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Mens Eddy Patch Pocket Shirt, White Cotton Bamboo

Mens Eddy Patch Pocket Shirt, White Cotton Bamboo

Regular price $247.43 USD
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An essential for all seasons, our patch pocket shirt is inspired by classic men’s shirting. Cut for a relaxed fit from a cotton blended with environmentally friendlier bamboo-viscose, it has side splits at the hem for added ease. It’s finished with the Saywood signature attention to detail by way of the patch pockets, which are picked out in cotton herringbone tape and topstitching, and creamy corozo buttons. 


Composition: 52% Cotton, 48% Bamboo Viscose

Made in England, London, by Apparel Tasker

 

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Shirt is a classic relaxed fit.

Model is 38" chest and wears size S.

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Wash less, love always

We recommend hanging your shirt to air outdoors, rather than washing after every wear. This way, it will last longer and also have a lower environmental impact. Spot clean marks with warm soapy water, and when it does need a wash, follow our care advice:

  • Machine wash 30 degrees
  • Wash with similar colours
  • Medium iron
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry

A note on our bamboo blend and corozo buttons

Our patch pocket shirt contains bamboo viscose, which is better for the environment compared to other plants because it requires less water and is pest resilient. The blended fabric is also certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, meaning it’s completely free from chemicals harmful to your skin. It’s sourced from the Canclini mill in Italy, which has a big onus on sustainable production. The shirt itself is made in London by Apparel Tasker, which, as a London-based brand, reduces our carbon footprint. 

We’ve used corozo – known as vegetable ivory – for our buttons, as it comes from a nut found in South America which can only be harvested once it naturally falls to the ground, making it a more sustainable choice.

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