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[Costco] Costco Non-iron slim fit mens dress shirts $17.99

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[Costco] Costco Non-iron slim fit mens dress shirts $17.99

Costco Etobicoke has mens non-iron, slim fit shirts for $17.99. This is the regular price but is a great deal. They've had the regular fit ones forever but this is the first time I spotted the slim fit. There are about 4-5 different patterns. HOWEVER, these are the roomier slim fit, not the more european slim fit like Banana Republic or even Mark's. If you like Banana's versions, this is not for you.

They have a variety of neck and sleeve sizes.
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Picked 3 up over the past month. You're right - they're not very slim for a slim fit, especially in the arms. But for $18 and wearing to a business-casual workplace without having to worry about ironing, it's an easy sell for me.
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Not very slim or fitting at all. These are like MC Hammer shirts on me.
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Haven't these been around for years now? Or are these non-iron ones new? I know the 17.99 dress shirts have been around for years. I bought one a few years back and know I have to iron it lol...
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Kinda pointless selling slim at Costco... they usually don't even carry "small" sizes, let alone slim fits. I notice starting (smallest) waist size for men's pants there is 32"...
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orion_pax wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2013 4:23 am
Not very slim or fitting at all. These are like MC Hammer shirts on me.
Bro, do you even lift?
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I have a couple of the normal Kirkland brand no-iron shirts and definitely find it very large......helps with hiding my ever-expanding gut!!


Thx OP, I might pick up a few of these slimmer fit ones......pretty good quality and decent for non-wrinkle shirts!
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I noticed XXL in Slim fit? Strange but true!
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ShopperfiendTO wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2013 9:00 am
I notice starting (smallest) waist size for men's pants there is 32"...
Wear a belt, maybe?
ccdude wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2013 10:19 am
I noticed XXL in Slim fit? Strange but true!
Do you even know what slim fit mean?
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I find that you can regularly get Mexx shirts at 40-50% off clearance prices these days. Lots of semi-slim/slim in the $20-25 range in store. Better quality than the Kirkland brand which tend to fray at the collar and cuffs after about 5 washes I find.
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GuiGQc wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2013 12:01 pm
Wear a belt, maybe?
If you're a 30 waist, putting a belt on a 32 pant will just cause it to bunch up usually by the lower back. Not a good look.
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Nanodollars wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2013 12:29 pm
I find that you can regularly get Mexx shirts at 40-50% off clearance prices these days. Lots of semi-slim/slim in the $20-25 range in store. Better quality than the Kirkland brand which tend to fray at the collar and cuffs after about 5 washes I find.
Good to know. I haven't bought Mexx stuff in a while. I use to find their quality lacking (pilling mainly) but that was years ago. More recently I've been buying the Mark's slim-fit non-iron shirts which are a bit more forgiving than the Banana ones, the material is a bit thicker (which can be considered good or bad) and their fabric designs are decent. They're around the $50-$60 but can be had for around $40 on sale. They only come in S/M/L/etc. no neck and sleeve lengths.

Also bought one at Old Navy a couple of weeks ago. Fit's similar to Banana but I don't expect it to last too many washes.
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I tried one of these Costco shirts a few weeks ago, but returned it. The fold at the back of the shirt (to make it "slim fitting") run from the top of the collar, and all the way to the bottom. Not sure if that's the "style", but it seemed odd as the fold usually should end about a 1/4 of the way down the back. The fold on these shirts go all the way to the bottom. Manufacturing defect?
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