LATE 1800s WIDE SPREAD COLLAR SHIRT
WHITE HEAVY OXFORD
|XS||69 cm||49 cm||61 cm||39 cm|
A simple shirt bearing the name of America's leading non-fiction writer Norman Kingsley Mailer is designed with the motif of a wide spread collar shirt from the late 1800s.
We put more emphasis on the elements of functional wear, and we have included details that make us feel the elements of work in the dress-style items.
First, there is one less front button than modern shirts, and the buttons are more spaced apart.
In addition, all sewing is done only by lock stitching, and the strikingly detailed hand movement is like a tailored shirt.
It is an old style with a long length. Especially recommended as an inner for 2-piece or 3-piece setup coordination.
■ The material is Oxford fabric with a good atmosphere and unevenness formed by thick warp threads.
■ The best selling point of this shirt is the wide spread collar (wide and large collar) with a beautiful silhouette that you can see from the inside when you put the jacket together.
■ Union tickets are firmly sewn on the hem and back of the placket.
■ Button uses elegant Takase shellfish.
■ Washed products
Country of production: Japan
* Model wearing size: 16 / M Height 175cm Weight 72kg
Freewheelers shirts always wear 16 / M.As usual, this product is 16 / M size and fits perfectly.
Tops of all branded products wear L / 40. (Please think that size 16 / M is equivalent to L size.)
[Reference example of size]
・ Staff A: Choose height 180cm, weight 82kg 17 / L.
・ Staff B: Height 168cm Weight 60kg 15 / S is selected.
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.