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Indigo Check Shirt

Indigo Check Shirt
    Indigo Check Shirt
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  • Indigo Check Shirt
  • Indigo Check Shirt
  • Indigo Check Shirt
  • Indigo Check Shirt

CAD $125.00

CAD $190.00

Indigo Check Shirt
by Woolrich John Rich & Bros

Our Indigo Check Shirt is ready for all occasions. This 100% cotton long sleeve button down shirt features classic details like a left chest patch pocket and button down collar.

  • \100% cotton
  • Care instructions: hand or machine wash, cold
  • Imported
  • SALE - SAVE (34%)

    Please note this item is final sale.

    All sales are final on Sale items

    Canadian Customers
    We are happy to accept returns for items within 10 days of order delivery.

    The returned merchandise must be free from wear, stains, odor or any condition that would prevent them from being sold as new. Bricksandbonds.ca will not be responsible for processing and returning any items worn or with stains.

    Returned items must have the original packaging; tags attached and must be accompanied with a copy of the receipt. We offer you the option of exchange or refund. Returns will be processed after the warehouse has inspected such items and declares the items are in their original condition.

    Please allow 7 - 14 business days from when it is received for your return to be processed.
    For more information about returns please click here.


    USA Customers
    All sales shipping to the United States of America are final sale and are not eligible for cancellation, return or exchange.

    Color: Indigo Buffalo

    Style# WF6004F16473

    Categories: Clothing , Shirts , Long Sleeve Buttondown
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    The first Woolrich Arctic Parka was introduced in 1972 to protect the thousands of Alaskan pipeline workers who were living for months on end in northern Alaska. The Woolrich Arctic Parka addressed a primal need. It was the first and best line of defense against the -20F conditions that workers endured during the pipeline’s construction.