The basis of the Battle Mountain Miner's Henley Shirt derives from an 1880's cotton blue and white striped henley shirt found in a mine in the Western United States. Most henley shirts from this Victorian period are constructed of wool, it is very uncommon to see one in cotton. Also unusual, is the sateen cotton neck and buttoned cuffs. This fabric is exclusively milled for High Grade U.S. Standard.
Flat dry only.
Made in Japan