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Does anyone know what the sleeve length is on the 15 in. collar OTR shirts? I can't seem to find any information on it.


According to their size chart (look for the small black rectangle that says "size chart" above the size check boxes for any shirt and it will pop up) it would be a sleeve length of 34 for size 15 shirts. However this chart may be inaccurate, since I believe the size 15.5 shirts have a sleeve length of 35, while the chart still shows 34.5. 

post #4877 of 6228
For people who take 38 slim jackets OTR.

Does anyone not have to shorten the sleeves?

I have to, to the point it gets a bit too close to the buttons and was wondering if the current sleeve length is the best length for most people.
post #4878 of 6228
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

Does anyone know what the sleeve length is on the 15 in. collar OTR shirts? I can't seem to find any information on it.

I have several 15 slim shirts.  I'd say about 34.  They're a little longer before washing.  Maybe 34.5.  If you wash in cold water and hang dry they'll stay 34.5.  If you put them in the dryer the sleeves will shrink to closer to 34.  

post #4879 of 6228

Anyone else experience slow to ship orders? It's been a week now and my order still has not shipped.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Burke View Post

For people who take 38 slim jackets OTR.

Does anyone not have to shorten the sleeves?

I have to, to the point it gets a bit too close to the buttons and was wondering if the current sleeve length is the best length for most people.

 

The buttons are false and can be moved.

 

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Originally Posted by aznprince View Post
 

Anyone else experience slow to ship orders? It's been a week now and my order still has not shipped.

 

What's the order#. Most orders are out in 1-3 business days.

post #4881 of 6228
Wearing my linen purple shirt today. Love it.

When are more shirts coming in? I need to replace a bunch. Button downs? Spread?
post #4882 of 6228
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post
 

Most orders are out in 1-3 business days.

 

It's been 6 days and no shipping notification on mine either.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

 

It's been 6 days and no shipping notification on mine either.

 

Order#?

post #4884 of 6228
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post
 

 

Order#?

17999

post #4885 of 6228
I know, but didn't expect that the false button hole stitching could be removed without damaging the fabric.
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post

The buttons are false and can be moved.
post #4886 of 6228
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Burke View Post

I know, but didn't expect that the false button hole stitching could be removed without damaging the fabric.
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post

The buttons are false and can be moved.

 

It shouldn't damage the fabric at all. After the button is moved, the thread can be removed and steamed. Did you have any issue?

post #4887 of 6228
Thread Starter 

Denim shirts: With Button Down collars?

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Yep. As long as the denim is interesting, doesn't need to be selvage just visually appealing.

Also open up the fit on them a bit in the waist. No need for a slim waisted denim shirt.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Yep. As long as the denim is interesting, doesn't need to be selvage just visually appealing.

Also open up the fit on them a bit in the waist. No need for a slim waisted denim shirt.

 

Shorten to wear untucked?

post #4890 of 6228
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Originally Posted by spiermackay View Post
 

 

Shorten to wear untucked?

 

I bought one of the new shortened OCBDs with the unlined collar.

 

I can echo the sentiment of requesting a looser fit towards the mid section and bottom of the shirt if you are decreasing length. For the shortened OCBD, the overall length is shorter but the bottom is just as slim as the regular contemporary shirts which makes for a  hugging effect at the waist that is not balanced out by extra length.

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