6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo
Pure Blue Japan

6oz Selvedge Kasuri Work Shirt in Indigo

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  • This immaculately detailed work shirt from Pure Blue Japan blends elements of Americana with traditional Japanese dyeing techniques. The shirt is cut from a 6oz selvedge chambray fabric that has been dyed using the Japanese "kasuri" process which weaves a varied palette of indigo-dyed yarn in an abstract pattern. With wear, the shirt will fade to an irregular blue, highlighting the difference in color across the yarn. Fitted with two workwear style chest pockets, chainstitch runoff, and the signature Pure Blue Japan indigofera leaf embroidery.
    • Slim fit throughout body and arms
    • Indigo dyed, will fade with wear
    • Selvedge detailing along placket and vents
    • Two asymmetrical chest pockets at front
    • Black resin buttons
    • Vintage double-needle construction
    • Chainstitch runoff at vents
    • Signature Pure Blue Japan leaf embroidery along left side seam
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in Japan
    • Style #: 2194
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    2 39" 15" 26" 26.5"
    3 42" 16" 26.5" 28"
    4 45" 17.5" 27" 29.5"
    5 48" 19" 29.5" 31"
  • Pure Blue Japan is known for using a combination of vintage shuttle looms and natural dying techniques to create some of the most irregular and beautifully unique denim on the market. The brand is represented by their leaf logo, embroidered on the back pocket of every jean, which is the leaf of the indigofera plant used to create natural indigo dyes. Pure Blue Japan was founded in 1997 through Kenichi Iwaya's passion for denim. Now approaching twenty years in business, the brand has earned its place on the small list of artisan manufacturers that are widely considered the best in the world. With excruciating attention to detail in every step of the process from dying, to weaving, to sewing and hardware, Pure Blue Japan truly earns their prestige.