Classic Polo Shirt In Organic Cotton
Love this Polo!
This is a great fitting and great looking polo.
Hanna does a Terrific job of making beautiful clothing that is both organic and meets Oeko Tex standards.
May 10, 2013
What's not to like? Hanna Andersson makes great shirts.
December 2, 2012
Best shirt EVER!!!!
We have these in almost every color, and they are, hands down, the best polo shirt you can find for a little boy.
September 19, 2012
Reliable comfort, no pesticides
I buy Hanna's polos annually for my son's school uniform. I'm comforted to know that the seven plus hours he's at school he has organic cotton on his skin. This year when he put on his first new polo shirt of the school year, he exclaimed, "So soft!" Don't get me wrong, his polos don't wear out, he's wearing last year's polos too, but he's growing and there's some extra length on the next bigger size. If you have extra kids you've got easy hand-me-downs. I beat clothes too, hard water and I don't use fabric softener, and Hanna's organic cotton remains resilient.
September 6, 2012
The shirts are soft on the inside and rough on the outside. I would prefer a knit fabric to the polo mesh.
August 9, 2012
I bought two of these shirts because my grandson needed something to wear to church. He is five and very hard on clothes, yet these look great after being washed and wear very well.
August 3, 2012
Great fabric and collar!
The description says, "wears like iron," I am here to say that's the truth! Would you believe my sister gave me her sons hand-me-down WHITE Hanna Andersson Classic Polo Shirt for my son (18 months old at the time) and he wore it all year, and now my younger son is in it! I will buy my boys a polo every year because they LAST and are an easy option when they need to look more dressy, for a wedding or family gathering. But I don't have to worry about them getting spilled on or played in. They continue to wash up beautifully!
*Also* The collar stays nice and flat, doesn't curl up at the corners, and it's thick so it looks classy and crisp!
August 3, 2012