Freewheelers "SKAGIT" Worker's Shirt
1920s - 1930s Woodsman Shirt
Vintage style cotton linen blend oxford fabric
A pullover shirt inspired by the shirts worn by loggers and forest workers in 1920s to 1930s. The product name SKAGIT is named after the Skagit river across the British Columbia in Canada to Washington in the United States.
The fabric is sulfur dyed, and it will be aged and faded, eventually it will turn to be a vintage-like color. It's a half-zip pullover shirt with shoulder and elbow patches, tough specifications for a forest worker.
Washed fabric (shrinkage is little)
Made in Japan