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Brand new with tags Momotaro Red Selvedge Chambray Work Shirt, Sz 42

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by publicola, Feb 6, 2016.

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    This is a brand new, with tags, red selvedge chambray shirt, made by Momotaro Jeans co, size 42. The material is 5 oz. selvedge cotton, with triple needle construction (see, e.g., the yoke needle work). It has two chest pockets. The pocket on the left is a button-through drop-in pocket with a slot for a pencil. The pocket on the right chest is a button-through flap pocket. The front button placket and the cuffs are reinforced with a soft cream colored cotton fabric (see photo). The bottom sides of the shirt have the chainstitch thread hanging off, a signature of this style (if you don't like that, they're easy to cut off). The collar has a double-button strap (see photo). An exceptional Japanese-made shirt.​

    The shirt is size 42. I've done a few measurements laying the shirt flat. These are approximate measurements only:
    Shoulder: 18.5"
    Chest (pit-to-pit): 21.5"
    Sleeves: about 25.25"​

    Please let me know if you have questions.
     
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