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¥ 19,800
  (A) (B) (C) (D)
S 72 cm 55 cm 62 cm 45 cm
M 74 57 63 46
L 76 59 64 48
XL 77 62 65 50
XXL 79 64 66 51

"THE RITE STUFF" is a brand that develops designs based on vintage workwear, which was established by Mr. Bryan Shettig, an American living in Taiwan.
A lineup that is made by skilled craftsmen, sticking to the texture, materials, and sewing of vintage workwear, and has functionality that is closer to the work style of the time and is still in use today.
In addition, it is a brand that is particular about making fabrics, sewing, and even small parts by properly hired craftsmen by "Made in Japan".

■ The design is based on the Heracles work shirt, which is said to be the gold standard of vintage work shirts, and is a shirt that uses 5 ounces of chambray fabric as the material.You can wear it all year round.
■ It goes without saying that the quality is high because it is a collaboration with Mr. John Lofgren, a designer of boots maker who is familiar with vintage.It is also recommended for vintage lovers.
■ It features a chin strap and a back yoke arranged in a large curve, chrysanthemum holes arranged on the back and underarms that function as ventilation, and a large elbow patch extending from the cuffs.
■ Three-needle chain stitch is used for the stitch work at key points to increase durability.
■ Buttons use cat-eye buttons with a vintage feel.Especially for the ECRU color buttons, we are particular about using the dead stock white butterfly shell buttons of the 1920s.
■ Washed products

Material:100% COTTON
Color: 3 colors
Country of production: Japan

* Model wearing size: M / 38 Height 175cm Weight 72kg
Shirts from all brands wear L / 40 size.This product is M / 38 size and fits perfectly.
The bottom is wearing W32 inches.Please refer to it.

[Reference example of size]
・ Staff A: Height 182cm Weight 80kg L / 40 is selected.
・ Staff B: Height 168cm Weight 60kg Select S / 36.

* The size is the actual size, but since it is a washed product, there may be some individual differences. It is just a suggestion.