Sorry for the delay in providing my feedback, but I've been busy and I wanted to wear it on a warmer day.
Fit – It fits me perfectly. I’m a tweener on size, I need XL for length (so that I can keep it tucked in) but a L around the chest. Overall the fit was as good or better than most of the shirts I wear.
Color/Fabric – Really like the blue with black in the background. Very versatile. I, as well as most of the people I play with. like the solids or subtle/simple designs. Not sure of the apparel lingo for fabric construction, but it reminded me of a Peter Millar or Straight Down shirt.
Playability – Great, no restrictions.
Collar – Obviously this is the biggest difference from other shirts, and I understand the purpose. It looked a little different when I first put it on, however I didn’t notice it while playing. I believe there is a market for this. When it's really hot or I’m playing in the CA desert or AZ, many times I wear my collar up to protect my neck. Secondly, I’ve ruined more white golf shirts than I can count by wearing sunblock (on my neck) over the last couple of years. I don’t know if it is something in all sunblocks (spray or lotion), but the collars of white shirts discolor and are ruined (all brands) when I wear it. It’s to the point where I haven’t bought many white shirts lately or I only wear them on days when it’s cold and I don’t need sunblock on my neck. The CoLLo collar covered or protected my entire neck. As a side note, I also see a lot more people these days wearing just sleeves over their arms to protect against the sun's rays.
Logo - solid
Wash – Haven’t done my laundry yet but normally I hang dry all my shirts so that they don’t shrink in length (making them too short to tuck in the next time I wear them).
Hopefully this helps and is some decent feedback. I typically wear all types of golf shirts. I normally buy logo'd shirts at cool courses I’ve played instead of choosing by brand. Most of the shirts in my closest are Peter Millar (summer comfort), Straight Down, Travis Matthew, Adidas, or Matte Grey, but I definitely see myself being a customer of CoLLo as well.
If you have any questions or if I missed anything just let me know.
I have been wearing my CoLLo clothing in competition for a while now. Not only does it look good but I am also able to feel secure that Im keeping my skin protected at times. The long sleeves are extremely comfortable to wear and they do not get hot despite living in 100+ degree weather. I know that Im putting on the best shirt money can buy every time I put it on!