Type 470 Stock Collar Shirt w/ Contrast Sleeves, Woad Dyed Calendar, Hickoree's Exclusive

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. While woad was grown to some extent in England, the sun and warmer temperatures of southern France meant that woad cultivated there was especially prized for its deeper, richer blue."

- Available exclusively at Hickoree's
- Relaxed fit
- Cotton calendar custom-woven for Tender in England
- Hand garment-dyed with woad
- Tonal body/sleeve color combination results from the garment-dyeing process, as the original barge blue body and natural sleeves take on the woad dye to varying degrees
- Shifted side and sleeve seams allow for deeper side pockets
- Wide front placket
- Short collar with Levis "first type" stitch
- Side vents and back pleat for ease of movement
- Longer back tail
- Pleated cuffs
- Bar tacked at points of stress
- English-made deadstock melamine buttons
- 100% cotton

Made in England

3 (M)
Chest (Pit to Pit) 24.75"
Length (Front) 28"
Length (Back) 32.5"
Sleeve Length 24.5"
Across Shoulders 21"