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Men's Wrinkle-Free Classic Oxford Cloth Shirt, Traditional Fit
Item #: CA209410
Our tried-and-true men's oxford cloth shirt boasts classic tailoring and meticulous construction details. And the wrinkle-free fabric means you’ll never need to iron it.
Size & Fit
- 36" and 37" sleeve lengths measure 2" longer in the body.
- Each size is proportioned for optimum comfort in a traditional fit.
- Traditional Fit: Relaxed through the chest, sleeve and waist.
Why We Love It
Substantial 5.5 oz. wrinkle-free, no-iron fabric offers exceptional durability, a lustrous finish and expert tailoring – everything you look for in a classic oxford.
Fabric & Care
- 100% cotton (blend of 69% pima and 31% upland).
- Machine wash and dry.
- Gentle collar roll.
- Classic single-needle tailoring, with double-needle stitching at stress seams.
- Shirttail hem.
Men's Wrinkle-Free Classic Oxford Cloth Shirt, Traditional Fit is rated out of 5 by 440.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Larbear from Loosing my business I have bought these shirts for years. I have about 15 short sleeve and long sleeve shirts, I wear them everyday and rotate every two to three days, used to get years of wear now lucky if they last a year or two, am retired so they don't get hard use. The quality of the material has gone way down as they fray on the collars, cuffs around button, have had them tear around buttons on collars and the edges along the front. Prices are getting to high for the quality of the shirts. You could cut costs by sending less catalogs out, I don't need two a month sometimes more, pretty much the same in them.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by OldSchoolFan from Mourning a loss These Wrinkle-Free Classic Oxford Cloth Shirts are really great old-school button down collar shirts. I’ve been wearing them since the 70s when I first entered the workforce. They’re just as well-made as they ever were, and now I don’t have to have them starched any more. They are definitely worth the price. Over the years, though, the fabric itself has gotten thinner — probably to keep the price low. These shirts used to last 8-10 years, even with medium starch. Now they last 3-4 years. Still a good value, but I would much rather pay more for a heftier fabric that would also last a couple years longer.
Date published: 2018-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by shopper1019 from quality is declining still I have a closet full of these shirts going back maybe 15 years. The last 3 to 5 years there is a clear decline in the quality of the shirt. My biggest complaint is that the older shirts are a very heavy robust material that really looks fantastic and shouts quality. Plus it lasts forever. The last 3 to 5 years the fabric has gotten much lighter, and the size of the shirts are a bit smaller. While the price has increased. I dont mind the price increase. but keep the quality. The shirts I received this past week are the lightest fabric yet, and for the first time they have totally dropped below the level of acceptability for me..they look lightweight and cheap I am very disappointed at this decline over the last few years !!!!!
Date published: 2017-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by Confederate68 from Quality I used to buy all my dress shirts from Brooks Bros. or Jos. A. Bank. Not anymore. For one thing, Brooks does not put all of the features in their oxford cloth shirts--no button on the sleeve plackett and no split yoke. They have even quit making their standard full cut; and not only offer a slightly fitted model. And yet they want way more money than you; so forget them. Jos. A. Bank has good shirts; but they don't have the classic weight oxford shirt that you make; only a light fabric of it. So, I'm sticking with you guys for life. I love them; keep on making them.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Shirtsnob from Favorite shirt - sort of I like everything about the LL Bean Wrinkle Free shirts, except - I'll get to that. They fit my slightly overweight body perfectly. The colors are true. They are well-made. They are really wrinkle free, terrific for traveling or for guys that do their own laundry and hate to iron. And the pricing is fantastic. So what's the problem? Stains. Spill the spaghetti sauce, drip the hamburger juice, anything on the shirt, and getting it out is darn near impossible. It must be something about the wrinkle freeness that locks in stains. I've replaced most of mine after a year or two; a testament to my table manners I guess. So, they are not perfect but at these prices, it's ok.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by dgnorfolk from quality has declined I've been buying the Oxford Cloth for 30 years and wear them daily in my profession. They are the closest to true Oxford you can find. I wear them once or twice then launder at the cleaners. Ever since they went to "wrinkle free" they do not hold up. Cotton shirt wearers know not to add starch because it cuts the threads; that is precisely what the "wrinkle free" feature does. I've send a half dozen back but no longer with the new policy. They wear out too fast at the cuffs and elbows and become fishing shirts too soon.
Date published: 2018-09-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by bhamDOC from This shirt has changed I have worn these oxford shirts for the past 10 years and considered them the most comfortable (and durable) work shirts I have ever owned. I recently purchased two shirts and noticed right away that the material was different--thinner and not as soft. I had read another customer's comment about this change, but did not believe it because these shirts have been so consistent over the years. Boy was I wrong.
Date published: 2017-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by Catechumen from Decent Shirts; Need color Pink - a real pink color Pink, Blue, Yellow, White - standard colors for mens' dress shirts. You can add colors (e.g. Orange Pekoe), but you should not neglect the basic four colors. Bean needs to offer this shirt in Pink. That being said - I like these shirts quite a bit. For me an issue with dress shirts has been the length of the body of the shirt and this shirt is pretty decent. Not a fan (i.e., don't like at all) the fused liner in the collar and cuffs. I haven't noticed fraying yet, though the edge of the placket on the darker blue color does seems to be fading. These are full cut shirts and roomy, which I like. Not a fan of non-iron cotton, but, these are passable - though never as comfortable as an un-treated cotton shirt.
Date published: 2017-10-27