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A 13th century French city, almost perfectly preserved, surrounded by walls and towers up to 18 feet thick.
They knew somehow that gunpowder was coming. Aigues-Mortes (“Egmort,” as the Brits say) was the only Mediterranean port that France had back then. The Crusaders used to embark from here.
Later, when local history quieted down, the citizens focused their energy on the relatively peaceful activity of making sea-salt. If you stand on the ramparts and look out towards the water you can see huge white hillocks of salt in the distance, whiter than the clouds above.
I found this shirt in that place out of time.
Cool, lightweight, open-weave cotton. Simple styling, much like the shirts worn by the Crusaders — easy straight cut, full sleeves, band collar with button-free placket.
The fabric has a subtle tone-on-tone stripe that evokes the view from the ramparts.
Aigues-Mortes Shirt (No. 2418), as described, with chest pocket, simple decorative topstitching. Perfect for crusading on the boardwalks and beaches of August.
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Colors: Blue, White.
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Fabric Content: 100% Cotton.
Care Instructions: Machine Wash Cold Separately, Tumble Dry Low, Do Not Bleach, Warm Iron If Desired, May Be Dry Cleaned.
Length: 29 1/2" to 31 1/2". Varies by size.