Customer Reviews Of:
Pendleton Metro Shirt - Wrinkle Resistant Cotton, Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. Send the iron packing! Pendleton's Metro shirt is fashioned from wrinkle-resistant cotton for an always-polished appearance.
Average Rating based on 6 reviews 3.500000 0 5
Reviewed by Steve the construction guy from Colorado on Friday, May 16, 2014I bought the blue plaid version of this shirt. I am a size Large & 6'2". The arms were an 1 1/2" too short - body length & width were fine. So I took it over to the alterationist & had her make me a short sleeve summer shirt. Beware the arm length!!
Reviewed by Weather Guy from Michigan on Friday, April 4, 2014Shirt was suppose to be wrinkle free, but it is not!
It had to be ironed after first wash.
Reviewed by Haflerman from Loveland, CO on Wednesday, January 22, 2014The fabric is fabulous on this shirt! Some of the best, tightly woven twill I've ever seen. unfortunately, the sleeves shrunk and ended up being far too short to be acceptable. Additionally, the shirt's description says "Send the iron packing"....not true! It wrinkles horribly. if you're looking for a no iron shirt, look elsewhere!
Reviewed by Kristicookie from Oklahoma on Monday, January 6, 2014I purchased a shirt for my husband, he liked it so much we bought more for other family members for Christmas!
Reviewed by Pendleton from Oregon on Monday, December 16, 2013Good-looking shirt!
Reviewed by KatsNKanine from Washington State on Saturday, December 29, 2012This shirt is not up to the quality of Pendleton I have known and loved for many years. The colors are beautiful, the construction is high quality, but the fabric is unsatisfactory. Definitely not wrinkle resistant. It's a bit stiff. Not soft at all, as 100% cotton should be. After laundering per the label instructions, and drying on delicate, the fabric was crumpled like a paper bag. Even after steam ironing, the fabric retained light crumpling all over. I would send it back except that I got it on a deep discount sale and it's not worth my time to go to the post office and then have my refund reduced by shipping costs.