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US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT
US ARMY SHIRT

orSlow

US ARMY SHIRT

¥20,790

Part number: 03-8045-16

Orslow's FATIGUE series
FATIGUE SHIRT, which is attracting attention from overseas fashion connoisseurs, is long-awaited restock!


Army shirt using the same original back satin fabric as Orslow's classic fatig pants.
Like pants, it is recommended for an elegant adult military style with an exquisite atmosphere and a sense of size.
One wash makes it comfortable to wear and fits your body well.
Uses a slightly thicker fabric that can also be used as a light outerwear.
The chest has a flap pocket with buttons.
While it has a wild atmosphere, the patterns and sewing that are particular about the details are also the charm of Orslow.


COTTON 100%

MADE IN JAPAN

Length: 3 / L 76cm, 4 / XL 78cm, 5 / XXL 80cm
Width: 3 / L 57cm, 4 / XL 59cm, 5 / XXL 61cm
Shoulder width: 3 / L 46cm, 4 / XL 47cm, 5 / XXL 48cm
Sleeve length: 3 / L 64cm, 4 / XL 65cm, 5 / XXL 66cm


orSlow is
Originality's clothes are carefully examined and created.
In the world of fashion, which flows at a dizzying speed, I will slowly reconsider my personality.
Clothes born in the 19th and 20th centuries, especially those derived from work military, are loved by many people not only as work clothes but also as fashion, and are still supported as basic wear even today.
We will design such eternal classic clothes slow through our filters.
We value the warmth created by our hands and aim to create high-quality products with attention to detail.
The brand name is derived from "(or) examine things with originality and create things in (slow).
I want you to wear it while tasting it carefully." A Japanese brand founded in 2005.