Momotaro – MLS1040M23 SASHIKO DOUBLE CLOTH SHIRTS
HERRINGBONE is the name of the pattern, so named because it looks like an open fish bone.
The right twill weave and left twill weave are arranged alternately in a V-shape, and it also has the Japanese name “”Sugi Twill Weave””.
This fabric is widely used not only for workwear but also for casual and formal wear.
The fabric used for this product is dyed in indigo for both the warp and weft, and the more it is worn, the more the twill of the herringbone becomes more pronounced, allowing the wearer to enjoy the fade.
The fit is slightly roomy in body width.
Packed with vintage-like details such as vintage-looking metal buttons, watch pockets on the left chest & chain holes on the front, and 3-needle sewing in various places
Made in Japan