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Men's American Chambray Shirting

Men's American Chambray Shirting

Additional Colors Available
$165.00

Item #: 9218C

Roll up your sleeves and get to it. Wear a bit of history, handsomely. It’s 1901 and chambray—a long-weave cotton fabric employed for centuries overseas—becomes a U.S. Navy shirting staple. Offering sun protection and airy comfort, chambray later becomes the work wear of choice for American industrial workers (indeed, the original “blue collar”). Our chambray, cut & sewn in America from Japanese selvage, is garment-washed for oft-worn softness and drape. This absolutely authentic shirt sports two chest pockets (one with pencil slot), classic buttons and double-needle contrast stitching. Selvage gussets at the sides improve the fit and prolong the life of what will soon be your favorite shirt. 100% cotton. Made in America. Sizes S–XXL. Brando Red or Classic Indigo.

DETAILS :

    • Japanese Selvage Chambray
    • Garment-Washed for Softness
    • Hang to Dry
    • Made in USA

DIRECTIONS TO GUIDEBOAT’S FLAGSHIP

129 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

1-415-888-2871

COMING FROM THE SOUTH ON HIGHWAY 101 TOWARDS MILL VALLEY

  • Proceed on Highway 101 North over the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Continue on Highway 101 approx 5 miles and exit onto CA-1N Mill Valley/Stinson Beach exit.
  • Continue straight for 1 mile and CA-1 N turns slightly right, becoming Almonte Blvd.
  • Continue straight for 1/2 mile onto Miller Avenue.
  • Follow Miller Avenue for 2 miles.
  • Guideboat is on the left at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard.

COMING FROM THE NORTH ON HIGHWAY 101 TOWARDS MILL VALLEY

  • Proceeding on 101 South past San Rafael, CA continue on 101 S for 5 miles.
  • Take exit for Mill Valley/East Blithedale. Turn Right onto E. Blithedale.
  • Continue straight for approximately 1 1/2 miles to Millwood Avenue.
  • Turn left onto Millwood and head down the hill 3 blocks to Miller Avenue.
  • Turn right onto Miller Avenue and go 100 yards to entrance to Mill Valley Lumber Yard.