Freewheelers "Dumb Kid" Gemsa Work Shirt



#2333004 "Dumb Kid" Gemsa Work Shirt
1930s Style Work Shirt 
Color: Leghorn

Introducing the  "Dumb Kid" Gemsa work shirt from Freewheelers! This season, they've made some exciting updates, including a new hem design.

The fabric used is their signature cotton twill. It's woven with high twisted yarn, giving it a thick and firm feel. The surface is also treated to remove fuzz, giving the fabric a smooth texture without any roughness.

This work shirt features a handy chin strap and an asymmetrical chest pocket design, with one side having a double layer. They also added a gusset on the side slit for added comfort and mobility. And don't forget, there's a union label on the back at the bottom of the placket, adding that extra touch of authenticity.

But what really sets this shirt apart is the custom print. The front showcases a soaked print, while the back features an airbrush print. Inspired by racers from the 1940s and 1950s, the print design depicts a record set at El Mirage in 1949. The racer was nicknamed "Dumb Kid" when he was young, adding a touch of nostalgia and character to the shirt.

Not only does the shirt look great, but it also feels great to wear. The heavy fabric gives it a sturdy feel, while still being comfortable and easy to move. 

Made in Japan