The end of World War II was called the golden 50 years, and the economy was booming.
America in the 1950s. A loop collar knit shirt with roots in the sportswear that was popular during this era.
The body is knitted with high gauge (14G) fine thread,
The ribs on the sleeves and hem are carefully finished using linking, a traditional manufacturing method for knitted knits.
The increase and decrease of the stitches in raglan sleeves is a technique unique to flat knitting, and is a design feature.
The left chest features a felt embroidered emblem.
The thread of choice was Sea Island Cotton, also known as Royal Warrant, due to its elegant color and luster.
The highest quality cotton yarn is highly durable, lightweight, and has excellent water absorption and moisture release properties.As the material itself contains a lot of oil, it is suitable for cotton knits that require washing, and maintains its glossy texture as much as possible. I can do things.
In addition, by dyeing the yarn, we incorporate more yarn than usual and it takes time to knit, so it does not lose its shape.
It's a reliable product.
ABOUT KNIT LINKING
Knits evolved from hand knitting.
Make fabric like cloth and cut the parts
Rather than sewing, the parts are knitted together directly and then "linked" (docked).
By using special needles to connect each stitch one by one, the elasticity that is unique to knits is not compromised.
Also, since there is little seam allowance, it feels good on the skin and the seams are clean.
It has characteristics.
Producing using this inefficient method creates a three-dimensional effect.
It creates a beautiful and classy finish that is unique to knits.
・Even for the same product, there may be individual differences of 1 to 2 cm .
・The product has a One Washed finish .
Country of Origin
Made in Japan