A short-sleeved shirt using Amami Oshima traditional crafts [mud dyeing] and [indigo dyeing].
Specifications that can be weared roughly in a wide silhouette.
By applying a squeeze from the back with the button of the shirt open and dyeingThe finish that the best time to see is asymmetrical.
One of the charms is the unique taste unique to manual labor and the unique textile design created by nature.
It is a smooth cotton material, and it is finished slightly larger than last year's linen material.
For details, please refer to the size specifications.
Because everything is dyed by hand by craftsmen, it is also attractive that there is a change in the expression one by one.
Co-produced with Higo Dyeing.
What is mud dyeing?
A traditional industry that Amami Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture is proud of around the world [Oshima Tsumugi]
It is one of the production processes, and the dyeing method has a history of 1,300 years.
It is a technology that dyes everything by hand using the "tati tree" that is naturally available on Amami Oshima island and the iron-rich mud that can only be made in Amami.
Since no chemical dyes are used, there is no harm to the environment, and no allergens are mixed in.
It is a one-of-a-world dyeing method that contains many advantages such as deodorizing effect and insect repellent effect.
※ This product uses [traditional craft [mud dyeing] and [indigo dyeing] of Amami Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture.
※ Because all are dyed by hand, the color view of the image and the actual product may be slightly different one by one,
Please understand in advance.
* Due to the characteristics of dyeing, it may be slightly around the size chart described.
MADE IN JAPAN
Length: L/72 cm, XL/75 cm
Width: L/63 cm, XL/65 cm
Shoulder width: L/52 cm, XL/55 cm
Sleeve length: L/26 cm, XL/27 cm
※ model height 170cm (BROWN / XL, wearing D.NAVY / L)
※ This product will be delivered by click post, so we can not accept date and time specified delivery.
What is DEVADURGA?
Designer Hitoshi Shimazaki continues to transmit with his own sense from his hometown Amami Oshima.
Everest, the highest mountain in the Himalayas, was called Devadurga in Sanskrit.
It means sacred mountain, the top of the world.
With such a meaning as our own brand name, we continue to propose unique outdoor styles using mud dyeing and indigo dyeing, which are traditional amami crafts from Japan to the world.