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| This shirt's texture has to be touched to be beleived. Like
a pair of hopsack trousers it is comprised of thick, visible
threads, creating a rich texture custom-built for winter.
And for thickness, few shirts can hold a candle to this
heavyweight. It's as soft as flannel, but with the firmess
and structure of Douglas Fir.
All measurements below are taken with the shirt laid flat. "Sleeves from Back" is measured from the center of the upper back. "Sleeves from Shoulder" is measured from the shoulder seam. Length is measured from the base of the collar (where it attaches to the shirt-body) to the bottom of the tail.
For nearly a century, the New England Shirt Company has been manufacturing beautifully made shirting in Fall River, Massachusetts. Housed in an impressive 200 hundred year-old factory, the New England Shirt Company creates supremely elegant, no-frills garments – the likes of which have become synonymous with the tradition of meticulous craftsmanship the Northeast is famous for. Handling one of their shirts is like glimpsing the American past.
I've loved my red-and-black lumberjack for years, but this shirt's rich navy checks has got my eyes wandering. It plays every casual tune your classic lumberjack has mastered, and then pulls a cello solo out of nowhere when layered under a flannel suit and navy sweater. Can't go wrong with this heavy twill.