- 100% Cotton
- Spread collar
- Two flap button through chest pockets
- Chambray trimmed yoke, placket and gussets.
- Sand washed
The idea was to develop a soft and wearable version of the 19th century utility shirts, often made with rough blends of wool and flax, no softer than a potato sack. You may have seen the original hardened versions in Spaghetti Westerns or perhaps Les Miserables. Grayers' version uses soft dyed cotton slub tops, spun to a thicker than usual weaving yarn, and twisted with natural colored yarn, for a heather effect. Loosely woven and crafted as a proper work shirt.