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Gitman Vintage

Italian Linen Grid Check - Blue

$215.00

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Description

The Blue Linen Grid Check Short Sleeve Button Down Shirt from Gitman Vintage is made from a windowpane-styled yarn dyed pattern in a Linen fabric that's perfect for warmer weather and will become softer and perfectly faded with repeated wearings and washes. This Italian woven fabric was produced to create texture within a large scale plaid design using shades of white and blues with single yarn rainbow accents that translate to a fun yet sophisticated short sleeve shirt. Replete with original details like chalk buttons, locker loop, and a final horizontal button hole in green thread, this signature slim fit with its tailored body and arms makes it a "just right" cut for most body types. Gitman Vintage shirts are classic, simple, original and have a casual sophistication that have made them a standard wardrobe piece for many a well-dressed man.

Specs

  • Tailored Fit
  • 98% Linen / 2% Cotton
  • Medium Weight Linen
  • Italian Fabric
  • Short Sleeve
  • Button Down Collar w/ Back Button
  • Last Button Hole w/ Horizontal Green Thread
  • Original Chalk Buttons
  • V Stitch Single Chest Pocket
  • Locker Loop
  • Box Pleat
  • Post-production Washed
  • Made in the USA

Sizing

Model Measurements: 5'11" | 165 lbs. | 40" Chest | 32.5" Waist - Wearing Size 15.5 (M)

Gitman Vintage shirts are washed post-production so expect some size variation between different fabrics. There is little to no shrinkage when washed and dried properly. We offer Gitman Vintage in neck sizing rather than alphas so now you can have the closest fit possible regardless of your fabric choice.

We recommend consulting our Sizing Guide and using our Virtual Size Chart.

Please feel free to Contact Us for additional assistance.

About Gitman Vintage

In 1932, Max Gitman opened the Ashland Shirt & Pajama Company in the coal mining town of Ashland, Pennsylvania. With his two sons, Alfred and Sheldon, he ran the factory as a contract shop up until 1978 when the Gitman Bros. brand was born. Today, Gitman Bros. is one of the last remaining American shirt makers with all manufacturing still based in the USA and made by workers who have been sewing clothing for generations, bringing all of their history... View All Gitman Vintage Products

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