Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine
Dehen 1920

Drover Overshirt in Smoke Gabardine

$ 265.00
Size: Large
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  • Inspired by old-west button ups, the Drover Shirt from Dehen 1920 is the brand's heavy duty overshirt made entirely at the brand's Portland, Oregon knitting factory. Built using a custom-weave gaberdine fabric, the shirt sports a feather weight, smooth finish, and soft touch. Cut in an oversized shirt-jacket fit, the Drover shirt features a roomy body and standard length. Fitted with large chest pockets, mother of pearl buttons, reinforced elbows, and a western pointed collar.
    • Regular fit
    • Cotton gaberdine fabric
    • Two chest pockets
    • Mother of pearl snap buttons
    • Reinforced elbow patches
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in Portland, Oregon USA
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Small 40"
    17" 25" 28"
    Medium 42" 17.75" 25.5" 29"
    Large 45" 18.25" 26" 29.5"
    X-Large 48
    19.25" 27" 30.5"

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  • Founded by William Peter Dehen in 1920, the century old maker produces traditional American styles using time-honored methods and classic patterns. With roots in supplying knitwear for colleges in the '20s, riding sweaters for Motorcycle clubs in the '30s, and varsity jackets for student athletes throughout the '50s; the brand continues their long-standing tradition of producing garments with a long-lasting quality and rugged styling, upholding the statement "Heavy Duty. Old School Truth". 

Founded by William Peter Dehen in 1920, the century old manufacturer produces traditional American styles using time-honored methods and classic patterns. With roots in supplying knitwear for colleges in the '20s, riding sweaters for Motorcycle clubs in the '30s, and varsity jackets for student athletes throughout the '50s; the brand continues their long-standing tradition of producing garments with a long-lasting quality and rugged style in their Portland, Oregon factory.