NEW FLANNEL PARTY, Y'ALL:
Every since we started working with Indigofera, they’ve had some version of the Norris flannel shirt in their lineup. The latest version is our absolute favorite, by far.
The fabric is a heavyweight 3x1 selvedge twill, woven on shuttle looms in Japan. The 3x1 is an important detail – this flannel will wear like iron due to the rugged nature of this weave. Plus, it’s a selvedge flannel. That’s pretty damn rare.
The check is made from indigo dyed yarns, meaning this shirt is going to fade and take on a character of its own over time.
4-hole melamine buttons close this fucker up. Urea buttons are a cool historical detail on some flannels, but melamine is equally historically accurate, and much more durable. It’s nearly unbreakable, and fireproof, to boot.
The last great vintage detail on this garment are the bias cut pockets and yoke, making the whole thing even more of a treat to look at.
Here's me wearing one and looking sad:
If you want one -> SMASH HERE WITH MOUSE, or come see us in person. We like to see your faces, and give you beers.