Good denim is like a scar—it always tells a story.
The denim story involves the California Gold Rush, the steel mills of Pittsburgh, counter-culture, cowboys, and most everything in between. Denim sunk its claws into the backs of American men, and the love affair hasn’t waned. When I go—hopefully on horseback, leading a cavalry charge—I’ll probably be wearing a denim shirt.
I like this cut. It’s slimming. The wash is spectacular. The weight, substantial enough. You’re probably not building the railroads in this shirt, but we triple-stitched it just in case.
Denim Shirt (N
o. G1026). 6½ oz pure denim. Felled seams, gusseted side vents, triple-needle stitching. I’ll mention the wash again (superb). Two patch pockets with flap and button closure. Industrial workwear buttons. Probably one of the few pieces in your closet you can wear under a blazer, on a roof slinging a hammer, or with shorts and flip flops. Imported.