Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo
Gitman Vintage

Dobby Camp Shirt in Indigo

$ 225.00
Size: Medium
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  • This camp shirt from Gitman Vintage is made from a unique fabric at their Lafayette, Tennessee factory. This shirt features a deadstock indigo dyed Japanese dobby cloth. Finished with minimal detailing and sewn in the camp shirt style - a relaxed fit, straight hem cut designed for more breathability in warm weather.
    • Relaxed body, straight hem, short sleeve design
    • Deadstock Japanese dobby cloth
    • Open collar, with single button loop at neck
    • Vents at sides
    • Reinforced cuffs and collar
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in USA
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Small 41" 17.5" 9.5" 27.75"
    Medium 45" 18.5" 9.5" 28"
    Large 49" 19.75" 9.5" 29.75"
    X-Large 53.5" 21" 9.5" 30.5"

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  • Equal parts heritage and contemporary, Gitman Vintage comes courtesy of the prolific Gitman Bros. manufacturing company of Lafayette, Tennessee. The label draws from over 80 years of experience to create shirts of the utmost quality, while incorporating the most adventurous patterns and styles from their vast fabric archive.
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Gitman Bros. is one of the last remaining American shirt makers with all manufacturing still based in the USA. Each season they dust off the old line books to create an authentic interpretation of the past, leveraging their 80 year history to create new, adventurous patterns and styles from their vast fabric archive. Gitman's production methods may have evolved with the advent of new technology, but focus still remains on wearability and durability. Many of their sewers are third and fourth generation shirt makers and their collective expertise is what makes Gitman consistently extraordinary.