Finnish M58 dress shirt, short sleeve

0.99 USD 5.99 USD
Finnish M58 dress shirt, short sleeve

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Clearance item For the price and quality these are probably the best deal we offer at the moment. Buy three while you're at it! Other sizes are not available and once these are gone, that's it for these.

Sometimes you just don't know about that stuff sold with a fancy name on it. You wonder if the sizes fit right, if the hem can be worn inside trousers, where it's made etc. Well none of that stuff with these - you know exactly what you're getting, and that's a standard, superbly made, tidy looking collared shirt for men and YES, the sizes are accurate, not feelgood ones. Even the breast pockets are nice and roomy, not made just for show.

Made of quite airy 65/35 % polycotton, wash in 60 degrees Celsius.

Size info

Sizes in the easy form, followed by a recommended chest circumference in centimetres. Quite simple. Our model has a 39 cm neck and wears Medium (92-100 cm) shirt in the picture, with good results.

Below you'll find standard European shirt sizes, which means the recommended neck circumference in centimetres, and a the width and back length of the shirt laid flat.

SizeCollarChest widthBack length
Large41-42 cm60 cm 80 cm
X-Large43-44 cm64 cm85 cm

These haven't even heard of slim fit stuff, they're made with a regular cut.

Condition

Unissued and unworn, the model just went "obsolete" just after this batch was made so there was no need for them. These are from the manufacturer's (Topper Oy) factory in Estonia.

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16.12.2016
Tyylikäs kauluspaita siistimpiin hommiin puoli-ilmaiseksi. Laatu vaikuttaa oikein hyvältä. Napit ommeltu usealla langalla. Itselle oli aivan liian leveä, mutta asia korjantui italialaisella ompelusetillä ja kiroilulla. Voi myös viedä vaatturille, saattaa tietenkin istua suoriltaan.
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5/5
I would recommend for a friend
16.07.2017
These shirts are very well made. I have 5 of them and have been complimented upon wearing them which in itself is a rarity. They are a bargain especially for those like me, who prefer epaulettes. The XL is slightly smaller than an XL in Canada or the U.S.
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5/5
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12.10.2017
Ihan ylivertainen hinta/laatu-kombo. Jos haet samanlaista paitaa Stockmannilta/Sokokselta, on se tehty jossain kiinassa ja hinta on kymmenkertainen verrattuna tähän. Itselläni useita käytössä toimistohommissa. Heitäpä puuvillapaita ton päälle niin spot on.
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