McNair Shirts – best mountain shirts in the world!

A high quality mens winter shirt is something I never knew I needed in my life but thanks to the lovely folk at McNair Shirts who sent me one of their awesome merino mountain shirts to try out on our family snowboarding trip to Whistler I couldn’t do without it now. Here’s my review of why I love this mountain shirt. Immediately I knew this shirt wasn’t you everyday winter shirt. It was delivered in a beautifully presented box, hand wrapped, beautifully done.


One thing I noticed straight away was how well made the shirt is and the sheer quality of the merino lamb wool and what beautiful craftsmanship. The shirt feels incredibly strong and the buttons feel like they’ll last forever. McNair state why their buttons will never fall off on their website which you can read here


Check out the personalisation inside the shirt saying it was made by Josie…lovely touch!

I’m 5ft 11 and 11 stone and the shirt was the perfect fitting. I have a men’s heavy weight merino mountain shirt in black (size medium)


Not quite the mountains but a Sunday morning at Watergate Bay on the North coast of Cornwall I wore this McNair shirt for a few photos – strong cold wind were blowing in off the coast and I was mighty glad I had this shirt on. It kept me warm but not too warm unlike many winter jackets and shirts I’ve tried over the years.


This mountain shirt from McNair Shirts is so well made, it fits beautifully, very comfortable to wear and perfect with just one layer underneath. I’m pretty confident I’ll be wearing this shirt for many more years to come.

Although I received this shirt to review, my thoughts and experiences are entirely my own and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend McNair shirts for anyone looking for a mountain shirt. In fact, I love the shirt so much I want to get the another in the artic silver colour.


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