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Men's Orton Plaid Nightshirt

Orton Family Plaid Flannel Nightshirt: Extremely Comfy Yet Dramatically Handsome

Men's Orton Plaid Nightshirt

Orton Family Plaid Flannel Nightshirt: Extremely Comfy Yet Dramatically Handsome


$49.95 - $54.95 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pin it on Pinterest Share on Google+

For over 60 years, gentlemen have been turning to us for quality flannel sleepwear. Not content to rest on our laurels, we’ve taken our Orton Family Plaid Nightshirt up yet another notch by enhancing everything from the softness of the flannel to the way it fits, all while retaining the nightshirt’s ruggedly handsome good looks. Tailored from world-class, 100% cotton Portuguese flannel, which is yarn-dyed to keep the colors from fading when washed, our plaid nightshirt features a V-neck, button-front placket, chest pocket, and shirttail hem. Approx. 47" long. Machine wash and dry. Portugal.

  • 100% cotton Portuguese flannel
  • Yarn-dyed plaid nightshirt
  • Button-front placket
  • Shirttail hem
  • Chest pocket

Our Orton Family Plaid nightshirt, made from ultra-soft Portuguese flannel, has it all—warmth, comfort, and style.

Men's Orton Plaid Nightshirt

Materials

100% Cotton Flannel

Care

Machine wash in warm water with mild detergent and like colors and tumble dry low. Do not bleach. Use a low dry iron if needed, do not steam iron. Do not dry clean.

Origin

Manufactured In: Portugal

Material - Country Of Origin: Portugal

Men's Orton Plaid Nightshirt 4.3 5 3 3
This nightshirt is warn and comfy. I purchased it for my husband for Christmas, and he has worn it and one other one I bought years ago for him, also from Vermont Country store. He is very pleased. January 11, 2015
Hubby's nightshirts Loves this one - wishes it were longer - will probably wear it all year... January 9, 2015
this product has great features, but . . . The nightshirt is extremely comfy and yet dramatically handsome as advertised. It is also warm. However, compared with the previous nightshirt I bought from VCS, the side slits are too short. When I do morning sun salutations I have to pull up the front hemline to drop down to plank position. Not a terrible thing, but I think you might think about increasing the slit from the current five inches to somewhere in the eight to ten range. December 16, 2014
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