Men's Flannel-lined Chambray Shirt Jacket

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4.0 1
Was £80.00 Now £45.00
Size Range
  • Regular 59
  • UK:

    (US: S) S
  • UK:

    (US: M) M
  • UK:

    (US: L) L
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Chambray durability, flannel warmth
If you can't decide between denim and flannel, this shirt brings you the best of both worlds. Cotton chambray provides the bluesy exterior, slightly lighter than denim in truth, but a durable, comfortable workhorse of a fabric. Inside you get the soft stuff - hearty pure cotton flannel brushed for maximum comfort and warmth.
  • Chambray shirt jacket lined with hefty-soft cotton flannel
  • Straight collar with throat-latch detail
  • Zip front with popper-fastening over-placket
  • Flapped chest pockets; onseam side pockets
  • Striped 'aerocool' sleeve linings wick moisture
  • Traditional fit: relaxed and comfortable
  • 100% cotton chambray/flannel; 100% polyester sleeve lining
  • Machine wash
  • 75cm/29½ins long in Regular size M

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Men's Flannel-lined Chambray Shirt Jacket

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Quality shirt jacket

By Eric63

from Sheffield

About Me Classic Dresser

Verified Buyer


  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Bad Weather
    • Daily Use
    • Holidays
    • Outdoor Activities

    Comments about Men's Flannel-lined Chambray Shirt Jacket:

    High quality shirt jacket which should be good for layering in the colder weather. Not really been tested as yet. My only gripe is that for an untucked shirt jacket it is very long. For people of average height, I am 5'10", it would look better cut to around 27" not 29.5". Still looking forward to using it regularly this autumn and winter.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels too large
    • Sleeve Length:
    • Feels true to length

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