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20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL
20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL

Nigel Cabourn

20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL

¥28,600

Product number: 80420010006

The vintage ``Engineer shirt from the 20's'' revived in the present age, with a special attention to detail like Nigel Cabourn
The thread used is 60 single thread.
The thread gets thinner as the number called count increases.

General textiles have 10 warp threads and 5 weft threads, which is about half that amount. exists.
We call this kind of fabric with the same vertical and horizontal ratio as a "square".

This fabric also raises the horizontal ratio to the limit, and is designed to the limit value for linen.
The fabric is twill, which is representative of the British Army Vintage.
The unique soft texture is created by kneading the material during the kibata stage.
A gem typical of Nigel Cabourn.


COLLECTION: 2021SS
SEX: MAN
LINE: MAIN

LINEN 100%

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, 50/65 cm
Shoulder width: 48/48 cm, 50/49.5 cm



About Nigel Cabourn
A collection of Nigel Cabourn, a British designer who is a world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear, and outdoor wear.
Inspired by the vintage collection of over 4,000 items that he has collected over the past 30 years, his collection is timeless and reborn.
It is very distinctive that Nigel himself divides his own designs into British production (authentic line) and Japan production (main line).
For the former, we mainly use British-origin materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items that are produced in Mackintosh factories and Scottish knit factories. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we create a collection that cannot be found anywhere else.