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Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash

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Jackman Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11. Ash We had heard fantastic things about Jackman's fabrics, but getting to actually feel them in person is an entirely astounding experience. They make the densest, most high-quality feeling cotton we've ever laid eyes on (that's a high mark to hit with the brands we currently carry). This Dotsume Skipper is a nice variation on the classic long sleev tee. With the triangle cut (skipper) neckline, the square cut hem, and the slightly boxy fit overall...this piece wears kind of like a fashion-forward poncho. They've got a process for creating this amazing shirt. This is a long-sleeved T-shirt made from American cotton knitted with a hanging knitting machine while squeezing it to the utmost limit. By slowly knitting with a hanging knitting machine, the stitches are evenly clogged, and even after repeated wearing and washing, shrinkage and distortion are less likely to occur. Made in Japan.
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We had heard fantastic things about Jackman's fabrics, but getting to actually feel them in person is an entirely astounding experience. They make the densest, most high-quality feeling cotton we've ever laid eyes on (that's a high mark to hit with the brands we currently carry). This Dotsume Skipper is a nice variation on the classic long sleeve tee. With the triangle cut (skipper) neckline, the square cut hem, and the slightly boxy fit overall...this piece wears kind of like a fashion-forward poncho. 

They've got a process for creating this amazing shirt. This is a long-sleeved T-shirt made from American cotton knitted with a hanging knitting machine while squeezing it to the utmost limit. By slowly knitting with a hanging knitting machine, the stitches are evenly clogged, and even after repeated wearing and washing, shrinkage and distortion are less likely to occur. 

  • 100% Cotton
  • Densely knit cotton on hanging knitting machines
  • Produced in Jackman factory in Fukui prefecture
. Length Pit to PIt Shoulder Width Sleeve Length
S 25.5 20.5 18 21.75
M 26.5 21.25 19 22
L 27.25 22 19.75 22.5
XL 28 22.75 20.5 22.75

A variance of .5" is within tolerance. 

Fit Notes: Most people consider Jackman to fit small. We didn't really find that to be true. Ryan is wearing a medium in the pictures. He would normally wear smalls. Shop owner Tommy wears a size medium in this and it fits pretty great. This piece is a little oversized. The reason some people might think their shirts fit small is because of the density. After a few wears, the natural stretch in the cotton makes these pieces relax to a point where they don't feel quite as dense. Essentially, they break in like denim. If you're worried about the density at all, jump up one size. You'll probably like the fit better. Tommy is 5'10," 170lbs with a 40" chest. 

Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash
Dotsume Skipper L/S T-Shirt - 11 Ash

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