1920 --1930s STYLE WORK SHIRT
INDIGO WABASH STRIPE
|XS||71 cm||51 cm||62 cm||41 cm|
Lot No. 2023002
It is a real name reproduction model of the Ohio workwear brand named "Iron Olds", which has many mysterious parts at the moment, such as the detailed age, the history of the company that manufactured it, the type of item, etc.
This "Iron Olds" workwear is regarded as a phantom workwear brand due to its small number and its characteristic details.
The biggest attraction of this brand is that it is engraved on the brand name and buttons.
There is a phrase "Don't say Overalls --Say Ironalls" (don't say overalls, say iron alls).
It is a synonym for the identity of "Iron Olds", which was confident in making products.
■ The design is based on coveralls, and the pocket design for the pocket watch on the left chest, the high collar and the large chin strap are unique to Iron Olds.
Like the coveralls, the large chin strap on the collar is an excellent item that can be fastened with a folding button on the other side.
■ It is a tough work shirt that is sewn tightly with three needles like the coveralls.
■ The material used is STIFEL's real name reproduction indigo wabash striped fabric, which developed the cylinder discharge printing method, and the buttons are thick and elegant shell button specifications.
■ Union tickets are firmly sewn on the hem and back of the placket.
■ Washed products
Color: INDIGO WABASH CHAMBRAY
Country of production: Japan
* Model wearing size 16 / M: Height 175cm Weight 72kg
Freewheelers shirts are always worn in 16 / M size.As usual, this product is 16 / M size and fits perfectly.
The tops are L / 40 size and the bottoms are W32 inches.Please refer to it.
[Reference example of size]
Staff A: Choose height 180cm, weight 82kg 17 / L
Staff B: Height 168cm Weight 60kg Choose 15 / S
* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.