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L.L.Bean x Todd Snyder

L.L.Bean x Todd Snyder Organic Heather Stretch Flannel Shirt in Peach Nectar

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For our latest collaboration with iconic American outfitter L.L. Bean, Todd takes as its inspiration the beauty of coastal Maine blended with New York street style. Vintage Bean silhouettes — including anoraks and baggie-style shorts, recycled fleece, and archival L.L. Bean logos from the 1980s — are just some of the elements that come together to create the “Maine-ah” Collection. This comfortable field shirt offers the best of both worlds, matching rugged detailing with exceptional softness. A versatile midweight fabric with just enough stretch, the organic cotton flannel is brushed for the perfect texture. Design details include durable elbow patches, a paracord locker loop for easy hanging, and a black-and-white Japanese fabric lining at the interior yoke. Layer it now, wear it solo later, enjoy all season long.

  • 98% Organic Cotton, 2% Spandex
  • Responsibly Made in Indonesia
  • Slim Fit Through Chest and Waist
  • 2 Button Flap Chest Pockets
  • Twill Elbow Patches
  • Single-Button Cuff with Placket
  • Nylon Paracord Locker Loop at Interior Neck
  • L.L. Bean x Todd Snyder Label at Neck
  • Organic Cotton Label at Hem
  • Machine wash cold, with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Warm iron if needed. 
  • Style Number 516719

Sizes are based on Todd Snyder sizing. If you've never shopped with us before, and are used to an L.L.Bean fit, we suggest sizing up.

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Reviewed by David E.
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Rated 3 out of 5

Too Big

Nice material, definitely big, particularly around the bottom. Will be getting it tailored, but otherwise like it. Not so sure about the elbow patches.

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