T-shirt made in Japan by Warehouse & Co. Warehouse is known for making some of the best vintage replica garments in the world and their attention to details when it comes to material and manufacturing techniques makes it hard to tell the difference if you compare a Warehouse garment with an actual vintage garment.
The knitted jerseys from Warehouse are second to none and that's also the reason why we enjoy having them as a part of our range. It's the perfect t-shirt if you are looking for a basic garment that has been produced to replicate old vintage garments. Warehouse & co got a good eye for details, using vintage styled patterns and old machines to achieve this in the best possible way. History has showed us that these vintage garments was created to be functional, made in a quality that was intended to last. That's also the reason why we still see garments produced in the middle of the last century that are still going strong.
This shirt is inspired by vintage sports garments with a three-quarter sleeve. The so called "freedom sleeve" is a raglan sleeve construction where part of the tubular boddy is cut to make a small V shape in the armpit. This gives the shirt a wider fit around the shoulder while also removing some of the friction that can accrue by all the seams that meets in the armpit on a regular t-shirt. This detail can bee seen on vintage t-shirts and sweatshirts from the middle of the last century. The shirts are knitted in Japan on a vintage circular knitting machines witch gives the shirt the look and the feeling of an original vintage garment.
Please note: These t-shirts are quite small in size so make sure to check the measurements for best fit.
- Warehouse & Co Freedom T-shirt Navy - 100% Cotton - Knitted on vintage circular knitting's machines - Raglan freedom sleeve - three-quarter sleeve length - No outer branding
- Made in Japan
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the cuff.