Product Spotlight: Navigator Shirts

ChefsCloset.com now carries all your hospitality uniform needs from tops and bottoms to accessories. If you need to outfit hotel, conference center, casino, or resort staff with new uniforms, Chefs Closet has you covered. Get started with the basics like these Navigator Shirts.

Navigator Shirts offer performance poplin with new styling and a soft hand. The fabric stands up to demanding wear making it great for transit, security, or entertainment programs. If you want a branded look, ask about embroidery options which look great on this style.

The best features of all Navigator shirt styles include:

  • Made from a 65% Polyester/ 35% Cotton blend
  • Machine washable, laundry friendly
  • Point collar with permanent stays
  • Two flap pockets with pencil slot
  • Fusible interfacing on collar; epaulets; pocket flaps; placket
  • Moisture wicking fabric is wrinkle resistant
  • Available in light blue or white

Men’s Navigator Shirts

The Men’s Long Sleeve Navigator Shirt gives the professional look of a button-down, collared shirt with added style from the two button-close chest pockets. Choose from men’s sizes S-6XL with a sleeve length of 31, 33, 35, 37 for around $26 each. Buy in quantities of six or 24 to save up to ten percent.

The Short Sleeve Navigator Shirt gives a more casual look that maintains a certain level of professionalism. Available sizes include men’s sizes S-6XL in regular or tall lengths for around $24 each.

Women’s Navigator Shirts

The women’s Long Sleeve Navigator Shirt features the same style and professionalism as the men’s but also includes a straight back yoke seam for a more feminine fit. Sizes range from XXS-3XL for around $26 each.

The women’s Short Sleeve Navigator Shirt also features the back yoke seam and comes in sizes XXS-3XL for around $24 each.

Pair these stylish shirts with khaki bottoms for a more casual, softer look or pair them with black bottoms to get a traditional look. Feel free to mix and match sleeve lengths across jobs. For example, give your outdoor staff short sleeve shirts to keep them cool in the heat and your indoor staff long sleeve shirts since they’ll be in the air conditioning.

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