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Timberland Twill Cargo Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Men)

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About Timberland Twill Cargo Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Men)

Closeouts. Soft, comfortable cotton fabric woven in a handsome, vintage-looking twill makes the Timberland Twill Cargo shirt the sort of casual classic every man loves to own.


Specs about Timberland Twill Cargo Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Men)

  • Cuffs: Two-button
  • Long sleeves
  • Closure: 7 Buttons
  • Length: 30-1/2" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% cotton
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in India
  • US shipments only


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Timberland shirt is a winner.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Baystater from Massachusetts on Thursday, August 17, 2017
This shirt, is very well made. Very comfortable and handsome
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About Timberland

The Timberland footwear brand was officially launched in 1973, more than two decades after founder Nathan Swartz bought an interest in an established shoe company. Eight years earlier, the Swartz family had introduced injection-molding technology to the footwear industry. Today, this revolutionary manufacturing process is still being used to fuse the soles and uppers of Timberland boots without stitching, a process that allows for truly waterproof boots. Over the years, Timberland shoes and boots have continued to advance, incorporating modern features like Active Comfort Technology to provide a balance of cushioning, support and climate control. In 2008, Timberland also became the first footwear company to commercialize the use of rubber from recycled tires.