Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue
Mackinaw Shirt - Blue

S H

Mackinaw Shirt - Blue

$475.00
This style is exempt from all promotions - thank you for understanding.

The Mackinaw Shirt takes reference from Filson cruiser coats (as alluded to in its product ID SH-FLSN-001) with the lower set of 4 front pockets.  In addition to the pocket layout, SH Shirt uses a vented yoke construction for the upper half of the shirt, drawing on vintage bomber and Harrington style jackets - interestingly enough, the pattern (by which the shirt is cut) is a vest with a cape over it.

Each distinct S H Shirt style sports a blank, white “logo” tab and a label on the placket. For this series of shirts, S H Shirt uses a cotton fabric woven on Schönherr machines - a vintage loom becoming increasingly rare due to its slowness and inefficiency relative to its modern counterparts. However, the loom is prized for its traditional shuttles that produce a distinct, supple fabric that improves in texture with wash and wear. 

  • Made in Japan
  • 100% Cotton
  • Front: 4 +1 pocket construction (smaller +1 pocket embedded in chest pocket)
  • White “logo” tab on left chest pocket
  • Button-front
  • Vented yoke
  • Adjustable cuffs
  • Flat hem
M (S/M) L (M/L)
Pit to Pit 21"
Body Length 27.5"

Collar to End of Sleeve Length 31"

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