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The Freelancer Utility Shirt – Navy

$82
The Freelancer Utility Shirt – Navy

The Freelancer Utility Shirt – Navy

$82

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  • Today's on-the-go attitude has inspired The Freelancer utility shirt. This shirt adds well proportioned seams to your advantage. The Freelancer is built for function with expanding pockets on the chest. Pair this navy shirt with dark denim or chinos, add your favorite boots and a logo free black ball cap to complete the look.  

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  • • No fuss button down collar
    • Rugged chest, body and sleeve seams
    • Utility chest pockets with side expansion 
    • Mother-of-pearl buttons
    • Color rich 100% mercerized cotton
    • Handmade in limited batches of 20 or less

  • • Easy machine wash 
    • Do not bleach

    • Tumble dry turned inside-out to protect buttons
    • Iron up to 150ºc/302ºf

  • Our shirts are designed with a modern tapered fit. They are similar to a slim cut at other menswear companies but with more ease at the chest and shoulders.

    OUR FIT GUIDE 

“Comfortable and Stylish”
“Wish my other shirts fit like Batch”
“Easy online purchase”
“Cool shirt, cool company”
“Exceeded expectations”
“Wow. The quality and fabric”
“Made like a work of art.”
“It's all in the details”
“Love how it fits my husband!”
“Perfect”
“Easily my favorite shirt.”
“Love my shirts! Love Batch!”
“This shirt rocks!”
“Shipped Fast. Good quality.”
“Five Stars”
Our Promise
  • Quality

    Batch is built to last in fabric that is remarkably soft.
  • Look

    We believe the right shirt will elevate your style.
  • Fit

    Designed with a modern tailored fit, slim but not constricting.
  • Free Shipping & Returns

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    Delivery within 1-3 business days.
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