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post #31 of 37
Jos. A Bank has some good wool dress trousers that are branded as "traveler wool" and they retain a crease very nicely and also do not wrinkle. They are not the nicest things in the world, but when i travel or have to drive a long way to a meeting or something, they do the trick very nicely, and are available in all of your basic colors
post #32 of 37
I am almost amazed at how well JOS A Bank traveler shirts shed wrinkles. It is almost unbelievable. I have always said that I would rather iron shirts, but these shirts are nothing short of amazing. I have a Paul Fredrick wrinkle free that I hardly wear because I no longer consider it to be wrinkle free. Try the JOS A Bank traveler line, you will not be dissappointed.
post #33 of 37
I have a couple of Brooks Brothers non-iron shirts. I don't like to wear them that often because they just don't feel the same way that my regular shirts feel (even though they're 100% cotton), but I keep them around because sometimes I am so busy during a given week that I don't get around to ironing shirts for the next week (I hand iron all of my shirts - don't trust the cleaners). In these situations, the non-iron shirts are invaluable. Wouldn't wear them for every day wear though.
post #34 of 37
Isn't best and no-iron an oxymoron?
post #35 of 37
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Originally Posted by kitonbrioni
Isn't best and no-iron an oxymoron?


I guess it's semantics-week at SF. But I have a weakness for semantic arguments.

No, it's not an oxymoron. Among all those shirts that are no-iron, which ones are the best? There may be better shirts, but some non-iron shirt has to be better than the other non-iron shirts, however inferior that shirt may in turn be to some other class of shirt.

post #36 of 37
Jos A. Bank was rated the best producer of non-iron shirts stacked against Brooks Brothers and other companies in The Wall Street Journal. True, non-iron won't look or feel nearly as good as that 100% Egyptian cotton shirt that's a pain and a half to iron, but they're definitely useful.
post #37 of 37
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Originally Posted by Jovan View Post

Jos A. Bank was rated the best producer of non-iron shirts stacked against Brooks Brothers and other companies in The Wall Street Journal. True, non-iron won't look or feel nearly as good as that 100% Egyptian cotton shirt that's a pain and a half to iron, but they're definitely useful.

 

Does this still hold true? I get very busy so havent got much time for ironing business. I have several shirts picked up from Mens Wearhouse that were Non-Iron / Slim Fit and work well without an Iron when removed from the dryer. 

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