Mens Lumberjack Flannel Brush Cotton Work Check Shirt Printed (not Woven) Country Wear

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  • LUMBERJACK CHECK WORK SHIRT (NOT WOVEN)
  • BRUSHED PRINTED FABRIC FOR EXTRA COMFORT AND WARMTH
  • 100% Cotton
  • PLEASE NOTE DO NOT TUMBLE DRY OR USE HIGH TEMPS WASHING AS WITH ALL 100% COTTON FLANNEL ITEMS We recommend below 30 can lead to excessive shrinkage AND WASH DARK COLOURS SEPERATELY .
  • Regular Fit
  • Long Sleeve
  • Great value work shirts or can be worn for leisure

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Safety Information:

PLEASE NOTE DO NOT TUMBLE DRY OR USE HIGH TEMPS WASHING AS WITH ALL 100% COTTON FLANNEL ITEMS We recommend below 30 can lead to excessive shrinkage AND WASH DARK COLOURS SEPERATELY .

Product details

  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 12 Sept. 2016
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01LY4WVVY
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Men's
  • Customer reviews:
    4.1 out of 5 stars 31 ratings

Product description

Product description

MENS BRUSHED COTTON (NOT WOVEN) FLANNEL SHIRT BY BAUM COUNTRY WORK SHIRT COUNTRY SHIRT LUMBERJACK CHECKERD SHIRT

Safety Warning

PLEASE NOTE DO NOT TUMBLE DRY OR USE HIGH TEMPS WASHING AS WITH ALL 100% COTTON FLANNEL ITEMS We recommend below 30 can lead to excessive shrinkage AND WASH DARK COLOURS SEPERATELY .

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