Field & Stream Men’s Harbor Woven Shorts Review

Published On November 30, 2015 »» By Dan Rice » Apparel, Fishing, Gear Reviews
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All fishing shorts are not created equal. Try to find a quick drying short, built for fishing, that has enough storage for your everyday fishing items such as your cell phone, wallet and keys.

F&S Mens Harbor Woven ShortsField & Stream put together all of these details in their Men’s Harbor Woven Short. It’s a clean looking fabric, stops just before the knees and best of all, dries very, very quickly. After subscribing to Dick’s Sporting Good’s e-blasts, I’ve found that I have been missing a lot of great fishing apparel from Field & Stream. There’s a trend these days where many anglers pay attention to their apparel, just as much as their fishing equipment. They want the best rods, reels, line and lures, and now you can add these shorts to the list. They are comfortable, lightweight and perform flawlessly.

The fit is true to standard sizing, so if you’re shopping for the holidays, or just as summer arrives, you can feel confident in purchasing standard sizes without having to return them due to non-standard measurements. The only real complaint I have is that Field & Stream only has these in two colors at the moment, River Bank Brown (seen in video) and Khaki. An added bonus by buying directly from Field & Stream is free standard shipping on apparel with no minimum purchase required.

If you’re looking for some other great pieces of apparel, be sure to check out all of the different types of gear available, such as cold weather bibs, fleece hoodies and performance fishing shirts at www.fieldandstreamshop.com. At a price of $29.99 and the availability of easy online shopping, I’ll be grabbing another pair for 2016.

If you would like to see the shorts in action, be sure to watch my jig fishing video below.

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Dan Rice is an outdoor writer from Spokane, Washington. He writes for his website, FHC Outdoors, and is a contributing writer to Western Bass Magazine. Be sure to visit his YouTube channel for action on film!

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