Dickies Dickies WL300 Men's Long Sleeve Denim Work Shirt P4387959 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/DIC/DIC-WL300.jpg Dickies WL300 Men's Long Sleeve Denim Work Shirt 4387959 1.20lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Dickies WL300 Men's Long-Sleeve Denim Work Shirt

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Product Features

  • Generous fit across shoulders and in sleeve lengths
  • 100% Cotton, Denim
  • Box pleat back
  • Tailored sleeve placket with double button cuff
  • Replacement buttons on front placket
  • Pocket at left chest
  • Button-down collar
  • Imported



Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: WL300

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Product Description

  • Generous fit across shoulders and in sleeve lengths
  • 100% Cotton, Denim
  • Box pleat back
  • Tailored sleeve placket with double button cuff
  • Replacement buttons on front placket
  • Pocket at left chest
  • Button-down collar
  • Imported

Lined two-piece button-down collar. Mini loop label on front pocket. Relaxed Fit: most generous fit, 2.5" fuller through chest than Regular fit, roomy for all kinds of work activity, casual look, chest 49.5" | waist 49.5" | sweep 49.5".



Product Features

  • Box Pleat Back

  • Button dow

  • Pocket at Left Chest

  • Tailored Sleeve Placket


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