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Longshot's fall collection with four brand new styles
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Sep '11
Longshot Apparel, an online retailer targeting tall and fit men, has unveiled its latest fall line of high-end, casual tall shirts. Available exclusively through the Longshot Apparel online store, the fall line featuring 4 brand new styles is in stock and available for shipping now. The company, which launched earlier this year with an introductory collection, has expanded its offering with more seasonal fabrics and styles.

"The consumer has spoken," says Mark Tindall, co-founder and Chief Tall Guy at the company. "They love the fit, style and quality of our shirts and they want them in more styles and patterns." The 2011 Fall collection includes the Gaston, Gamble, Chesley and VanDyke shirts, four plaids that represent a twist on "what's old is new again" look.

With Italian-made fabric they are a great addition to any man's wardrobe - perfect with jeans, khakis or a nice pair of dark trousers - and are 100% made in the USA. These are classic shirts that will spruce up any wardrobe with a cut that is impeccably designed for the tall man. Great service is a key ingredient of the Longshot experience and the company offers free shipping and free returns on all orders.

Longshot Apparel's mission is to provide an exceptional tailored taller fit for tall, lean men who are 6'0 to 6'10". While other big and tall shirt companies simply "size-up" a standard pattern in order to accommodate a taller and wider build, Longshot Apparel engineers their product patterns with only the tall and fit man in mind: "Most 'big and tall' companies create really wide shirts for 'big' guys," added Tindall. "We know you don't have to be big to be tall."

The tall, fit guy is constantly compromising. The founding mission of Longshot Apparel is to right this fashion wrong with gorgeous men's shirts designed to fit the stylish, fit physique. Designed with simple lines, classic details and a nod to vintage shirts, Longshot products are guaranteed to stand the test of time. "We create hand-me-downs," says Mark Tindall. "It is our mission to create really beautiful, high-quality product that can be handed down from one generation to the next. When was the last time you could say that about a shirt?"

Longshot Apparel products are made in America of premium Italian fabrics. The company prides itself on being close to and actually knowing its manufacturers in order to build the best product and to retain the highest level of quality and construction for every shirt they sell. One of Longshot Apparel's manufacturing partners is the oldest shirt maker in the United States.

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