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5 / 5
September 28, 2015
Concept great
The colors are great. I'm writing about the blue color. Please offer this in the same traditional cut as the canvas shirt. On this shirt the shoulders... more
Iowa
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50 out of 52 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
August 17, 2015
New Favorite
I bought this shirt for my husband. He loves natural fabrics. It has quickly become his favorite shirt. Unfortunately, we went to LLBean this past week... more
Milton twp maine
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9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
June 25, 2015
Make it Wrinkle Resistant, please
This is a great shirt. Large Tall for 6'2" 172 lbs. fit very nicely. After sitting for a minute while putting on my shoes and socks, the front of the shirt... more
chicago-land
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torchMC May 7, 2018
NO! NO! NO! Do not make it wrinkle resistant! You have already ruined the beautiful feel of cotton with those horrible no-iron treatments!
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16 out of 35 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
June 25, 2015
nice relaxed soft comfortable shirt
I read a review from a customer that complained about the wrinkles. It's unfortunate that he wasn't aware that this is characteristic of linen fabric.... more
western oregon
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22 out of 24 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
May 16, 2015
I love my linen shirts....
Linen is not for everyone as are all shirts. I have pinpoint oxford shirts for dressier wear when I want a crisp no wrinkled look. I have seer sucker shirts... more
Columbia, SC
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27 out of 31 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
May 8, 2015
Linen Shirts
I purchased 2 Linen shirts for my husband. Both my husband and myself are very disappointed in the shirts. It is almost impossible to iron them and when... more
Aurora, Co
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mlsmsw June 17, 2017
Who wears linen to the office?! Linen is not meant to look like a crisp dress shirt. It is expected to have wrinkles and drape. If you want to "clean it up" a bit with an iron, you must iron the garment wet, or spray it with water as you apply a hot iron. But, expect it to wrinkle through the day. It is a casual fabric, meant for casual wear.
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farmgill July 31, 2015
We are talking about linen fabric - that is what it does... wrinkle. Soft and crumpled is how linen is supposed to look... for thousands of years! It is wonderfully cool and breaths better than any other fabric - please lets not chemically treat it to be less wrinkled! Just enjoy it or buy cotton.
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athomeinthewoods May 10, 2015
It's 100% linen, which means it's cool, breathable, and wrinkles like mad. This is true of all linen garments. They're meant to be pretty casual. If you're really concerned about wrinkles, linen probably isn't the material you want.
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14 out of 94 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
March 28, 2015
More slim fit than slightly fitted
I have slightly fitted shirts and this one fits completely different. Much smaller. It's a shame too because it was such a nice shirt, breathable fabric,... more
Dallas Texas
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BigTummyGuy May 22, 2015
You confirm exactly what I was afraid of. Three years ago I bought five wonderful, full cut, linen shirts at LL Bean. I wore them every day each year from May through September. I loved them. I wore them out. Now, they can't be replaced! The only style you now sell is this 'slightly fitted'. I can only fit in a seriously full cut shirt. And I love linen shirts. I am very sad.
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25 out of 26 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
September 17, 2014
Great shirt with a nice fit and feel
It's hard to find real linen shirts that don't cost a fortune, and we stumbled on these in an LL Bean store. Decided we liked the first two so much that... more
Southern VT
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20 out of 20 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
September 17, 2014
Excellent fit and finish.
I am north of 40 years old. I am 6'1" tall. 210 pounds. Athletic. And I like quiet walks on the beach. Haha. I have a long torso. And long arms. The LL... more
Pasadena, CA.
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14 out of 18 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
September 17, 2014
No Medium Size
I liked the medium sized short-sleeve shirts purchased for summer so much that I wanted to also get the long-sleeve version for fall wear. However, the... more
Camden, SC
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SanybelOne July 8, 2016
Thank you L.L. Bean for carrying tall sizes. Two recommendations: 1. Find current customers that have ordered from the tall collection and see how your clothing hangs/moves on them. This may provide some insight for future design and increase sales and satisfaction. 2. Ask the same customers which styles (short sleeve vs. long) they prefer (solids/stripped/floral/etc.) and colors. My personal preference is long sleeve. Living in Florida the long sleeve gives me built in sunscreen and no see um protection). In the Midwest mosquito protection. Be well
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5 out of 50 found this review helpful.
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