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Our non-iron shirts for men are leading the pack when it comes to crease-free technology. Every Tyrwhitt non-iron shirt is made from pure cotton with a crisp collar and cuffs, sturdy twin-needle stitching and an excellent fit. Best of all, the only thing you need to do is wash and dry these shirts, and they're ready to wear again.

Non iron material

The magic of non-iron technology

We make our non-iron shirts with the same superb quality cotton we use for all our regular men's shirts. The non-iron magic happens when we use a special treatment and high temperatures to lock the shirt's fibres into a smooth state. This ensures that when the shirt is hung up to dry after washing, it stays remarkably crease-free.

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Poplin

Poplin

Poplin is a strong cotton weave with closely woven threads in a simple criss cross pattern. This is a lightweight, cool weave with a smooth and silky finish. Poplin fabrics are very breathable, so a poplin shirt is ideal worn under a suit or on a warm day.


Pinpoint

Pinpoint is a two-over, one-under thread pattern that creates a strong fabric with a fine square-like texture. This weave is medium weight and breathable, so a pinpoint shirt will hang well but still be relatively cool.

Pinpoint

How Tyrwhitt shoes are made

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a pair of fine men’s leather shoes. Every pair of our shoes involves up to 200 tasks performed by 120 highly skilled people. The whole process can take up to eight weeks, with some steps completed by hand.

To construct our shoes, we primarily use a special method called the Goodyear Welted method. It’s a little more time-consuming and costly than other construction methods, but the end result is worthwhile.

The Goodyear Welted method involves sewing a strip of leather (known as “the Goodyear Welt”) to the upper and insole of the shoe. The sole is then stitched on through the welt, resulting in a leather shoe that is stronger, more durable, and more weather-proof. This method of construction is favoured by English manufacturers and has been copied by shoemakers all over the world, so we think we’re on to something rather special here.

After construction, all our men’s shoes are inspected, cleaned and polished by hand and stamped with the iconic Charles Tyrwhitt Jermyn Street logo. The finished shoes are then packaged up in handsome blue boxes, ready to be sent to customers.


How Tyrwhitt shoes are made

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a pair of fine men’s leather shoes. Every pair of our shoes involves up to 200 tasks performed by 120 highly skilled people. The whole process can take up to eight weeks, with some steps completed by hand.

To construct our shoes, we primarily use a special method called the Goodyear Welted method. It’s a little more time-consuming and costly than other construction methods, but the end result is worthwhile.

The Goodyear Welted method involves sewing a strip of leather (known as “the Goodyear Welt”) to the upper and insole of the shoe. The sole is then stitched on through the welt, resulting in a leather shoe that is stronger, more durable, and more weather-proof. This method of construction is favoured by English manufacturers and has been copied by shoemakers all over the world, so we think we’re on to something rather special here.

After construction, all our men’s shoes are inspected, cleaned and polished by hand and stamped with the iconic Charles Tyrwhitt Jermyn Street logo. The finished shoes are then packaged up in handsome blue boxes, ready to be sent to customers.