Men's Regular Traditional Fit Oxford Dress Shirt
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The King of the Oxfords.
- Value-packed, with soft yet robust fabric
- Traditional Fit: the classic American cut, Compare fit options
- Buttondown collar
- Perfect fit: your exact neck and sleeve sizes
- Monogram It!
The goal of the Original Oxford? To deliver the world's greatest dress shirt value. With an authentic mitered four-piece yoke, single-needle seams, bowling-ball-tough buttons — plus extra-long sleeve plackets and shirttails, and more. You could pay twice the price and not get all these features. 100% cotton. Machine wash. Imported.
Men's Traditional Fit Oxford Dress Shirt
Requiem for the Original Oxford
Never had any problem with the sizing of these shirts myself. That's always been one of the few consistent things about them. And as someone who wears 14.5 x 32 -- a size rarely found in department stores -- I've always appreciated that.
But it seems that for every new (and good) feature introduced to the product, such as mitred collars, the quality of the cotton has declined -- from soft and durable to scratchy but at least still durable. Still, for the price they're hard to beat. Of course, with the slow collapse of the dollar against most other currencies, it's no surprise that the $19.95 shirt became $29.95, and has now apparently been discontinued altogether in favor of $50 shirts.
Oh, and don't get me started on that "no iron" business. "No iron" cotton is famously short-lived, and a shirt that promises to be good after 30 washings (30!!) doesn't exactly impress.
October 6, 2012
What has happened to Lands' End?
So very dissapointed in Lands' End clothing and in particular this shirt. I've been wearing Lands' End buttondowns for well over 15 years and lately I cannot find any that fit properly or last. The latest attempt was this shirt in French Blue. Ordered 15.5" neck and 34" sleeves (same size I've worn for my adult life). This shirt was so tight in the shoulders and the sleeves came down to just above my wrist, way too short. Lands' End quality and durability is long gone and I cannot trust them anymore. Used to be able to order any buttondown in my size and not worry about the fit or quality.
January 1, 2012