The most comfortable shirt I’ve used, I love the look, the feeling and the way it’s fit me. I definitely recommend it and I’m building my butter cloth collection
Robert Herjavec's Collection
Eton Gem In Icy Cotton - Final Sale
Stun the crowd with this refined plum micro print diamond pattern, with a contrast on the collar and cuffs. Infused with organic mint fibers and wrinkle-free convenience, Icy Cotton® is sure to withstand all your festivities day through night.
Model is 6'2" with a 40" Chest and is wearing size M, Regular fit
- Icy Cotton: Patented Cooling Power of Natural Mint Fibers
- 65% Cotton, 27% Mint, 8% Spandex
- 6-Way Stretch for Movement & Comfort
- 20x More Breathable than Polyester
- Wrinkle-Free Convenience
- Contrasting Detail in Collars, Cuffs & Buttons
- Built-in Collar Stays
- Discreet Buttercloth Signature Logo
- Dry-clean: recommended for longer life and minimal shrinkage
(Do not use tensioning steam press)
- Machine wash
(Wash cold in delicate cycle. Air fluff / no heat setting, or lay flat to dry. Warm iron if needed.)
Fit: Our shirts run a bit smaller than some big brands. If you are on the border or between sizes, please order one size up. Use the sizing chart as a guide, and please contact us with any questions.
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Can’t get enough
I ordered this icy cotton shirt for my son when he moved from New England to Florida. The drastic heat and humidity changes took some getting used to, however, the mint fibers really made a difference keeping him comfortable. The cut, style and colors always draw compliments. We are now both addicted!
Strange Pattern, but also Sophisticated?
This is a dark green shirt with a drink/cocktail pattern all over it. Up close, it seems a bit silly (and in a lot of ways, it definitely still is), but somehow, as a whole, the shirt seems/looks so classy. I imagine Buttercloth has very serious meetings as to what they pattern their shirts with, because a shirt with little cocktails all over it sounds like a novelty shirt rather than a serious dress shirt, and it very well could’ve been, but Buttercloth somehow made it work. Color me impressed. I may just buy bolder patterns in the future because of this.