Batch’s Premium Ranger Utility Shirt Blends Style & Functionality

Jul 24, 2019

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Though the modern workplace has become a bit more nonchalant about dress codes, there are still times when you’re going to want to look your best. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to squeeze into a starchy suit. Rather, you can blend good looks with ruggedized functionality all at once, so long as you wrap yourself in Batch’s Ranger utility shirt.

Handsome enough for the office, but comfortable and durable enough that you could wear this garment out for a night on the town, the Ranger is constructed from premium materials — like Giza cotton — that are comfortable enough for all-year wear (yes, even the heat of summer). The shirt also boasts handy flapped pockets for all your everyday carry gear, a comfortable soft spread collar that won’t make you feel choked, and top-of-the-line detailing. Get it in your choice of three colorways now for just $86.

Purchase: $86

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