Men's Signature 1933 Chamois Cloth Shirt, Slim Fit, Plaid
Item #: XQ290020
The slimmest-fitting chamois flannel shirt. The same incomparable softness and comfort of our famous chamois flannel, in a more streamlined fit.
Size & Fit
- Slim Fit: Cut slim through the chest, sleeve and waist.
Fabric & Care
- 100% 7.8 oz. cotton flannel woven in Portugal.
- Machine wash and dry.
- Brushed and garment-washed for a vintage broken-in feel that only gets better with wear.
- Wear it as a close-fitting over-shirt or a casually untucked layer.
- Angled flap pockets with custom buttons.
- Spread collar.
- Shirttail hem.
Men's Signature 1933 Chamois Cloth Shirt, Slim Fit, Plaid is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 403.
Rated 5 out of 5 by SamInCO from Happy to find this! I had a women's ivory chamois shirt that I wore for ten years. I wore it all the time -- skiing on Friday, over jammies on Saturday, as a jacket to church Sunday. Well, last year it got a hole in it. I ordered a few more and they weren't the same. Not as thick, not as soft, not the same fit. I thought I'd just be patient and wait for the winter catalog. No women's chamois shirts this year! A sales lady recommended that I try the signature men's slim fit. I'm forever grateful. The sleeves are a little long but I like a cuff anyhow. They are the same thickness, softness, and fit of my old favorite shirt. I bought two. Now if it just came in ivory...
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by DanC97x from An excellent shirt for the money. I read the reviews before I bought this. The 1 star reviews were laughable and didn't speak to the quality or value of this shirt. The shirt is very well made and I found the fit perfect. The material is nicely finished and feels great against the skin, very soft and comfortable. Here in Texas this will get by as a winter jacket. For a $50 shirt it exceeds quality of most shirts in that price range. You won't be disappointed buying one if you want a great looking, comfortable warm shirt to throw on when the chilly days arrive. I'm glad I ignored the negative reviews and bought it.
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kaiser Bill from Drop in Quality I have bought or was given moleskin shirts from LL Bean the last two years, and loved them. Four of them hang in my closet. This year the company turned to cheaper ways: the material is thinner and the shirts are not cut as full. After I put them on I raised my arms felt how tight the shirt fit across my back. Despite this the price per shirt remains high. I've paid more in the past to get quality from LLB, but not this year. I sent my two shirts back for a refund. I'm a fan of the company and I trust this is not indicative of a trend. I found better quality this year at other outlets.
Date published: 2021-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Michael M from Satisfied with Flannel NOT Chamois Shirt Overall, I am happy with the purchase. I bought the Port color, and I like the pattern/colors. In addition, the Medium Tall fit perfectly for almost 6’4” 190lbs — a little snug in the shoulders, which would probably be a little challenging if you are working a job (but that’s not what I am wearing it for). The reason I gave it 4 stars is: it’s definitely NOT a chamois shirt; it is a flannel. I have other LL Bean chamois shirts and other brands of chamois shirts, and this indubitably a flannel. Given that fact, I feel it’s a bit overpriced and should be more in the 60 dollar range — despite this issue, I am still generally satisfied with this shirt.
Date published: 2022-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by brahms4 from Details on fit Since there seems to be a range of comments about fit in other comments, I thought I'd share my experience with this shirt, which I got for Christmas. The fit on me is close to perfect. It's definitely a slim cut, especially by traditional LLBean standards. My neck size is 15 1/2 and sleeve length 16. My jacket size is a 40L. I have very low body fat and am pretty athletic. I got the medium tall and, as I said, the fit is great. I can imagine that someone with a very muscular physique might find this a little tight, but I was thrilled to get something that wasn't so voluminous. Apart from the fit, it's a great cold weather shirt.
Date published: 2014-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whynotnickname from As in the days of od If you are looking for the type of LL Bean chamois available in the late 1970s or earlier, this is it. Yes it is a slimmer and slightly shorter cut than the old shirts (although the sleeve length is correct), but the fabric and buttons are like the old shirts. I am 5'10", 158 LBS and the medium is a great fit. The shirt I've had for a year now still looks perfect. I machine wash, but never use the dryer for this shirt. Line drying or drying on a hanger results in a wrinkle free shirt. I am not a fan of the modern LL Bean chamois shirts -- the fabric is too puffy, is napped inside and out, and pills over time like synthetic fleece. The buttons are too small, too. In the Signature shirts, the nap is on the outside and wears well without any pilling.
Date published: 2014-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dabrador from A flannel that fits! Finally, I found a flannel shirt that fits. Most flannels that claim to be fitted are not. I don't want to be swimming in a shirt when I wear it. In addition, most are too long to be left untucked. This shirt is perfect! The fit is spot on and the length is just right. In addition, the fabric is exactly what I think of when it comes to flannel...the perfect weight and hand. For reference, a medium fits me perfectly...40 inch chest, 32 waist, 32 sleeve. The shirt is so good, I bought two. And it looks great with the Mountain Pile Fleece Vest. Thanks LLBean for making a flannel shirt that fits!
Date published: 2019-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarknNorCal from Awesome! This shirt is fantastic! A perfect fit. Not so fitted I feel like I squeezed into it, and too not baggy or loose either. It's true to it's size. I liked it so well I bought one in black and one in gray. Those 2 colors often go with everything. The buttons are glossy and off set the shirt very well. The fabric is just warm enough for the fairly mild winters we have in the bay area. Most of the time I don't even need a jacket with this shirt, yet the fabric is thin enough to tuck in if I want to. I noticed it did shrink just a little bit after I took it out of the dryer, so next time I will just hang it in the shower to dry.
Date published: 2011-12-01
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