What the Heck is an Ergonometric Shirt?

 

ERGONOMETRIC   er·go·no·met·ric, adjective; derived from ergonomics –  the applied science of equipment design, intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort

When Kevin and Kathleen Kelly decided to design the most comfortable shooting shirt anywhere, they followed a design science called ergonometrics – they wanted their customers to be impressed.   It’s a long word which describes the “ahhhhhh” of a Kevin’s ergonometric shooting shirt and Egyptian cotton poplin shirt.  Kevin’s customers swear by it, especially during a long day in the field hunting.  Constructed with the finest Egyptian Combed-Cotton that is very lightweight and feels luxurious.  Kevin also insisted on an eight button front and longer tail so, as they say in ergonometrics , the shirt will stay nicely tucked in your pants!

Kevin's Ergonometric Shooting Shirt
Designed to feel great and move with you as you take your shot. Pocket for optional recoil pad.
Kevin's Ergonometric Egyptian Cotton Shirt
Experience the richness of English poplin, with the luxurious 100% Egyptian cotton yarn used to make this luxurious shirt. This is by no means, your typical shirt, as this fabric is enriched with a silkiness and weight that makes it the most elegant men’s shirt in the marketplace.

Each shirt features underarm gussets, variegated elbow pleats and back bi-swing pleats.  Well-constructed features allow the shirt to expand and contract with you as you move your arms, shoulders and torso during the day in every activity. Not only will you feel great in Kevin’s Ergonometric shirts but it may improve your shot too!!

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