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Men's Eddystone Shirt

Heavyweight organic cotton workwear shirt in navy


Selected colour:  Navy

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Built for the workshop and styled for the weekend, the Eddystone is a classic workshirt with refined details.

When you need a shirt fit for play that can handle the daily graft, look no further than the Eddystone. Built to last from heavyweight organic cotton, it includes utility details like the side-entry chest pocket with pencil slot, plus an angled rear pleat for a sharp shoulder fit with space in the body.


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Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
Based on 172 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 152 Total 4 star reviews: 15 Total 3 star reviews: 4 Total 2 star reviews: 1 Total 1 star reviews: 0
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172 reviews
  • Fred S.
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    Eddystone Shirt
    Eddystone Shirt
    I do not recommend this product
    Size Usually Worn L
    Size Bought XL
    Rated 2 out of 5 stars
    2 years ago
    nice shirt with design problems

    On receiving the indigo version of the Eddystone shirt I was really impressed with the overall cut of the shirt and the soft but sturdy quality of the material. So far so good.

    I was puzzled by the curious 'side entry pocket' (supposedly 'secure' according to the desciption), and found that it was far from practical. Whether a small notebook, a small mobile phone or similar item, it would simply not go 'around the corner' because the compartment is narrow and the entry is on the side rather than at the top. That would leave only small items to store, but the wide side entry would make this less than secure.

    To make it at least a little more practical I took out the the seam between the pocket and the adjacent pen/pencil slot (yellow arrow in image), so that an item can go around the corner (with the pen/pencil slot still functional as well).

    On first wearing the shirt I tried to roll up the sleeves (up to elbow), and discovered that this was near impossible. The reason for this is that the sleeve plackets are unusually short (red line in image). In the end it 'sort of' works by rolling up the sleeves before putting on the shirt but the result is still close to uncomfortably tight even with skinny arms.

    This is supposed to be a "Utility inspired work shirt", and it is difficult to believe that it was designed to be worn with sleeves down only. Even my dress shirts have sleeves that can be rolled-up easily.

    Overall verdict: nice shirt but with an impractical, gimmicky…

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