Style number: 80420021050
Each of the three pieces is made by a twisting method of a different age, and a classic pack T-shirt that is unique to Nigel Cabourn and is particular about the design and details that match the manufacturing method of that era.
Nigel Cabourn uses original fabrics for most of its products.
The thread itself that is the basis of the fabric When ready-made products do not meet his purpose, it is not uncommon to start with thread making.
Even a T-shirt for him who loves vintage It is no exception.
Ring spinning that appeared in the 1830s, air spinning in the 1950s, and the idea of "If you want to make a 3-pack T-shirt, let's express the difference in spinning and the difference in comfort derived from it" Invented by Japan The ultimate pack T with a design that suits each of the three types of fabrics from a different era than the latest vortex spinning.
It's a bit different from Pack T, which usually contains the same thing.
It's only surprising that this can be purchased for the 10,000 yen range.
No.1-Pneumatic Spinning-V-neck pocket T
In the 1950s, an innovative method was invented that was completely different from the principle of ring spinning.
The principle of air spinning can be easily understood by imagining a clothes dryer that rotates at high speed.
As the short fibers rotate in the vortex of air, centrifugal force increases the density of the outside of the yarn and makes it harder.
And when the thread is sliced into round slices, the density of the central part becomes thicker than that of the outer shell.
In other words, it is comfortable to wear and has a firm hardness.
Since it is the hardness of the micro world of the cross section of the thread, it does not mean that it is hard and uncomfortable to wear.
A moderately hard thread leads to a smooth fit, and the densely packed thread surface quickly absorbs sweat and releases it as it separates from the body.
The design is from the vintage of the 1950s.
No.2.-Ring Spinning-Crew Neck
A coarse thread of sliver (a mass of cotton wool with only the directions of the short fibers aligned before spinning) is pulled out with a roller, passed through a metal ring that rotates around the bobbin, and wound around the bobbin. I will continue.
At this time, the bobbin itself also rotates at high speed, so it is a mechanism that twists according to the movement and speed of both.
Although it is the oldest spinning, ring spinning continues to be inherited in modern times.
Since 200 years have passed since the invention, machines have evolved dramatically and speed, precision, and quality have improved dramatically, but the principle of spinning is the same both at the beginning of the invention and at the present day.
To show the universal spinning principle itself, ring-spun yarn-netted T-shirts are extremely orthodox and have a "normal" touch in a good way.
Designed based on the vintage of the 1800s for the oldest spinning.
No.3-Vortex Spinning-Shallow Crew Neck
In contrast to air spinning, which spins by swirling air with a rough centrifugal force, the major feature is that the behavior of short fibers of a dozen millimeters is controlled one by one by the swirling flow of air.
The short fibers are placed in a fine jet stream, and the tips of the short fibers converge toward the center of the yarn in a nearly untwisted state, and the other end is twisted so as to slip into the outer shell of the yarn itself.
This dramatically eliminates the shape of the thread itself, and by suppressing the fluff to the utmost limit, a thread with a very smooth feel can be created.
This is the comfort of yarn that can only be produced with the latest Japanese technology.
The design is also the most modern.
Please enjoy the comfort and design with different characteristics by 3 types of spinning.
We will deliver it in the original box.
* Since this product is a continuous product, the product number listed and the product number purchased may differ.
Please note that.
MADE IN JAPAN
No.1 air spinning
Length: 48 / 69cm, 50 / 70cm, 52 / 72cm
Width: 48 / 54cm, 50 / 55cm, 52 / 57cm
Sleeve length: 48 / 45.5cm, 50 / 46cm, 52 / 48cm
No.2. Ring spinning
Length: 48 / 68cm, 50 / 70cm, 52 / 71cm
Width: 48 / 53cm, 50 / 55cm, 52 / 56cm
shoulder width: 48 / 47cm, 50 / 48cm, 52 / 49cm
Sleeve Length: 48 / 22cm, 50 / 22cm, 52 / 22.5cm
No.3 Vortex spinning
Length: 48 / 72cm, 50 / 704cm, 52 / 76cm
Width: 48 / 49cm, 50 / 51cm, 52 / 52cm
shoulder width: 48 / 43cm, 50 / 44cm, 52 / 45cm
Sleeve Length: 48 / 22cm, 50 / 23cm, 52 / 24cm
What is Nigel Cabourn?
A collection of British designer Nigel Cabourn, a world-renowned collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor clothing.
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 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, dyeing that can not be realized. By sorting out items that utilize tweed and processing technology, we are creating a collection that is not found anywhere else.