Reviewed by brand54 from Bronx, NY on Monday, January 3, 2011
Without getting overly emotional or overstating the issue this shirt clearly represents the kind of old world quality that American textile manufacturing has steered away from for several decades already for sure. Why? you ask. Well it's just not cost effect to present a product to market with so ma...
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Reviewed by SilveryWings from Pacific Northwest on Thursday, October 13, 2011
I'm pretty sure I have nearly 200 dress shirts in my closet, but I've never owned one made of wool before. These shirts are a "blend" and not 100% Merino, so therefore they are a bit itchy and scratchy. But, if you wear a cotton undershirt with it you hardly notice this. Like other RTK shirts, it's very well made and the fabric is high end! I purchased the "Frosty Green" and loved the color. Wear in cooler enviorns and consult Google for tips on cleaning and care if you are worried about the "dry clean only" rule with wool. Overall, GREAT!
Reviewed by Shirthappens from usa on Wednesday, August 24, 2011
know your size. it's a great shirt and it is sized correctly, but 16-16.5 sleeve 35 is an XL (too small for me). Well made. The wool is "new wool" not specifically merino, and slightly itchy if you have sensitive skin.
Answered on 1/7/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Don't know about regular washing, but I did wash with one of those dryclean at home products that you use in the dryer, and it came out okay. I like my shirt enough that I amy just not wear it that much and dryclean it when it needs it.
Answered on 1/10/2011 12:00:00 AM by RxDx from Ann Arbor
It washes just fine. hangs great w/ no iron needed.
Answered on 3/30/2011 12:00:00 AM by Tom from Mpls
Dear David,|wash it on a gentle cycle and hang it on the line ( I sometimes use a wire hanger and often get away with not ironing it) and it will last for years. Even an ordinary cotton cycle will be OK, but I like to take a bit of extra care.
Answered on 7/15/2011 12:00:00 AM by Champagne Tastes, Beer Income from Sydney, Australia
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