Buzz Rickson Long Sleeve Thermal Henley Shirt White
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The Japanese brand Buzz Rickson's are today counted among the few high-end reproduction manufacturers of military and casual garments in the world! They strive to make true replicas by carefully researching and analyzing original vintage garments. Putting all there effort to duplicate the material while paying close attention to technique and quality with one goal, to bring back old forgotten techniques and machines needed to make garments of outstanding quality without compromises.
This Buzz Rickson 's garment is a vintage style thermal long sleeve t-shirt. The heavyweight waffle knit weave can also be called or honey comb pattern weave. The heavy special cotton fabric makes this t-shirt warming and a bit stretchy thanks to it's build. The honey comb structure will also allow the garment to breath easily.
Army issued clothes have been tested in worst of condition through years and years. This warming garment is a great example of how form follows function and yet manages to look great while keeping a comfortable feel.
This style of buttoned tee has commonly been used by military units across the world but the name Henley originates from England. The short sleeve version of the shirt was part of the traditional uniform worn by rowers in the English town Henley-on-Thames. Since 1839, the rowing event Henley Royal Regatta is held annually on the Thames river, just by the town of Henley of course.
Johan is 173 cm tall with a weight of 67 kilos and wears a size S in the pictures.
Norma is wearing a size Sand measures 167 cm tall.
- Buzz Rickson Long Sleeve Thermal Henley Shirt White - 100% cotton - Lockstitch construction sleeve ends - Poplin three button placket - Ribbed sleeve - Comfy and flexible collar - 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.