Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
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  • Indlæs billede til gallerivisning Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
  • Indlæs billede til gallerivisning Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue - Supermen.dk
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Revolution Utility Shirt - Lightblue

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This Revolution wardrobe stable overshirt is crafted from a heavy 8-wales cotton corduroy fabric, with a soft and velvety surface. The shirt is detailed with characteristic square utility chest-pockets, a front placket finished with tonal buttons and adjustable sleeve cuffs. The neck-loop is made for easy hanging of this shirt, and for extra comfort it is constructed with a traditional double-layer back-yoke with a box-pleat, which gives you better room for mobility. Wear it as a warm everyday shirt through the cold season, or layer it over a printed t-shirt or a sweatshirt for a casual look. Through decades corduroy has been highly appreciated for the durability as well as the cool appearance. Corduroy originates from the ancient Egyptians and was considered a cloth for the high-society. During the 18th century corduroy moved down the social scale, as British textile manufacturers developed the distinctive wales that would transform it into the corduroy we know today. The fabric was soon favored by schoolteachers and academics, and because corduroy was considered a very strong fabric, it became popular as a material for the working men's clothing after the Industrial revolution. During the 1970s corduroy developed a fashion status, as an anti-establishment badge of a cool working-class fabric, and this status is still current today

Quality: 100% Cotton