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Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall

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  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
  • Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall at Sheplers
Wrangler Twill Work Shirt - Tall

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4.4 (21 Reviews)

Item Number: 086193

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    A shirt that's made for the toughest jobs! Wrangler Wrangler work shirt is made of durable cotton twill. Snap closures on front and cuffs. Front and back western yokes. Two front snap flap pockets. Pen slot. Imported.

    Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Husband wears all of the time I by this shirt for my husband when I can't find the sleeve and neck sizes. Sheplers offers XLT sizes. My husband wears these shirts all of the time, for work and play. September 20, 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Quality, go easy on the starch! Sheplers international delivery was excellent - thank you Sheplers! I received the shirt in UK about a month ago. The Wrangler Twill Work shirt is made from heavy material and appears well stitched. The size was just right, and the extra length from the 'tall' fitting is good. I am sorry to say that Wrangler appear to be adding extra starch to its shirts, and this shirt is no exception. I wish Wrangler would stop doing this. The starch in this shirt is washing out, but it may take 4 or five washes in total. It's a good shirt, and I would certainly buy this work shirt again - from Sheplers. June 24, 2013
    Rated 1 out of 5 by This product winkles very bad and is extremely stiff the last 4 of this item# MS71519 that i purchased has been washed 5 times and still is as stiff as tent canvas and wrinkles so bad they can't be worn without steam ironing. the first one # MS715RH that i purchased from another company can be washed and dried without a problem. Both numbers are made in Bangladesh. January 26, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Arriyed On Time Could not find it in the right size at the store. Ordered it online and he was very pleased! December 27, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Wrangler twill work shirt Tall I like this shirt, I like to get it in the tall sizes. I buy this shirt in a larger size than I wear, I buy the 2xlarge tall, I get xlarge tall in most things.But have more of these shirts than any other. It does shrink some, but most things do,I wear it in summer also, So being loose helps. Overall it is a great shirt for ranch in going out, if you got the time. Thanks,Will March 9, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by If you are tall this is the shirt for you! My husband has always worn these shirts and I was so glad you started having so many colors in the tall size. He likes the new feature where the back is even longer. He is 6' 5" and hates for his shirt tail to pull out when he sits. The quality is excellent . Sheplers is the only place I buy his shirt. Thanks for being there . February 13, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Good A very nice shirt for a larger man who is often hard to fit, and like quality casuals. December 23, 2011
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality clothing Fast delivery and clothing is durable for my working day November 17, 2011
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice shirt Heavy, durable fabric. I like how it feels. Cut slim - not what you would call generous in terms of waist/shoulder. ok for me as i am slim, but not a full cut shirt. Would definitely buy another. March 7, 2011
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome shirt A very nice shirt but I recommend getting one size larger than normal. I bought an XL but it was too tight so this time I bought an XXL and it is great. Very impressed with the new freight rates for overseas shipping. (Make sure you buy a few things as the freight cost per item drops dramatically). Thanks Sheplers! March 2, 2011
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