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Dickies Men's Short Sleeve Sleeve Work Shirt, Khaki, Medium [Apparel]
65/35 Fortrel Poly / Cotton. Color matched to Dickies work pants with Scotchguard Stain Release for easy washing. Two front pockets with button down flaps and long shirttail that doesn't pull out when you reach or bend.
65% Polyester/35% Cotton
5 1/4 ounce poly cotton twill
Extra long tail
Two front pockets
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39 of 39 found the following review helpful:
I have 8 of these shirtsFeb 13, 2008
By Brandon Cotter
I bought my first one of these shirts a couple years ago, and they've since become the bulk of my work wardrobe. They fit well, they look good, and they never need ironing.
32 of 32 found the following review helpful:
Perfect Fit for WorkOct 25, 2011
No gimmicks. No nods to passing fads. Just a solid, well-made, terrific fitting shirt that keeps you comfortable and looking presentable at work. Square bottom looks good untucked and prevents "plumber's crack" when bending. Collar is cut just right so it doesn't choke you or ride up too high. When you're ready to graduate from t-shirts to collared shirts but still use your tools, the 1574 is a great choice.
Note on sizing: I am 6'1" 225 lbs - wide shoulders and a decent sized gut - and the XL fits me very comfortably. Enough room to not bind or pinch.
32 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Form and functionJun 27, 2010
In order of my priorities:
1. DURABILITY. I've done a bit of labor in these, and so far, not a loose thread. Overall, these are built very well.
2. Style: FIT/CUT. I recommend you get the smallest size that gives you the necessary movability and breathing room. I have a lean build (6', 160#), and the medium looks and feels best on me. I purchased one each of two sizes (M & L) to determine which was the best fit for me -- at these prices, why not?
3. Style: COLOR. I bought three colors -- black, khahi and navy. All of them are rich, solid dyes, but the black is especially impressive. It is a jetter black than some dress blacks I own.
4. MAINTENANCE. Using Cheer for Darks in the regular cold/cold cycle, the jet black shirt hasn't faded a bit for over a dozen washes. All of them come wrinkle-free out of the dryer.
Overall: Durable enough for physical work; stylish enough for upscale customer service (at least in black). Highly recommended.
28 of 30 found the following review helpful:
LOVE DICKIES SHIRTSJul 01, 2009
By E. Newell
I have one of these shirts that I LOVE.
I wear a Large which fits my shoulders perfectly and hangs somewhat loosely over my chest and at least 6 inches past my pants line. I love the feel and because I don't tuck it in I get great breezes etc. in the summer heat. It is made of very tough material so I think it will last the color has held through MANY washings of my own and I actually bought it used so who knows what it went through before I got it.
I'm buying four more today in different colors.
UPDATE (July 27th, 2010): I don't know if they changed their sizing but I seem to fit mediums better these days. The shirts I bought last year are holding up well. A little pilling on one of them but the rest are good, especially the ripstop version I bought.
14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Great value,Oct 12, 2007
By James L. Cobb
I wear these to work everyday. Had been getting them at Wal-Mart for the same price ($17.99). I knew what to expect and was not disappointed. I can leave Dickies shirts and pants in the dryer for days and they will still not be too wrinkled to wear. I never loose buttons off of these shirts like happens with others. Now have at least one of every color.
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