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SIN23-01 Rope Dyed Indigo Heavy Flannel Shirt Blue

$495.00 CAD
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A heavyweight favourite from last winter, Samurai's rope-dyed indigo flannel has returned in a brand new colourway, with a handsome check incorporating blue, indigo, white, and gold. As always, the fabric is a heavy twill flannel that combines rope dyed indigo yarns normally used for denim, which gives an idea of the weight, with coloured yarns that are reactive dyed and will shed colour in a similar manner. Through wear, the indigo will shed and the white cores of the rope-dyed yarns will show through, so you can look forward to this shirt imporving with age just as a pair of jeans do. The shades of colour throghout the flannel check will combine with the changes in the indigo thread to create a very attractive aging effect, as the reactive dyed threads are also designed to age wonderfully. 

The cut and pattern of this shirt are inspired by vintage workwear, featuring twin flat buttoned chest pockets, elbow patches, and a clean, well fitting silhouette. The collar, cuffs, and placket are finished with navy seam tape, and the garment is completed with a set of unique, proprietary indigo dyed nut buttons, all sewn up and overbuilt with robust winding triple-stitch seams and triple-chainstitch side seams with runoff.

  • SIN23-01 
  • Rope Dyed Indigo Heavy Flannel
  • Hand-dyed indigo threads
  • Reactive dyed coloured threads
  • Heavy twill check pattern
  • Heavyweight Japanese flannel
  • Navy twill collar and seams
  • Indigo dyed nut buttons
  • Samurai guaruntee ticket
  • Triple needle construction
  • Chainstitch runoff
  • One-washed, negligable shrinkage expected
  • Cold wash, hang to dry
  • Made in Japan

This garment is indigo dyed, and will age and fade beautifully over time. As a result, dye may transfer due to moisture or friction, and you may want to wash this alone or with like colours for the first few washes.