it comes down to whether you want to wear it more fitted like a regular button-down shirt, or a bit oversize as a shirt-jacket or outerwear piece.
Feb 13, 2017
Zapman
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Feb 12, 2017
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Hi, how tall and what weight is the model and what size is he wearing? This would be really helpful in both this and future drops!!
Feb 12, 2017
TomasV
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Feb 13, 2017
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Kyle is a pretty tall guy at almost 6'4", he's wearing the size Medium. Please take a look at the sizing chart and consider the 6% shrinkage on the first wash. These are cut large because they'll come up on the length a bit after the first wash. I'll try adding the model info on the main page next.
Feb 13, 2017
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