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NWT Double RL (RRL) Striped Selvedge Oxford Shirt (M) (PRICE DROP 07/02)

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grujaz10

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Up for sale is a beautiful NWT Double RL (RRL) striped oxford shirt in a size medium. The shirt is a button down classic with a nice trim fit and a great hem that allows easy wear untucked. The fabric is a selvedge Oxford cotton which gives a really nice hand to the fabric. It's a nicely weighted oxford cotton with a nice open, slubby like weave.

Nice trim sleeves and high armholes. Mother of pearl buttons throughout and a buttoned chest pocket.

[COLOR=FF00AA]SOLD[/COLOR]
 

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ispace

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This looks like the non-selvedge version.
 

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What are the chest pit to pit, and sleeve measurements?
 

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what are the p2p measurements? sometimes rrl will have insane sizing where 25" is a xs...
 
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