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Haggar Men's Fitted Mechanical Stretch Solid Long-Sleeve Dress Shirt

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  • 55% Cotton/45% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Button-up dress shirt featuring point collar, seamless French placket, and single-button cuffs
  • Long sleeves

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Mechanical stretch poplin solid long sleeve fitted point collar dress shirt

  • ASIN: B00GBVNW9I
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Nicaragua
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,294 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Mader on July 15, 2014
    Size: 15" Neck 32/33" SleeveColor: Light Blue Verified Purchase
    The fit is great, a slim fit fit for the office. The fabric, however, is thin and very cheap feeling. You can see my undershirt through this shirt just slightly more noticeably than in my typical shirt. Will I wear it again? Probably. Would I buy it again? Probably not.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Junkin-Mills VINE VOICE on August 29, 2014
    Size: 17" Neck 34/35" SleeveColor: White Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    I picked this shirt up for my 17 yo son; he's a 3-sport varsity athlete and they are required to dress up for game days. It's a little more casual than some dress shirts I buy him (CK on sale at discount stores), but it looks great on him.

    PROS:
    + The "fitted" cut is like a slim cut (but not an "extreme" slim cut which we bought once by mistake and my son hated). Looks great on an athletic build. I got the 17 neck because his winter sport is wrestling and he has a thick neck.
    + Looks great untucked, not sloppy like longer-tailed shirts. I actually wouldn't have thought of this (single mom, doing my best) except that the product picture shows it untucked.
    + Looks great with the top button unbuttoned, not sloppy- just "cool".
    + Not completely wrinkle free - but good enough for a teenager if we hang it right after the dryer.

    BE AWARE:
    I don't know the "man" name for it, but the collar doesn't look right with a tie. So if you need a button-to-the-top, wear-with-a-tie shirt, you may not like this. But for a bit of a casual flair in your dress shirt, this is great.

    CONS:
    - As others have said, very thin. I didn't think I'd care because my son always wears an undershirt with dress shirts anyway... but it also feels really thin (not soft). Doesn't bother my teen but I don't love it.

    BOTTOM LINE:
    Not super-dressy, not super-fitted, just right for slightly dressing up. In women's terms I'd call this Casual Dressy.
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    This shirt is not for everybody but it is definitely for some people. It works perfectly for me because:

    * I can wear it without tucking it in. Look, I'm a grown up with kids. But I don't like tucking in shirts. Look at the product photos. This shirt is cut so that it does not have to be tucked in.

    * Pretty darn wrinkle free. I know there's a review that says it wrinkles. My shirt, the one I got, is 45% polyester. Ever seen a 45% polyester shirt that wrinkles easily? The way to handle it is to pull it out of the dryer before it's completely dry and then just hang it up on a garment rack or something outside a closet to let it finish drying. No ironing is needed, not on this 45% polyester shirt.

    * I wear this shirt with a white T-shirt. I tuck in the white T-shirt, but not this long sleeve shirt. Yes, everybody can see that I have a white T-shirt on and that I've got the top one or two buttons unbuttoned. That's ok, it's a good look for a long sleeve shirt that one doesn't tuck in.

    * It's fitted. The product photo is accurate. It's got the French and the British cut, which works exactly for me. If we had that cut in the U.S., I'd buy off the rack. Instead I have to buy British shirts which is more expensive probably due to shipping. I buy my shirts from Charles Tyrwhitt which are finer shirts and expensive except for the sales. Tyrwhitt shirts are usually about 50 bucks but they are 100% cotton unlike this shirt.

    * It's got a "point collar." This is a casual collar that does not go with ties. For this reason, one does not wear a necktie with this shirt. Also, it wouldn't look right to wear a necktie with a shirt that isn't tucked in.

    * I got the sand color. It is good with jeans, real good.
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Seadollar50 on July 19, 2014
    Size: 16.5" Neck 32/33" SleeveColor: Pink Verified Purchase
    I won't be buying this brand again. Had so much wrinkling after laundering it was unbelievable compared to my husbands other shirts!
    Also the shirt is fitted but still much bigger in the waist area than any other fitted shirts he has. My husband works out and the 16 1/2 x 32/33 is fine in the neck, shoulders and arm length but too big in the waist. This shirt is made from thin material as the other interview mentioned, however this doesn't bother him since he wanted a long sleeved shirt to wear in the summer and does not wear an undershirt with it. So if you're looking for an inexpensive lightweight shirt and don't mind a lot of ironing you will probably like it.
    The color is nice too.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Booklover VINE VOICE on August 30, 2014
    Size: 15.5" Neck 32/33" SleeveColor: White Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    I have 2 major problems with this item, one for me, is a deal breaker. The first problem is it arrived with metal clips holding the folds in place. There was no rust on the shirt itself, but the possibility is there. So be aware of that fact.
    ***
    The deal breaker for me, is that three buttons are sewn with blue thread, while the others are sewn with white thread (on a white shirt). Perhaps this is a new fashion statement. The bottom most button on the front of the shirt has blue thread used for both the button hole and to sew the button in place. Above the cuffs there is a (I don't know what to call it) slit in the sleeve. There are two buttons on the cuffs with white thread for the button holes and to sew the buttons on. In the slit (which is finished) there is a third button, where they again used blue thread for the button hole and to sew the button on.
    ***
    I have been sewing my own clothes for about 40 years. I have never used a different color of thread for some buttons on a garment. If the blue thread on some buttons doesn't bother you, by all means give this shirt a try. It is well made other than the different colors of thread.
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