The Indigo Hickory Stripe Shirt

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The Indigo Hickory Stripe Shirt

Built from heavyweight yarn-dyed indigo cotton in a handsome hickory stripe, this shirt is an excellent choice for all day, everyday wear. As tough as it is comfortable, it’s the definition of a closet staple.


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Built from heavyweight yarn-dyed indigo cotton in a handsome hickory stripe, this shirt is an excellent choice for all day, everyday wear. As tough as it is comfortable, it’s the definition of a closet staple.

Story

Pairing toughness and comfort, our Indigo Hickory Stripe Shirt is built from a heavyweight 7.8 oz 100% yarn-dyed indigo cotton in a handsome hickory stripe. Historically, hickory stripe fabrics were tough, breathable, and — a plus for the hard worker — good at obscuring grease and paint stains. Best Made’s focus on quality and attention to detail comes through in our signature cuff-to-elbow patch, genuine corozo buttons, and a single chest pocket. This substantial shirt is an excellent staple choice for all day, everyday wear.

Fit
  • Scott is 6'2 and wearing a size medium
Specs
  • Button Down Collar
  • Single Chest Pocket
  • Signature Best Made Cuff-To-Elbow Patch
Materials
  • 7.8 oz 100% Yarn-Dyed Indigo Cotton
  • Corozo Buttons
Origin
  • Made in India
Care
  • Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors.
  • Do Not Bleach.
  • Tumble Dry Low.
  • Warm Iron If Needed.
  • Indigo: Due to the nature of indigo dye, color bleeding is normal. Wash and wear your item with care until bleeding subsides. Avoid rubbing it against lighter fabrics, and wash separately for the first few times.