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This particular version of the CO-24W is in the "wine" colorway. It was accompanied by a short-sleeve version and was available via Self Edge as the "wine over water" flannel from 2015. It's a mid-weight flannel that incorporates a block-check pattern that FlatHead is known for, with a herringbone pattern woven into the fabric itself, which is only visible in one of the 3 alternating color blocks on the shirt (which is the blend of black and wine). A beautiful signature piece. It's light enough that you can wear it as a main piece in warmer weather, or layer it over a tee when it gets chilly. This is not to be confused with Flat Head's heavy winter flannel, which is napped to the max inside for insane cold suppression. This one is much more versatile. Please note, though, that the following tags have been removed: the brand tag and size tag from the back inner shoulder (where those always are), and the brand tag from the left chest pocket. The only remaining tag is on the inner left abdomen, with material makeup and care instructions. Though it's been worn and washed, it's in very good taken-care-of condition, with little to no visible pilling.

Size 40, with measurements that correspond to a US Small, see below.
Made in Japan, 100% cotton
Urea buttons
Dual chest pockets with button closures

Measurements taken buttoned, laying flat:
Chest: 19 1/4"
Abdomen, at slimmest point: 18"
Shoulders: 18"
Arm length from shoulder seam: 23 1/4"
Center back length from collar seam: 25 1/4"

Shipping is included within Canada and the USA. Please message me with questions, offers, or trade options. I'm looking for other similar goods with similar sizing. Thanks!
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