Description of product
Our 1932 Engineer Shirt reflects a typical work shirt of the 1930s with reenforced shoulders and ellbow. This was done to make typical stress points stronger and more durable.
Two big chest pockets and the typical collar strap are typical for shirts from the 1930s.
We have used a fabric made from cotton/linen, which was woven with melange yarns. This results in the typical salt`t`pepper effect, that is also classic for 1930s work shirts.
The following details characterize our 1932 Engineer Shirt:
- 50% cotton/ 50%Linen, 150 g/m2
- regular fit
- reenforced shoulders and ellbows
- collar strap
- Made in Portugal
Note for tops:
Measurements provided are of the product when laid flat, not as worn on a body.
CHEST / PIT TO PIT: Measured across the chest from armpit seam to seam directly below sleeve seams at the armpit.
SHOULDER: Taken across the back and measured from shoulder tip to shoulder tip.
SLEEVE: Following the natural curve of the sleeve from shoulder seam to cuff.
BACK LENGTH: Measured from the seam at the base ofthe collar to the bottom hem of the top.
Machine Wash 30°
Do Not Bleach
Do Not Tumble
Iron Cool Heat