Non-Iron Extra-Slim Fit Spread Collar Dress Shirt

GBP 99.00

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Non-Iron Extra-Slim Fit Spread Collar Dress Shirt

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Item# 614Q

GBP 99.00

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For nearly two centuries, Brooks Brothers has set the standard for quality and innovation in dress shirts. Our non-iron dress shirt is crafted from pure American-grown Supima® cotton pinpoint and is finished with the established ainsley collar to ensure a professional look. Specially treated to remain virtually wrinkle-free, our signature 6-Pleat Shirring® at the barrel cuffs and pucker-free seams reinforce Brooks Brothers dedication to a well-made dress shirt. Additional features include a left chest pocket. This shirt is machine washable for easy care. Imported.

The Extra-Slim fit is the slimmest we offer, tailored to fit close to the body with a higher armhole. Also available in Traditional, Regular and Slim fit.

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For nearly two centuries, Brooks Brothers has set the standard for quality and innovation in dress shirts. Our non-iron dress shirt is crafted from pure American-grown Supima® cotton pinpoint and is finished with the established ainsley collar to ensure a professional look. Specially treated to remain virtually wrinkle-free, our signature 6-Pleat Shirring® at the barrel cuffs and pucker-free seams reinforce Brooks Brothers dedication to a well-made dress shirt. Additional features include a left chest pocket. This shirt is machine washable for easy care. Imported.

The Extra-Slim fit is the slimmest we offer, tailored to fit close to the body with a higher armhole. Also available in Traditional, Regular and Slim fit.

Item# 614Q
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent Job BB! But Still baggy around waist I love BB non-iron slim fit and own 10 of them, but like many others, did not like the still quite generous cut of the slim fit non iron shirts. If you have a muscular build or small shoulders to waist ratio (I have a 6 inch drop with large shoulders and arms) you will likely find these extra slim fit shirts slightly baggy around the waist but fit perfect in the chest/shoulders/arms.The fit in the shoulders and chest is slimmer than the "slim fit" and the lack of a center pleat makes for a much cleaner looking shirt. I will still need to have these shirts darted to have that perfect "pinned" type fit but these are easily the best fitting brooks brothers shirts I have purchased. To make these absolitely flawless I would need more taper in the torso down to the waist, the option to remove the breast pocket, more collar options (english spreads and londener's) and more colors and patterns (which I presume are en route!). Now I just need to wait for more colors and patterns. Excellent job Brooks Brothers!!! December 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great new colours I purchase a few of the first extra-slim fit non-iron shirts in the original blue and white colours, with the forward point collar. It is nice to see that BB has expanded this line by brining in some additional colours like pink and French blue. I didn't know how I would like the Ainsley collar as opposed to the forward point, but I am pleasantly surprised. While the forward point is a more "business" or "executive" look, the Ainsley gives a slightly more elegant appearance, in my opinion. Also, it allows for some larger knots. For me (177 cm and 73 kg [about 5'10" and 160 lbs, respectively]), the ESF shirts are the most appropriate fit made by Brooks Brothers. They don't pillow nearly as much at the waist as the slim fits, and they are great through the sleeve (whereas the slim fits are quite baggy). The only thing I have noticed is that I need to go up one size in the sleeve. For instance, I wear a 16 33 in other shirts, but a 16 34 in the ESFs. This need is likely related to the higher-set arm holes. June 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice, quality shirt I am 6' 1", 170 lbs. I am extremely picky about my dress shirts. Every slim/lanky guy that wears dress shirts knows that you can't just pick up any dress shirt in your size off the shelf that says "Tailored fit" or "Slim fit" on the tag. Most shirts that say that on the tag are still so baggy that you could fit a second person inside the shirt with you. This shirt from BB is different. It provides us slimmer guys a shirt that fits like a custom made, one-of-a-kind dress shirt. I purchased my first extra slim fit from BB for my wedding because I knew it would drive me crazy if, in all of the wedding pictures, my dress shirt was pillowing out of the back of my pants. This shirt proved itself worthy at my wedding and I just placed an order for 3 more. September 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice Slim Boy's Fit I purchased a few of these shirts for my 14 year old son and I must say they are an excellent fit for a skinny underdeveloped boy.They are cut a lot like the shirts in the boy's dept. March 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Extra-Slim Fit Button Down This is a unique and very well executed shirt. Sadly, I need to return it because it is actually too slim - a first time for me. The arm holes are too tight, making the material pull across the chest. March 16, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by A very good shirt This is my first Brooks Brothers product and I am very pleased. It is of very high quality and remains remarkably wrinkle free after a long day. When I ordered it, I was concerned that "extra slim fit" would be too small for me. When it arrived, I was astonished at how loose the fit was. I am 6' and average weight (180), yet the shirt was quite generous and will require a tailor to slim it down slightly. If you are on the fence about the size, my experience would be to remember that the shirts seem to be quite generous. I called to verify their return policies should the shirt not fit at all. The person who answered the phone was very kind and helpful. I am pleased with the product and the service and have found a place that provides quality professional clothing with an equally enjoyable experience. July 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Finally a BB shirt that fits! After being disappointed in the past with BB slim fit shirts, they've finally gotten the cut right with their extra slim fit shirts. I'm not that slim, in fact my Dr. thinks I can loose another 5lbs, but the fact is BB shirts were just too billowy. Neck and Arms were always on the spot. This new line gets rid of all that excess fabric. I need to save a few bucks, but my entire shirt collection is going to be replaced with this new line. October 19, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too Skimpy and Armholes Too High The BB slim fit may fit a slim man but the extra slim are radically slimmer and I doubt that 1% of even skinny men would find them comfortable. The armholes are way too high and tight as well as the chest. March 28, 2011
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Is it only the sleeve length difference or will the shirt (chest/torso area) get bigger if I go from 16 32 to 16 33 in non-iron extra slim fit shirt? If it is just the sleeve length that changes between 16 32 and 16 33, I would probably go for 16 33 as I'm between sizes. However, if the overall size gets bigger, I'll stick with 16 32. I also would like to know how much the non iron shirt will shrink, if any. This would help me if I should get a half size bigger collar in 16 1/2 33 instead or at least a 16 33 thinking about sleeves becoming short although I did hear that going half size up in collar size will make the overall shirt size bigger. Thank you.
2 years, 8 months ago
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In my experience, the shirts do not shrink at all.

I can tell you that the shirt sizing will not change based on sleeve length. They do open up a touch based on neck measurements, however. I am a true 15.5" in the neck but bought over a dozen Extra Slim Fit shirts with a 16" neck to accommodate my broader chest. While I have subsequently bought Slim Fit shirts in my true neck size, I can tell you that increasing the neck size offered more room in the chest. Sleeve size, however, did not.
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Answer: 
My experience with non-iron shirts is that the longer sleeve has no impact on chest size. I too am between a 34/35 sleeve and always get the longer so it doesn't pull on the torso. Also, I've experienced minimal shrinkage on the non-iron cottons. However, if 16 is snug it will shrink a smidgen. I believe industry standard is 5% and I'd guestimate mine shrink less than 2%. I'm really an 18 3/8 neck, but always get the 18 1/2. Besides, wouldn't you rather have it just a little bit loose rather than snug? Your brain does need SOME oxygen. ;-)
2 years, 8 months ago
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Answer: 
Hello Zakgod,

Purchasing a shirt with a slightly longer length will not change the torso measurements. This holds true when the difference in sleeve length is one inch. We are unable to answer your second inquiry on shrinkage of non-iron shirts after laundering. Our non-iron shirts are laundered up too 50 times for optimal testing on durability.

Have a great day!
2 years, 8 months ago
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Slim fit shirts were snug in the shoulders, but became loose around the waist for me.
2 years, 10 months ago
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Nope. i wear the same sleeve and neck in both.
2 years, 2 months ago
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No, don't size up. The neck/arm sizes are standard. I didn't and the shirts fit great
2 years, 5 months ago
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Answer: 
The neck and sleeve measurements that your currently wearing, if accurate, will remain the same. The shirt is simply cut closer in the chest and waist. That shouldn't affect your neck measurement.
2 years, 6 months ago
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Answer: 
No, get a 15.5 35.
2 years, 10 months ago
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Go one size up.You can order them online
2 years, 10 months ago
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3 years ago
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Yes they do.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Short answer is yes. You should look at the size guide they have on the product information page for each product and it gives you exact measurements.
2 years, 6 months ago
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My experience has been yes.
2 years, 11 months ago
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Answer: 
Yes, everything will be bigger if you go up a neck size.
3 years ago
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If not, are there any close alternatives?
1 year, 9 months ago
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Not right now. Most of the dress shirts that don't have pockets have french cuffs.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Answer: 
We have an inventory of dress shirts without a breast pocket. Here is an attached link to our dress shirts for your review and reference.

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCat...
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7 months ago
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Hello, excellent question sir. You most certainly may use a pretreatment application along the collar and cuffs prior to laundering our dress shirts. We recommend allowing the garment to sit for a bit before placing them in the washing machine to really let the liquid sink into the fabric. We have found great success doing so and are certain you will as well.

Best of luck,
Brooks Brothers
7 months ago
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I find that the fit is better (tighter and cleaner) without the pleating/venting folds in the upper center back.
2 years, 3 months ago
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No, it does not have the pleating in the center. I agree, it is a cleaner look without it.
2 years, 1 month ago
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Answer: 
Mine does not have a box pleat on the back. And I agree with your opinion on fit. It is much better.
2 years, 2 months ago
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Answer: 
It does have a box pleat on the back. But for me, the shirt fits very well. Oddly, the Ex Slim Dress shirts do not have this box pleat.
2 years, 3 months ago
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I am not a Brooks Brothers staff member, but I have three of these shirts and I can tell you that IT IS pleated in the back.
6 months ago
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Hi. This shirt is pleated, both the picture and description show a standard center box pleat. I own this shirt in four colors and can vouch for that firsthand.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes, this specific shirt has a back pleat.
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I have a few of these shirts in size 15.5/36. The neck and sleeve are perfect. They're just a bit too tight in the shoulders for my taste, so I was wondering what the next best size would be.

Is a size 16/36 going to be wider in the shoulders?

Or should I consider the slim fit version in the same size (15.5/36)? Is that wider than the extra-slim fit version that I have?

Thank You
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Hello sir, thank you for your inquiry. We are very glad to help indeed.

We recommend that you select a size 15.5 x 36 in our Slim fit as opposed to increasing your neck size in our Extra Slim. The Slim fit is a bit more relaxed in the shoulders and chest with a slightly lower armhole. You will find this should alleviate the constriction in the shoulders for a more comfortable feel. If you chose to increase your neck size in Extra Slim, you will sacrifice the fit in the chest and torso. Of course, you may certainly return or exchange the item within 90 days if you prefer to try both. Often it is matter of personal taste and comfort, but we think moving to the Slim fit will resolve much of the discomfort you are experiencing within the shoulders. For your convenience, we have attached a screenshot of our fit guide to better illustrate the differences between each.

We do hope this information is helpful. Thank you for your patronage.
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Brooks Brothers
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11 months ago
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Hello sir, thank you for your inquiry. Our Supima Cotton Non-Iron Extra-Slim Fit Ainsley Collar Dress Shirt does not have a center back pleat, in fact none of our Extra-Slim fit shirts do. The only shirts to feature a center back pleat are our Slim, Regular and Traditional fits.

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Brooks Brothers
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Even with a heavy cotton under shirt, I can see my chest hair through the front of this shirt. It is made of extremely thin fabric. Unless you always wear a tie and always wear a jacket, you should avoid this shirt.
6 months ago
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