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Constructor Utility Shirt – Steel Gray Oxford

$86
Constructor Utility Shirt – Steel Gray Oxford

Constructor Utility Shirt – Steel Gray Oxford

$86
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  • It's hard to find a clean, well constructed utility shirt that does not fit like a box or feel like a hopsack. The Constructor Shirt aims to solve this need. It's built in premium oxford cloth and reinforced with sturdy off-white triple stitched seams. Time tested utility pockets, a smart hidden button-down collar, and a clean fit finish the look. The steel gray is modern, timeless and looks smart with just about anything. 

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  • • Clean hidden-button collar
    • Dependable flat felled seams throughout
    • Well proportioned chest pockets with triple stitch detail
    Mother-of-pearl buttons
    • Durable yet soft 100% cotton mid-weight oxford
    • Handmade one batch at a time 

  • • Easy machine wash 
    • Iron up to 150ºc/302ºf

  • • Our fit is clean and comfortable but not constricting
    • Our shoulder is tailored and sleeve narrow to give a sleek modern look
    • The length is cut to be worn untucked

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