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FREEWHEELERS
Freewheelers
MAILER SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT
LATE 1800s WIDE SPREAD COLLAR SHIRT
WHITE HEAVY OXFORD

¥15,000
Size
  (A) (B) (C) (D)
14 69 cm 46 cm 24 cm 40 cm
15 72 50 24 42
16 74 54 25 44
17 75 57 26 46
TBU 77 60 27 48
The simple Oxford shirt, which bears the name of America's leading non-fiction writer "Norman Kingsley Mailer," is inspired by the wide-spread collar shirt of the late 1800s.
In this collection, we place more emphasis on the elements of functional wear, and even the dress-style items include details that make you feel the taste of work.
First of all, compared to modern shirts, there is one less front button and the buttons are wider.
In addition, all sewing is done only by lock stitching, and the fine movement of the hands is astonishing, giving it an atmosphere like a tailored shirt.


■ The material is Oxford fabric with a good atmosphere and unevenness formed by thick warp threads.
■ As a feature, when you see it from inside the jacket, the wide spread color (wide and large collar on the side) with a beautiful silhouette is the first thing that catches your eye.
■ Union tickets are firmly sewn on the hem and back of the placket.
■ Button uses elegant Takase shellfish.
■ Washed products

Material:100% COTTON
Color: WHITE
Country of production: Japan


* Model wearing size: 16 / M Height 175cm Weight 72kg
I always wear 16 / M size shirts from Freewheelers products.As usual, this product is 16 / M size and fits perfectly.
The jacket wears L / 40 size.Also, for other brand products, choose L / 40 size for the tops.Please refer to it.
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.