Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian
Freenote Cloth

Dayton Short Sleeve Work Shirt in Obsidian

$ 220.00 $ 165.00
Size: Small
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  • The Dayton Work Shirt from Freenote is sewn using an a 6oz cotton canvas fabric from Japan inspired by 1950's garage shirting. The shirt is fitted with an open camp collar and two oversized utility pockets at the chest large enough to store a variety of tools or gadgets. Finished with double needle stitching and custom metal repro buttons from Japan.
    • Regular fit
    • 6.5oz canvas fabric from Japan
    • Two oversized pleated utility pockets
    • 1/8" double needle stitch detailing throughout
    • Metal repro buttons from Japan
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in USA
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Small 41.5" 17.75" 9.8" 28"
    Medium 42.5" 18.25" 10" 28.75"
    Large 45.5" 19" 10.6" 29.25"
    X-Large 47.5" 19.25" 10.75" 29.25"

    For details about how we measure our garments visit the measuring guide.

  • Freenote Cloth manufacturers classic American garments made to withstand the test of time. Founded by brothers Andrew and Matt Brodrick, Freenote Cloth draws much of their inspiration from their hometown of San Juan Capistrano, California - a city rich with rancho era history of the Old West. Fueled by nostalgia and a passion for quality, Freenote aims to create a new era of timeless American clothing.

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Made in the USA, Freenote Cloth manufacturers classic American garments designed to withstand the test of time. Founded by brothers Andrew and Matt Brodrick, Freenote Cloth draws much of their inspiration from their hometown of San Juan Capistrano, California - a city rich with rancho era history of the Old West. Fueled by nostalgia and a passion for quality, Freenote aims to create a new era of timeless American clothing.