Style number: 80420010006
The vintage "20" that has been revived in the present age by sticking to the thread like Nigel Kavon. Engineer shirt of the age "
The thread used is a fine number called 60th single thread.
The thread becomes thinner as the number called the count increases.
In general woven fabrics, the number of weft yarns is 5, which is about half that of 10 warp yarns, but the British fabrics that prefer simple and sturdy are high-quality fabrics with the same number of weft yarns as the warp yarns. Exists.
The fabric with the same vertical and horizontal ratio is called "square".
This fabric also raises the horizontal ratio to the limit, and the linen is designed to the limit value.
The organization is twill (twill), which is a representative of the British Army vintage.
Although it has a unique fluffy texture due to special processing that is rubbed at the stage of the raw machine (Kibata), the high-quality French flux is not made into fibrils, and the goodness of the material is utilized as it is.
A gem like Nigel Cabourn.
MADE IN JAPAN
Length: 48/75 cm, 50 / 76.5 cm
Width: 48 / 57.5 cm, 50 / 59.5 cm
Sleeve length: 48 / 64 cm,
Shoulder width: 48 / 48 cm, 50 / 49.5 cm
What is Nigel Cabourn?
An Englishman who is also a world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear. A collection of designer Nigel Kavon.
Inspired by more than 4000 vintage collections over 30 years, his collection is timeless and new.
It is very characteristic that Nigel himself divides his own design into British production (authentic line) and Japanese production (main line).
The former uses mainly British materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items produced at Macintosh factories and Scottish knit factories, and the latter is a unique fabric that can only be made in Japan. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we are creating a collection that is not found anywhere else.