Wrinkle-Free Pinpoint Oxford Relaxed Fit Long-Sleeve Shirt - Seasonal Pattern
- 100% Cotton
- Moisture Wicking
- Wrinkle Free
The idea of no wrinkles is reason enough that this pinpoint oxford shirt is a bestseller. But the ComfortCloth cotton is also breathable and moisture wicking for exceptional, all-day comfort.
- Fused collar construction ensures crisp, smooth appearance
- Perfect buttonhole eliminates stray threads
- Pucker-free seam construction
- Relaxed. A generous fit. Relaxed on body.
- 100% cotton
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- Yes, I recommend this productSonoma famGender FemaleHeight 5'8"Type RegularActivityWear to WorkPros easy care, no iron, good fabric.Cons cuffs wore out easilyFitness meter label is moderately largeFit:SmallLargeMy husband says this is his favorite work shirt.Apr 11, 2018
This shirt is one of my husband's favorite. He wears it to week almost weekly. It's easy care fabric.
- Yes, I recommend this productcGender MaleHeight 6'3"Type TallActivityWear to WorkProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargewhere is the "RELAXED FIT" signature twillAug 13, 2017
from my understanding the signature twill no longer comes in a relaxed fit. this is too bad for some of us former athletes with broad shoulders and long arms. i tried the classic fit, and it is just not proportioned like the relaxed fit. over the last few years Eddie Bauer has changed the cut of their shirts making them a bit tighter for us more athletic types. i always thought the signature twill was their 'signature shirt', apparently not. i wish they would keep the signature series, add the relaxed fit size, and have some more 'solid' color selections......the prices are up there so why not?
- DuderGender MaleHeightType RegularActivityProsConsCareful - Mismatched Size Labels!Oct 16, 2020
I have ordered this style in the past and have been pleased with it. I have been buying EB clothing and gear for 30 years but might have hit a wall.... I recently ordered the dark pine shirt in relaxed fit. Although the shirt's bar code tag showed relaxed fit ("RLX"), the shirt label and actual size was "classic" fit - see image. I returned it and after being assured by Customer Service that the relaxed fit was in stock, I re-ordered it. Again I was sent a shirt with mis-matched size labels - bar code tag vs shirt label. This time Customer Service suggested if I really want the shirt just keep re-ordering it until they send the right size. What? Who's in charge of basic Quality Control?