The popular UES rope-dyed indigo selvedge flannel has been given a stylish twist with a nod to both work wear tradition and Japanese textile heritage with the woven sashiko wabash pattern. Like the plain version this flannel is going to age with wear like a good pair of jeans.
They custom weave the fabric on old shuttle looms in Okayama.
Despite the generous proportions in the large sizes the shirts maintains a modern regular/slim silhouette.
Ivory Nut palm, of which the buttons are made, is a tree native to equatorial regions and can reach 20 metres tall. Their cultivation in Amazonian South America is helping stem deforestation and offers an ecological alternative to ivory. They help counter both the destruction of the Rain Forest and the elephants.
-100% cotton heavy selvedge flannel
-Sashiko wabash design
-Chain Stitched main body seams
-Ivory Palm Nut buttons
-Rinsed once (Will not shrink)
-Crafted in Japan
Junior is 173 cm tall and weighs 65 kg. He wears a medium flannel.