Type 430 Butterfly Shirt, Woad Crock Cloth

From Tender Co.: "Woad is a member of the brassica family, which also includes cabbages, and is native to Europe, where it is has been cultivated since the Stone Age. Similar to vegetable indigo, but less easy to process, and more delicate in colour, woad must be oxidised, turning the dye from a yellowish- green (pictured) to blue.Tender???s woad dyeing is done entirely by hand."

- Relaxed fit
- Cut from English-woven all cotton crock cloth
- Hand dip-dyed with woad indigo grown in the south of France
- Designed with no side seams, creating the need for extra wide fabric for the body, reinterpreted armholes and sleeve seams, and repositioned front pockets - a series of "butterfly effect" events
- Two large pockets sewn into front placket on either side
- Bound armholes
- Dead-stock English made melamine buttons
- Over-the-sleeve felled seams
- Pleated back for ease of movement
- "Levi's first type" collar stitch
- Washed to eliminate shrinkage
-100% cotton

Made in England

Chest (Pit to Pit) 24"
Sleeve Length 27"
Across Shoulders 18"
Length 30"