Indigo Slub-Stripe 'Portland' Shirt


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Chest 42.0 44.0 47.0 49.0
Vertical Length 27.0 28.5 28.5 31.5
Sleeve Length 24.5 25.0 25.5 25.8
Shoulder Width 17.5 18.0 18.8 20.0

Roy's been hiding away in his studio for the past four months working on honing his shirt making skills. His first shirt release, which sold out in minutes, was a simple chambray shirt with some fun detailing. With this next shirt he's taken his production techniques and stepped them up a few notches all while using a fabric thats rarely seen outside of Japan. Roy has expressed that he's never spent this much time on each garment as he did with this run of shirts due to some of the complicated detailing.

The fabric on the "Portland" shirt is an American cotton lightly slub-striped selvedge textile from Japan's Rampuya mill thats been sanforized. The shirt features deadstock depression-era milky glass buttons, chainstitch run-off, selvedge accented gusseted sideseams, chainstitch embroidered hidden "Roy", 3-needle felling, and extra buttons in a hidden cyanide pill-pocket at the bottom tip of the placket, because as Roy says, "They'll never take you alive".

  • 6oz Selvage indigo slub-stripe fabric from Rampuya mill, Japan. (Sanforized, minimal shrinkage if any)
  • Depression milk glass buttons
  • Chainstitch embroidered hidden "Roy"
  • Three needle felling
  • High stitch count
  • Selvage gussets and chain-off
  • Hemstitching on button placket
  • All made on Antique Singer Sewing Machines
  • Entirely made by one individual