Reviewed by Violinist Michael from NY on Saturday, January 10, 2015
This was the only shirt out of 3 that I ordered that I like. The material is high end, stitching is good , and cuffs are not whacked like some of the [...] French cuffs on here. It's made in Indonesia, but the craftsmanship might pass for Irish... If you are Italian, and your friends are too... Be hesitant.
Reviewed by ExpertWitness from USA on Friday, August 22, 2014
Fabric is quite heavy for a dress shirt, as another reviewer also commented about. And the fabric is very smooth / shiny / slippery. Came with the Ike Behar MSRP tag on it, which is sixty dollars -- not the value that is claimed by STP.
Reviewed by moogie from Philadelphia on Monday, February 17, 2014
Beautiful fabric , beautiful fit!
Our premier men's store here in Philadelphia has stopped carrying full cut Ike Behar shirts. Says the manufacturer has stopped making them. Really?
The charge $125.00 on up for Behar.
We buy at Sierra.
Reviewed by Nusantara from NY, NY on Thursday, August 1, 2013
I agree with the other reviews - these are top quality dress shirts. The twill is a bit thick but the blue cotton does have an excellent appearance and look. With special discounts, these shirt is an excellent deal and you receive a top notch dress-shirt.
Reviewed by Overdressed from The Pacific NW on Saturday, March 2, 2013
Ike Behar shirts can be very nice; these are among the nicer ones I've bought. The details all seem very high quality, and the fit suits me well. I appreciate having longer sleeve lengths available. The only thing I'm not wild about is the shape of the french cuff - the square edge of the folded back cuff is very classic, but compared to a mitered corner, it tends to hang up on jacket sleeves and/or tend to dogear over some during wear. The thing that I LOVE about this shirt is the icy deep indigo look of the blue shirt. The shirt is a bit sheeny, but coupled with the texture of the twill and the deep, deep blue color, it is THE blue shirt of choice for some of my sportcoats that demand a blue shirt to pop. Not everybody will be into it, but I really like the look. The white shirt is more standard looking, and whether or not you want the texture and bulk of the twill would be the deciding factor.