Rated 5 out of 5 by Dizzy Great Shirt
Comfortable, good colors, wish it also came in short sleeves.
May 16, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by bp042455x Great Shirt wrong size
Returning because of size.
February 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by kansascarguy Very high quality!
This is my first "dressy" sport shirt from LL Bean - and it won't be my last. It'll go as well with jeans as it will with khakis. The material has some weight to it, not like the wispy/wimpy shirts available at your typical department store. Just like everything else at LL Bean, you can't lose with this shirt. I'll be buying more.
January 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by retiredcalifshopper Great shirt
I bought the blue denim version in a large/tall. Beware, the blue denim version shrinks substantially which is why I bought the tall. Its a full cut, well constructed shirt. I doubt if any of the metal buttons will every fall off. The material is a medium weight denim. Very nice.
December 14, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by jdt101 Tall size has too short sleeves
I washed the shirt (cold water, permanent press drying) and the sleeves are too short - only 32 inches from mid-collar to cuff. Pay extra for the tall size and the sleeves are too short even for regular size.
November 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by GroupCaptainMandrake Comically weird fit
This shirt ordered in Large had sleeves long enough for an oversize silverback gorilla--at least 4" longer than any large size shirt I have ever tried on. This is going back
October 23, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by retiredcalifshopper Very disappointed
I bought the indigo strip sport shirt in large/tall based on the fact that I had bought the blue denim version in large and it was too small after several washings. This shirt looked like a rugged work shirt but the fabric turned out to be a light/flimsy fabric. I'm 6'2" with 35" sleeve length and the large/tall is gigantic. I wouldn't even try to shrink it down for fear it will still be too big. I am returning this shirt.
October 16, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by WayDisappointed Denim shirts inferior quality
I ordered 2 denim shirts for my husband, the plain blue denim and the striped railroad type. We were very disappointed in the quality, especially the cheap fabric, but also the cut is very skimpy. We're returning them - and wondering if this new cheap approach to your clothing will end our purchasing it.
October 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by ASmit Major Disappointment
LL Bean is one of my favorite clothiers, but this Denim Sport Shirt marks the first time I've ever been disappointed with them. I had high hopes for this shirt, as I've been looking for a denim work shirt for a long time and this looked like it would be perfect. Unfortunately, it was anything but.
The proportions of the shirt are way off; I ordered a Medium Tall, which normally fits perfectly, but nothing about this shirt fit the way it should. For starters, the shirt is absolutely huge all around, practically fitting like a dress around the torso. I suppose this could be remedied by taking it to a tailor, but it would have been a waste of money, considering the issue with the sleeves; for a Tall, the sleeves of the shirt were far too short and didn't seem to be any longer than a regular Medium. I'm certain that after one wash and dry cycle, the sleeves would have been too short. If there was any extra length added to the shirt, it was in the body, as the tail of the shirt literally hung down to my mid-thigh (and I'm 6'1").
All in all, a major disappointment and rare misstep from a normally exceptional company. I'm definitely returning this shirt, and hoping LL Bean provides a better alternative to this item in the future.
March 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by John0990 New Favorite
Outstanding shirt. Has a strong, durable feel, breathes well, and is cut well. The blue is rich and deep. I hang this to dry it instead of using a dryer and it comes out looking sharp. I'm sure it would iron very well, if need be. I ordered two more of the indigo shirts in other patterns. I really hope they keep making these and adding to the patterns in this line. Definitely recommended.
February 27, 2012