An original flea market find from 1911 is the template for this “worker button-up shirt”. Special attention: The authentic processing of the neckline! The collar is turned over very fine by hand twice – real skill is required. This is exactly how the neckline of this shirt was originally processed 100 years ago, since the comfortable modern edging machines did not yet exist. In addition, the attached button placket made of cotton fabric and the original laundry buttons make this shirt a special eye-catcher. And of course, the patched neck mirror must not be missing today, as it was then for hard-working men.
103 Henley 5,5 oz. Classic Fit
Loopwheeled and therefore no sideseams.
2,5-4 cm (1-2 inches) extra length depending on size, as garment may shrink in the first wash.
Patch button border made of cloth
Authentic fabric-clad buttons
Remarkable, puristic neckline design
Interior neck patch
Authentic flat knitted cuffs on sleeves
Maximum comfort: triangular patch under the arms
Gentle to the skin, free of chemical additives
Completely made in Germany