KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT
KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT

KIRAN LONG SLEEVE SHIRT

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The Kiran Long Sleeve Shirt features a superior blend of planet-friendly hemp, Tencel® and spandex which forms a fabric that is more durable than cotton, but still soft to the touch and allows you to move all day. Naturally antimicrobial, moisture wicking and averse to wrinkles, the Kiran Long Sleeve Shirt will be your go-to travel companion.

  • Naturally breathable and moisture wicking
  • Button chest pocket
  • Rollup sleeves with button tabs
  • Forward set shoulder seams
  • 54% hemp, 44% Tencel®, 2% spandex
  • Hemp is a carbon warrior, using less water to grow and regenerating the soil in the process
  • Tencel® is an environmentally sustainable fiber made from wood pulp

Kiran (kee•run)

Translates to 'ray' or 'ray of light' or 'beam of light' in Sanskrit


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Beautiful Comfy Shirt

I have the large version of the Neelo Blue Kiran shirt. The shirt itself is a beautiful blue I would say somewhere between a deep blue to a mid deep blue. It would blend into the ocean well. My build is somewhere between average and athletic. I usually wear a medium in most shirts of this type and would get a medium if I were to get another for a more close fit. It fits loosely on my body in general, but it's very comfortable especially in warm weather (90F around 90% humidity). I have also washed and dried the shirt on the delicate setting and have noticed no fraying or shrinkage of any sort.

The major reason for getting this shirt is that I have contact dermatitis and so have skin reactions to synthetic fiber clothing. If I were to wear a synthetic fiber shirt for a day the spots where it touched my skin regularly would break out in a blistery painful red rash at the worst that would last about 2 to 3 days depending on contact time. Sweating speeds up the progression of the rash. This shirts natural fibers and dye have not caused any problems whatsoever. I imagine I will get another when they come back it stock, preferably on sale, but that remains to be seen.

At the first wear of the shirt it was a bit scratchy and not entirely comfortable, however the longer I wore it the softer it has become. It no longer itches or scratches since the first wash and second wear. As far as wrinkles go there will be some wrinkles from the dryer or just sitting and the other likely culprits of putting wrinkles in shirts, but they disappear within the hour wearing the shirt just by walking around, standing, or what have you. I would not recommend ironing this shirt as the wrinkles give a natural look and give some character, but they're not so prevalent it makes people give you a second glance for the wrong reasons. Also I feel ironing the shirt would ruin it cause the shirt to break down quickly or burn it at least. It simply isn't one of those nice shirts you have to iron to look nice as it looks nice on its own. The shirt drapes very nicely and has a slight fluttering in the wind look since it is a bit loose on me. I believe it is the lyocell in the shirt that gives it the draping and a slight sheen-shininess effect in the sun if you look close enough and it looks really good. It's one of those shirts I would classify as a well dressed manly shirt ready to go out chop down some trees with the family axe and look good doing it, then head out to go to some casual nice to dressy function (with a blazer/suit) and have people thinking, "that guy looks good...like he can get things done in style." They wouldn't be wrong. I imagine most men in the world can wear at least one of these colors and pull it off. It can also be tucked in and look like a dress shirt or something.

I have personally noticed people looking at me more when I wear the shirt with some nice off-white/khaki pants or something else that suits the shirt nicely. I am not actually used to that and so it makes me feel good in an appreciated sort of way, but also makes me feel a bit awkward and uneasy when groups of people watch me walk by as that has not always been the best thing in certain countries. I look at them and just nod and/or smile depending on the group/person while thinking, "What are they looking at? Oh they're staring at me. Do I have something on me? Are they planning something? Not from what I can tell..." Then I usually hear something about my attire making me realize I just look that good I guess, or that's just what I choose to believe anyway.

As far as warm climates go I surprisingly don't sweat much at all while wearing it in the sun at 90+ degrees Fahrenheit above 90% humidity. The shirt breathes very well and wicks sweat and moisture away super quick while drying fast. Where I live the weather in summer can get super oppressive from heat and humidity. It's like going outside to be in a steam room. Sometimes literal drops of water just condense falling out of the sky without any clouds or rain. There are times when breathing feels like you can't catch your breath from all the humidity and the heat and you simply sweat. There's no getting around it and cotton just stays wet because there's often times too much moisture in the air to evaporate quickly, if at all. Some people actually walk around with a second or third pair of clothes depending on what they plan to do. I like the wicking and drying of this shirt. When the shirt gets wet it dries very very quickly. I even spilled water on myself while drinking and walking and the shirt dried within minutes. Any other cotton shirt would have stayed moist at the least until I went inside and stood in front of a fan.

That being said the shirt doesn't hold smells much at all. I have worn the shirt repeatedly up to about 4 days in hot weather and it only had a slight body smell that went away when I left it laying on a chair for the day. Most shirts would be unwearable in any publ...

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