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Wrinkle-Free Classic Oxford Cloth Shirt, Traditional Fit
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
- Traditional Fit: Relaxed through the chest, sleeve and waist.
- 36" and 37" sleeve lengths measure 2" longer in the body.
- Each size is proportioned for optimum comfort in a traditional fit.
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.
- Four-piece split back yoke allows a more natural fit through the shoulders.
- Gentle collar roll.
- Classic single-needle tailoring, with double-needle stitching at stress seams.
- Shirttail hem.
Wrinkle-Free Classic Oxford Cloth Shirt, Traditional Fit is rated out of 5 by 640.
Rated 2 out of 5 by GCSitts from Disappointed. Buttons, Material & Company Decline As others have complained, I found the material not soft and comfortable like I would expect Oxford cloth, even after several washings. And, where's the second cuff button? Dress shirts traditionally have two buttons on each cuff so they can be chosen for fit to wrist. This version has only one. I have a medium size wrist and this looks like I have a stovepipe cuff. If it were better quality material I would reset the buttons, but, well, the shirt isn't worth the effort. I've been proud to wear LLBean's quality products since my parents bought me some for Christmas seventy years ago. Last few years I find myself looking them over but then buying elsewhere. Sad.
Date published: 2016-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by PassatDoc from "Doctor, who does your shirts?" I get this all the time from fastidious European patients, all of whom want the name of my dry cleaner/laundry. My answer: "Frigidaire". As long as you dry these shirts in a dryer with a bona fide Permanent Press cycle (starts out warm, cools down to room temp at end cycle), and preferably with a moisture sensor as well, you simply hang them up, straight from the dryer, and they look as if you spent $5 to have them professionally laundered. I have wrinkle-free Oxford shirts from 2006 that still look new, and as of yet have not had to retire a single one due to wear. Dress at my office is "office casual": khakis and a dress shirt suffice.
Date published: 2013-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by avodoc from Great, but they don't last very long I've decided that there must be something about the process that makes them iron-free that also makes them less durable. I will say that they come out of the dryer looking like they were just ironed, and ironed well. However I've had several of these shirts and they last about 2 to 3 years and then start to completely wear out. That's less than half the life I get from regular oxford cotton shirts. What happens is that all of a sudden I start to get holes in the elbows, fraying along the edge of the seams and around the collar. They seem to sort of go all at once. I continue to buy them because the no-iron aspect is so handy, I just know that they are not going to last very long.
Date published: 2015-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by pensatl1962 from Whoa! What happened? Way too small! I just received three wrinkle-resistant oxford shirts that I ordered in my standard size, and they are incredibly undersized. There is absolutely no give - I cannot bring my arms back at all without the chest becoming tight and the buttons stressing. And these are 100% cotton, so I shudder to think what would happen after a wash cycle. I have no idea what happened because these shirts used to be so reliable. I am extremely disappointed! I am not fat by any means and have no belly. However, these shirts are sized for someone in their teens or their 20's. These are all going back, and sadly, I'll have to shop locally for something I can try on in person.
Date published: 2014-05-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Geschichtlich from Cut too full and weirdly tailored...... If the shirt I received is actually slim fit, I shudder to think of the circus tent that a traditional-fitted version must be. My Bean casual tartan buttondown is cut more flatteringly. The wrist cuffs were clearly for an enormously fat-wristed person and looked preposterous. The collar looked and felt excessively stiff and had an unnatural roll, holding a tie only awkwardly. Not at all like the gorgeous old Bean oxfords I inherited from my father and which I still wear weekly. They came in only one fit, were made of a beefy oxford cloth, look great on a normally proportioned guy, and have a terrific, Brooks-like collar roll. Bring them back, Bean!
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by WebsterTwpBill from One of few dress shirts w/ neck/sleeve combos I've depended on these shirts for more than 20 years. In other lines (even at fancy department stores), it's hard to find a full selection of both neck sizes and sleeve lengths. I wear a 16 by 33. "Medium" shirts have sleeves that are too short and "large" are too long. Clean, traditional style. Comfortable. These shirts last and last. Very durable fabric. Even after the cuffs get frayed, I roll them up a couple turns and keep wearing them. The colors look new after dozens of washing. The buttons stay on for years (have never had one fall off). They do indeed come out of the dryer ready to wear with a suit, even after many washings.
Date published: 2014-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by IndianaBirder from Great Shirt BUT... I have purchased at least a dozen of the wrinkle free classic oxford. They come out of the dryer ready to hang up or wear. However, I believe something goes wrong in the pressing process or somewhere which compromises the durability of the creases. The last shirt I bought, salmon colored, the collar has already worn through. I have often had sleeves creases wear out. I wear these shirts about once a week and wash on the gentle cycle and do timed dry to minimize the wear and tear. I am not going have them dry cleaned. If you are buying these for occasional wear they will serve you well but for longer haul you might be disappointed. P.S. I just noticed when posting pictures it seems to tend to be the tatersall with the most problems.
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by SoSo from SoSo I too have bought LL Bean oxford shirts forever and totally agree with a previous post (below). The shirt lacks the softness and comfort of its predecessor by a mile. New "non wrinkle resistant" feels like your wearing a starched business shirt. Not comfortable at all! I have a couple old and a couple new and its always the old shirts that I wear. I won't buy another "wrinkle resistant", permanent crease shirt. This goes for all Beans wrinkle resistant merchandise. Bring back the old! Please!! "Have bought LL Bean oxford shirts for years, but the wrinkle resistant finish leaves the shirt lacking the feel and softness and comfortable fit that the regular (non wrinkle resistant) shirts offered."
Date published: 2008-12-12