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Handwoven Denim Work Shirt | Indigo Blue Selvedge | Heritage Classic

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The Softest, Lightest, Most Luxurious, Classic Denim Shirt You Have Ever Owned | Incredible Handwoven Denim | Yarn-Dyed Natural Indigo Color

    We upgraded your favorite denim shirt with soft, light, incredible hand loomed cotton in true indigo from the 4000-year-old heritage of Indian textiles. This is the lightest, softest, most breathable denim shirt you'll ever own.

    The textile is a hand-spun, hand-woven selvedge denim fabric made without electricity or chemicals. It has an incredible, visibly different, handloom texture.  Shirts are stitched by a single tailor. Made in small quantities, this is elevated, sustainable, fair-trade clothing.

    Our carbon neutral handwovens embody the elements of truly handmade artisan products.  The thread is handspun on a wooden wheel.  Craftspeople hand weave the threads into denim cloth on a treadle loom, (foot-pedal-driven).  The fermented indigo dye comes from indigo leaves, cane sugar, lime, expertise and time.

    The design is a classic men's denim work shirt style with double pockets, easy fit and double seams.  Looks great tucked or untucked. 

    Features:

    • 100% handspun, light, tightly handwoven indigo selvedge denim
    • Classic workshirt shape
    • Mother-of-pearl buttons
    • Soft, natural collar
    • Double pockets that button
    • Responsibly and sustainably handmade (most of the shirt's components come from within a few miles of the weaver's community)
    • Fair trade (we know the weavers)