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Letter Carrier Men's Shirt Jac 114221

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Price: $44.00
Manufacturer: Brookfield Uniforms
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Letter Carrier Shirt Jac 114221

Straight bottom hem with side vents, designed for comfortable wear outside the slacks. Light blue shirt features short sleeves, one left breast pocket with pencil vent and two large bottom patch pockets. 65% polyester/35% combed cotton permanent press broadcloth.

Union Made
Sizes: XS-4XL in Regular  S-4XL in Long
Limited Stock: 6XL Long (Non-returnable)

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(78 Ratings, 15 Reviews) Average Rating:
new shirt material
Debbie Amell (GA) 6/14/2016 6:02 PM
The fabric blend may be the same as the old striped shirts, but the weave must be different, a tighter weave maybe? They ARE hotter, wrinkle easier, and don't get clean. The nap gets worn and fuzzy after just a few washings. The only reason I keep ordering the shirt jac is because it's worn outside the pants and it has pockets. It's crazy that it takes an act of congress to change to a better fabric, especially after so much negative feedback.
Shirt jacks.
George Valdez (Waxahachie, tx.) 1/1/2015 10:24 PM
Unfortunately, whoever designed these shirts was not thinking clearly. If you ever carried mail, you would know that these shirts do not hide dirt well and you would also know that in our environment"out in the field",we are representing the P.O. and these garments do us no justice. It is also true that the material can be a bit hotter than the striped shirts in the summer months, especially in Texas.If there truly is someone reading these reviews, take into consideration what all of these carriers are saying, after all, we are the ones that wear this material and represent the United States Postal Service.Please bring back our stripped shirts, they were allot more comfortable and more professional looking,in our field that is. We are constantly reminded that we are the professionals on our routes, help us to look and feel as professional as we are daily reminded that we are. Thank you for approving our reviews. Editor's Response: We too have heard this many times. The material blend on the new shirts and striped shirts is exactly the same. The stripes just did a better job of hiding the dirt. The USPS Uniform Program in Washington, DC decides what can be worn and the type of fabric. Keep working with the local NALC branches to present the motion for improved uniforms at State and National Conventions.
please change these shirts
Ronald Zahlmann (Oak Lawn, IL) 7/27/2014 12:43 PM
Same as everyone else. Just started wearing this shirt this summer and I'm ready to toss it after only a couple months because of how filthy it is. And it IS heavier material than the old striped ones. First thing I noticed when I put it on because I still had a new striped one I had just started wearing! And oh yeah... we look like they hired a bunch of dentists to carry the mail.
Bring back the old design shirt jacs
Joe Smothers (Alabama) 5/4/2014 1:10 PM
These new shirt jacs wrinkle just by driving into work. They are hotter than the fabric used in the stripe jacs and don't look nearly as professional. What were they thinking when they created this junk. Glad I am nearing retirement in a few years. Brookfield's Reply: The shirts are the exact same blend of material as the striped shirts.
Need Air Vents
Ronnie Mire (Morgan City, LA) 3/4/2014 3:00 PM
Designers need to look at active shirts like the fishing shirts which have side vents under the arms which allow cross ventalation, this shirt is too plain,it does get dirty easy not best for The Postal Service Editor's Comment: That's a great idea for side vents. Start the request at your local NALC branch and let's hope it reaches the national level for a vote!
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