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- 100% Cotton
- Button closure
- Machine Wash
- Button-front shirt in triple-stitch construction featuring button-down collar and button flap chest pockets
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A micro-sanded and pre-washed finish makes Carhartt's sandstone twill shirt extra comfortable and soft. Made of 8-ounce, 100% cotton it features a button-down collar, flap chest pockets with button closures and a back center box pleat for ease of movement. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability. Field-Tested 100% cotton, heavyweight Triple-stitched main seams Button-down collar
A micro-sanded and pre-washed finish makes our sandstone twill shirt extra comfortable and soft. Made of 8-ounce, 100% cotton it features a button-down collar, flap chest pockets with button closures and a back center box pleat for ease of movement. Main seams are triple-stitched for durability.
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 13 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002G9UETU
- Item model number: S09
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Top Customer Reviews
They are cheaper (less than $30) in a midwestern farm supply store, but for this city slicker Amazon is the way to go.
One note: they tend to run a bit big. Good if you like them roomy, but if you're slim (or just not overweight), consider getting a size smaller than you usually wear. For dress shirts I wear a size 15 neck, 32-33 sleeve and Carhartt's size Small is perfect.
Pros: The material is heavy, but moves with you. In other words, it's not a jacket, but a heavy shirt.
The twill is extremely comfortable. It is very soft, yet you can tell that it's "sturdy" and will wear well.
The Large fits over a heavy T, but fits perfectly without being tight around the middle.
Cons: The sleeves are about an inch short. I have worn a 16x33 in a long sleeve shirt for over 30 years. This is about a 16x31.5, BUT if I had gotten the Tall XL, the cuffs would cover my hands. (See their sizing chart.)
This is not a box cut as the photos show. It's meant to be worn inside the pants. Not a deal breaker, but disappointing.
The label (nylon) stitching at the neck scrapes and chafes. It had to be carefully removed.
Will I buy another? Maybe, but I can't say for certain. If it shrinks in the wash, probably not because I don't want to go through the process of trying an XL. If it doesn't shrink and the shorter sleeves don't "bind" when buttoned, I probably will. Stay tuned for washing results.
This review is for those skinny guys who is wondering if this would fit. I ordered size small. I am 5'7", 115LBS. I was worried I would be swimming in this shirt, but actually it looks quite ok as far as a work shirt goes. The trunk section is not baggy at all and actually perfect. The shoulders and arms look a bit too big for my narrow shoulders but not that bad either. The product photo on the model shows more or less accurately how the shirt fits if you have a well build body. Interestingly, the neck part is small. I have a pretty thin neck and it fits perfectly, so if you have thicker neck you may not be able to close the top button.
The best part of it is that it is large enough that I can wear Pendleton wool plaid shirt underneath. In this combo the fit looks perfect on me. It is not constraining at all and I can still move around. So for me this doubles as a WORKMAN-CHIC shirt jacket for cold days.
Many reviewers complain about the shortness of the sleeves. For me it is perfect. However, I have not washed the shirt yet, so if it shrinks it would be a bit too short. I always line-dry my clothes and never use dryers (Dryers shortens the longevity of the clothing. Why contribute to the carbon emission when you can just let the sun do the job?) so hopefully the sleeves would not shrink much.
Dark brown is really dark brown. It' a chocolate or coffee color. Love it!
Thick and sturdy but not too stiff. Perfect. The weave is tight enough so that in future I might experiment with Otter wax and make it into a water resistant shirt-jack.
There are some loose threads in the button holes. Otherwise it is nicely sewn. Mine is made in Nicaragua.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This shirt has held up well after many washings, and fit as expected.Published 1 month ago by M. Donaldson
Feels durable and likely to take beating. I don't work outdoors or adventure much, but like dressing like I do! :PPublished 1 month ago by Carlos Paulet
This is a quality shirt. Very well made. It it very thick and almost feels more like a light jacket.Published 1 month ago by Colin Weaver