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Haggar Men's Regular-Fit Poplin Patterned Dress Shirt
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- 60% Cotton/40% Polyester
- Machine Wash
- Long-sleeve dress shirt featuring spread collar and rounded single-button cuff
- No pocket
- Regular fit
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- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00GBVNTG4
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 28, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
The shirt itself has features that you typically find on more expensive shirts. You have a horizontal bottom button that also has a contrasting button hole thread. Removable collar stays are included and appreciated.
You get, and this was surprising to me, gussets! Gussets are little pieces of fabric, triangular shaped, that are sewn into the spot on the shirt where the side seam meets the hem. This is where most tears happen, but a gusset protects it and keeps it from ripping. Lower-cost shirts don't typically include gussets because they are a pain in the butt to put in, but Haggar has really gone the extra mile here.
The collar has good structure and gives the shirt an overall crisp appearance. It has a fairly stiff feel to it and looks like it will hold up over time. The collar does have some interlining going on, which is a good thing (interlining is an extra piece of fabric sewn into the collar to help it stay crisp and adds durability). Cuffs are rounded (not barrel, since there are no sharp edges), and there is no shirt pocket (which I like, since I think shirt pockets tend to distract and make the shirt look less crisp). There doesn't appear to be interlining in the cuffs, but that's a fairly rare thing anyway and no marks off for it.
Fit is as expected. A little disgression here - products from different clothing manufacturers tend to fit differently, so when trying on a shirt from a label you've not worn before, it's a good thing to try different sizes.Read more ›
I love how these shirts are now packaged. I have had no end of grief trying to unfold dress shirts from their pin-cushioned chasms of misery and blood-splatter. But no more! There were 3 paperclip-like clips on this shirt. It was amazing.
Aside from the philosophical question if they used to put the million pins in a shirt before to test human endurance or just for fun, is the question of why they didn’t change this sooner. I’m just glad they finally did.
The positives: It's a nice looking shirt. The fabric is well finished but a bit thin since you can see the care label through the cloth against my undershirt. The stitching was uniform and I saw no loose threads. Overall, the quality was very high. Packaging was extremely good and they used three small metal clips instead of the myriad of pins you so often see in a dress shirt which can frequently damage the fabric. Nearly all of the packaging was recyclable except for the outer bag, and the two collar stiffeners.
Another slight negative was having to turn the shirt inside out to wash it, but compared to the fit issues, that's a minor complaint.
This review isn't an indictment of the Haggar brand in any way. I suspect what happened is that some shirts may have been mislabeled and they're making their way through the system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sorry, I'm afraid my stomach is a size 18 while the rest of me is a 171/2 . I was disappointed that there was no pocket, but the color was just right.Published 2 months ago by Ivan K. Clements
Didn't read description well enough to realize there's no front pocket. Other than that it's ok.Published 2 months ago by Phillip Dickson
This is a really nice shirt, but it is a bit tight on the mid section. This is clearly the shirt's fault and not the fact that I am 60lbs overweight and refuse proper diet and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dylan J Robinson