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

Nigel Cabourn

20s ENGINEER SHIRTS LINEN TWILL

$183.00

Product number: 80460011001

I saw on Instagram that Nigel himself loves vintage baseball shirts.
The popular product that sold out in a blink of an eye after its release last season due to the overwhelming response

With Nigel Kay Bonn's attention to detail, including the thread, it's a modern product. A revived vintage "engineer shirt from the 20's".
Cotton twill fabric is used to reproduce the 50's vintage baseball shirt.
The design has functional details such as inner pockets and chrysanthemum holes, with a smooth yet firm texture.
The stand-up collar that rises from the inside of the round neck also has a sweat-retaining function.
A classical piece with a moderately roomy silhouette that goes well with a wide range of styling.



COLLECTION: 2023SS
SEX: MAN
LINE: MAIN

COTTON 100%

MADE IN JAPAN


Length: 48/79 cm, 50/79.3 cm, 52/82.5 cm
Width:48/63 cm, 50/ 65 cm, 52/68 cm
Sleeve length:48/31 cm, 50/31.5 cm, 52/32 cm
Shoulder width: 48/47 cm, 50/49.5 cm, 52/51.3 cm



What is Nigel Cabourn
A collection of British designer Nigel Cabourn, 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 knit factories in Scotland. By sorting out items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we create a collection that cannot be found anywhere else.