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Carrier Men's Shirt Jac 114222

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Price: From $26.99 to $29.99
Manufacturer: United States Uniforms Company
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Carrier Shirt Jac 114222
UNION MADE
Light blue short sleeve shirt.
  • Straight bottom hem.
  • Side vents, designed for comfortable wear outside the slacks
  • Left pocket with pencil vent
  • Two large bottom patch pockets.
  • 65% polyester / 35% combed cotton permanent press broadcloth.
 
Sizes: S-4XL in Regulars and Longs
 

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(93 Ratings, 45 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Great shirts!
Glenn (Granada Hills, California) 3/3/2014 10:05 PM
I just love these new shirts! The new material reminds me of the old shirts back when the USPS logo were on the sleeves. These shirts will keep me cool on those hot summer days.
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Stripes Please
Mr. D D Brockington (kirkland, WA) 2/22/2014 12:14 AM
These new shirts get dirty quickly, material is cheap and after you wash them,the fit is not as good as the old striped ones. I really have no idea as to why they chose not to get carriers opinion first.
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Collar fair wear and tear
Mack Capps (Whiteville, NC) 1/5/2014 2:27 PM
I've had these shirts for about a year and the collars don't have long left before I have to replace them. After all these years it's distressing to think I'll have to spend so much of my allowance on these shirts. Do these comments go back to USPS management at the design/acquisition level? Wish you had thought of (and had someone from the NALC)what's best for us. One, incredible but true, the striped didn't show dirt as bad. Two, the greatest reason for this review, shirt wears out too fast. Let's see if it's possible for the NALC, US Uniforms and the USPS come up with cost effective, durable and "neat" looking. Editors Comment: We do read and share product reviews with manangement and the manufacturers and even the USPS uniform program. We've submmitted many ideas to the USPS for uniforms but it doesn't look like the USPS is ready to change their uniforms. We will keep trying.
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Why? Why? Why?
Matthew Stout (Winston Salem, NC) 4/9/2013 4:55 PM
Why did they change the style of our shirts? The striped ones were so much more durable and stain resistant. Obviously, those who design our uniforms have never carried mail. At least we can rest assured that management knows our job inside and out. Wait a minute...
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new shirts
Joe Telya (Jacksonville, NC) 4/1/2013 10:37 PM
Poor design, these shirt are not worth a dime. They stain easy, made from very cheap material. Shame on those who label this garbage as Made In USA.
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