How does it compare to CloudSpun?These arrived today. I tried on the neck shield. It’s super comfortable and has a seam. However it is on the smaller side of these items. I would say it’s smaller than the mission brand one, and bigger than the S/M size of the Columbia ones, but smaller than the L/XL. My neck size is a 16” in collared shirts, and I think this is just about as small as I would want to go. It seems to be comparable to the Buff brand ones I have. Looks awesome and great material.
The shirt is awesome and looks great in person. It will be my go-to summer shirt. The material is really soft but still has a tech feel and look. I love it.
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I’m out of town right now so I can’t check side by side until tomorrow. But from my brief interaction with both, I would say that the cloudspun is a bit softer, almost like you would expect from something cotton based, and the MATTR is a bit more tech feeling, if that makes sense. More of a higher quality shirt that would be similar to what you expect from a golf shirt, but softer.How does it compare to CloudSpun?
Thanks for breaking down sizing and comparing to Mission
Pretty sure it's the same shirt. I think most of the Puma tour stuff has larger logos than the retail versions, so they probably changed the color of the cat logo to black to stand out more on tv.Upon further review his has a black puma on right side chest. Not sure this is it. It’s pink, has black in armpit area, idk..
MATTR > CloudspunOrdered a bunch of Puma stuff last week and today was the first day I went out golfing in a MATTR polo. Wow it is the best hot weather shirt I have worn out golfing. The shirt never stuck to me while I was sweating and it wicked the moisture away and never felt heavy.