Part number: dg-1109
A short-sleeved shirt using Amami Oshima traditional crafts [mud dyeing] and [indigo dyeing].
Specifications that can be worn roughly with a wide silhouette.
By squeezing the shirt from the back with the button open and dyeing, the front is asymmetrical.
One of the charms of the unique textile design created by the taste and nature unique to manual work.
A light cotton material that is slightly larger than last year's linen material.
Please see the size specifications for details.
Since all are dyed by hand by craftsmen, it is also attractive that there are changes in facial expressions one by one.
Co-production with Higo Staining.
What is [mud dyeing]? t4> A dyeing method with a history of 1300 years, which is one of the production processes.
A technique that uses "Teach wood" that grows naturally in Amami Oshima and iron-rich mud that can only be made in Amami, and dyes everything by hand.
Since no chemical dyes are used, there is no harm to the environment and no allergens are mixed.
A unique dyeing method that has many merits such as deodorant effect and insect repellent effect.
* This product uses [Traditional craft "Mud dyeing" in Amami Oshima, Kagoshima prefecture] and [Indigo dyeing].
* Because all are dyed by hand, the color appearance of the actual product may differ slightly from the image one by one, so please be forewarned
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* Due to the characteristics of dyeing, it may be slightly different from the size chart shown.
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 170 cm (wearing BROWN / XL, D.NAVY / L)
* This item will be delivered by click post, so we cannot accept delivery on a specified date and time.
What is DEVADURGA?
The highest mountain in the Himalayas, "Everest," was called Devadurga in Sanskrit.
Sacred mountain, meaning the top of the world.
With that meaning in our brand name, we continue to propose unique outdoor styles using Amami's traditional crafts, mud dyeing and indigo dyeing, from Japan to the world.