A flannel shirt from the "FICTION ROMANCE" series that unravels the historical facts and materials of vintage workwear and brings back the lost details to the present day. A deep navy colored checkered fabric with indigo used as the dye for the yarn. In the 1940s and 1950s, various manufacturers were trying to differentiate themselves from other companies and developing uniqueness. The placket on the cuffs is made of binder, and the cuff is made of one piece, so it is resistant to tearing. Selvedge is arranged on the side cloth, and the finish is red and indigo karakan spec. Karakan is a stitch thread that can be created when double chain stitching is performed using an overlock sewing machine. The shoulder part is a curved vintage yoke. And the multi-colored marble buttons match the deep body color.
Model wearing size : L (Height180cm Weight72kg)
Fabric: 9oz Selvedge indigo twill check (washed)
Button: Urea marble button
Pocket: Both chest pocket
※Indigo product. Please be careful of discoloration and migration.
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