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  • Toad&Co - Earle Flannel Shirt - Men's - Mariner Blue
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Toad&Co Earle Flannel Shirt - Men's

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    • Mariner BluePast season color
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    Toad&Co made the Men's Earle Flannel Shirt out of pure, soft, and eco-friendly organic cotton. Paired with original plaid styling, the Earle Flannel feels right in pubs and around any campfire.

    • Marled flannel
    • Organic cotton
    • Two-piece collar
    • Straight back yoke
    • Shirttail hem
    • Single-button cuffs
    • Patch chest pocket
    • Toad&Co was formerly known as Horny Toad. Please be advised that some products still carry the Horny Toad label
    • Item #HOR002S

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% organic cotton
    Fit
    shirttail hem
    Style
    button-down flannel
    Pockets
    1 chest
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Falling Apart

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    I ordered the Smoke, and it runs just a bit small. I'm often between sizes Medium and Large and usually Medium, but I had to go with Large in this. It looks really nice and is super-comfortable. It's a heavier flannel, and it is very soft and warm.

    As comfy as it is and as nice-looking as it is, it appears I won't be able to enjoy it much longer. After only 4 months of occasional light wear with no abuse, the seam that joins the bottom of the sleeve to the cuff is pulling out, leaving a larger and larger hole between the two. The sleeve slides off easily, so it isn't subject to unusual wear or strain.

    For an 85-dollar shirt, that's absolutely ridiculous, and it has put me off buying any more products from this company. So, if you like to wear shirt a little over a dozen times in just over 4 months before they start to literally fall apart at the seams, this shirt is for you!