Polo shirts that are good untucked?

hardcaliberhardcaliber Members Posts: 704 ✭✭
I pretty much never tuck in my shirt. Its hard to find a shirt that doesn't look like a skirt. I'm 5'9". Most of my body could work with a small but I have to go with a medium to accommodate broad shoulders.



Does anyone have any suggestion for a brand or style that is designed to be left untucked or just looks decent and not super long untucked?
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  • DavidvDavidv Members Posts: 690 ✭✭
    No such thing as a good looking untucked polo shirt on the golf course. Most decent golf courses have a dress code that require shirts be tucked in.
  • OrlandogolfguruOrlandogolfguru OrlandoGolfGuru ClubWRX Posts: 1,974 ClubWRX
    I’d try a small under armor, loose fit. Short to be untucked and loose for shoulders.
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  • DNice26DNice26 Members Posts: 4,143 ✭✭
    Travis Mathew shirts look good untucked.
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  • hardcaliberhardcaliber Members Posts: 704 ✭✭
    edited Jul 4, 2018 #6
    Davidv wrote:


    No such thing as a good looking untucked polo shirt on the golf course. Most decent golf courses have a dress code that require shirts be tucked in.




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    Thank you to the others for the recommendations.
  • mtgrizinmnmtgrizinmn Members Posts: 599
    DNice26 wrote:


    Travis Mathew shirts look good untucked.


    I'll second this. I wear mine untucked when around the house, running errands, etc, but always tuck in on the course.
  • GolfGuitarsCarsGolfGuitarsCars Members Posts: 447 ✭✭
    edited Jul 4, 2018 #8
    The real question is how to keep a polo tucked in? By the third hole mine is completely out in the back and by the time I get to ten, it's totally out.
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  • aadamoniaadamoni Members Posts: 241
    Take a well fitting polo to the tailor and have it shortened to the length you prefer. No longer than mid crotch is the appropriate length for an untucked polo.

    https://ashleyweston.com/mens-clothing-fit-guide/how-should-a-polo-shirt-fit/amp/
  • OrlandogolfguruOrlandogolfguru OrlandoGolfGuru ClubWRX Posts: 1,974 ClubWRX


    The real question is how to keep a polo tucked in? By the third hole mine is completely out in the back and by the time I get to ten, it's totally out.
    get shorts or pants with an inner rubber waist band. All of my Adidas has it. The letters are rubber and are made to hold the tuck.
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  • dubbelbogeydubbelbogey Members Posts: 378 ✭✭
    Davidv wrote:


    No such thing as a good looking untucked polo shirt on the golf course. Most decent golf courses have a dress code that require shirts be tucked in.




    Must be a regional thing. Here in Colorado, most good (if you want to call them "high end" then so be it) courses have no such rule. Collared shirts is a common rule, but not so much tucking them in.



    I prefer the look of an untucked polo, independent of comfort.
  • dasamsdasams Members Posts: 241 ✭✭


    I pretty much never tuck in my shirt. Its hard to find a shirt that doesn't look like a skirt. I'm 5'9". Most of my body could work with a small but I have to go with a medium to accommodate broad shoulders.




    I don't wear my shirts untucked but have a similar issue. Off the rack dress shirts fitted to my shoulders felt like I was wearing a tent. The only solution was to buy semi-custom shirts. Semi because you are measured and they make the shirts using the closest pattern in their library. Google it and I'm sure you can find a company doing the same w golf shirts. Come to think of it, maybe I should look into this...
  • evgolferevgolfer Members Posts: 186 ✭✭


    The real question is how to keep a polo tucked in? By the third hole mine is completely out in the back and by the time I get to ten, it's totally out.




    I second this. I tuck my shirt in to start a round as a bow to conforming to social expectations. I've tried. Invariably, it gets loose after a while, and then becomes untucked. I hate having to fuss with it and end up leaving it untucked..



    To answer the OP's question: I like Reebok moisture wicking golf polos, and I think they look good both tucked and untucked.
  • ReidmanReidman Austin, TXMembers Posts: 766 ✭✭
    QEDstyle.com has really nice stuff....and polos are shorter than normal and look great untucked
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  • DeacLaw05DeacLaw05 Members Posts: 351 ✭✭
    I wear almost every type of shirt tucked in as a matter of personal preference, but I have a handful of Criquet polos that are great untucked.
  • smashdnsmashdn Let's cut them trees down. Members Posts: 943 ✭✭
    I tend to always wear them tucked as well. I screwed up the other day and wore the wrong combo of boxer briefs and shorts and there was no way to keep drawers, shorts and shirt from fighting one another. I untucked and noticed it to be somewhat cooler as the shirt was allowed to billow and breathe.



    Anybody else found it to be cooler from a comfort standpoint int he heat to wear it untucked?
  • UberzzUberzz Members Posts: 124 ✭✭


    The real question is how to keep a polo tucked in? By the third hole mine is completely out in the back and by the time I get to ten, it's totally out.




    Adidas have rubber grippy areas inside waist band that do a great job of keeping shirt tucked. G
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  • jacobEDGEjacobEDGE Members Posts: 1,984 ✭✭
    Man, I'm 5'4" and fat, and mediums look fine, length wise, when they are untucked. I can't imagine being 5'9" and having mediums be too long.
  • NaptimeNaptime Members Posts: 599 ✭✭
    Basically any straight hemmed shirt can be worn untucked. If it's too long, there is usually someone at the dry cleaners who can hem it higher if your sewing skills are nonexistent. Untucked often looks better than tucked on the typical middle aged male bod.
  • birdie_hunterbirdie_hunter Members Posts: 178 ✭✭
    nemoblack wrote:

    Davidv wrote:


    No such thing as a good looking untucked polo shirt on the golf course. Most decent golf courses have a dress code that require shirts be tucked in.




    Must be a regional thing. Here in Colorado, most good (if you want to call them "high end" then so be it) courses have no such rule. Collared shirts is a common rule, but not so much tucking them in.



    I prefer the look of an untucked polo, independent of comfort.




    I’m on the east coast in the DC area and I never tuck my shirt. It’s definetly not a regional thing. The only time anyone has ever said anything is at Congressional...stuffy courses care about things such as this in my experience.
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  • I_HATE_SNOWI_HATE_SNOW Members Posts: 3,234 ✭✭
    Lucky you, I'm allergic to metal so I've always got a shirt tucked in to keep the snap and my belt from getting to me.
  • Jay ZGJay ZG Members Posts: 183 ✭✭
    edited Jul 6, 2018 #23
    nemoblack wrote:


    Must be a regional thing. Here in Colorado, most good (if you want to call them "high end" then so be it) courses have no such rule. Collared shirts is a common rule, but not so much tucking them in.




    I concur. I have weaseled my way onto several private courses listed on Golf Digest's Top 10 for the state of CO and I have seen people wearing untucked shirts at all of them except Cherry Hills.



    Personally, I tuck or untuck based more on length of the shirt than anything else. Shorter shirts I leave untucked because they look fine and will come untucked anyway, longer ones get tucked because they look ridiculous untucked.
  • 4puttJohnny4puttJohnny Members Posts: 458 ✭✭
    I don't like Travis Mathew clothing, but I agree with several posters above -- it is one of the best golf brands for untucked shirs. If you are 5-9 and shorter, untucked polos look like short dresses on you unless you either buy from a short dudes place loke Peter Manning or have them tailored. If 5-9 and under avoid Polo and RLX like a plague if you want to go untucked. They have the longest shirts on the market.
  • Pi5seekerPi5seeker Members Posts: 831 ✭✭
    I tuck my polos in at work but let it all hang out at the course.
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  • ronnbeeronnbee Members Posts: 1,076 ✭✭
    its usually big gut guys (cant tuck in polo shirts)
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  • Carl Spackler3Carl Spackler3 Members Posts: 911 ✭✭
    nemoblack wrote:

    Davidv wrote:


    No such thing as a good looking untucked polo shirt on the golf course. Most decent golf courses have a dress code that require shirts be tucked in.




    Must be a regional thing. Here in Colorado, most good (if you want to call them "high end" then so be it) courses have no such rule. Collared shirts is a common rule, but not so much tucking them in.



    I prefer the look of an untucked polo, independent of comfort.
    arent drugs legal in that state?
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    2putttom wrote:


    21d3aa580c3a94b58c204dc27eaa6169.jpg Huh...whatya think ?
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  • mankumanku Members Posts: 674 ✭✭
    For those who think that shirts should always be tucked in (personally, I think it depends on physique and cut of shirt), I give you the following photo:







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  • CHuntsmanCHuntsman Members Posts: 754 ✭✭
    ronnbee wrote:


    its usually big gut guys (cant tuck in polo shirts)




    Guilty!
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