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Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red

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Naked & Famous - Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red. We couldn't say no to this flannel. It's too classic, as the name would suggest. We've been really digging the smaller check-style shirts for this season. It's nice to see something other than the icon that is the buffalo check all the time. They've used a mixture of twisted variegated, or grandrelle yarn and solid color yarn to give it a ton of character. The tonal buttons and slightly more relaxed fit are a nice touch on this heavyweight flannel. It should be a nice layering piece if you're wearing a shell this winter.
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Naked & Famous - Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red

We couldn't say no to this flannel. It's too classic, as the name would suggest. We've been really digging the smaller check-style shirts for this season. It's nice to see something other than the icon that is the buffalo check all the time. They've used a mixture of twisted variegated, or grandrelle yarn and solid color yarn to give it a ton of character. The tonal buttons and slightly more relaxed fit are a nice touch on this heavyweight flannel. It should be a nice layering piece if you're wearing a shell this winter. 

  • Japanese Fabric
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in Canada

TAG SIZE XS S M L XL XXL
SHOULDER 16" 17" 18" 19" 20" 21"
PIT TO PIT 19.5" 20.5" 22" 23.5" 25" 26.5"
SLEEVE LENGTH 24" 24.75" 25.5" 26.5" 27" 27.5"
BODY LENGTH 28.25" 28.5" 28.75" 29" 29.5" 30.5"
A variance of +/- 0.5" (1.27cm) is within tolerance 

    Fit Notes: The Easy Shirt is a pretty traditional piece. It has a little extra room, but isn't oversized by any means. Andy is wearing a medium in the pics. That's his standard size. Shop owner Tommy is wearing a size Medium as well and he is our standard fit model. Tommy is 5'10," 165lbs, with a 40" chest. 

    *The Short Sleeve Easy Shirt is a relaxed-fit short-sleeve shirt with back pleating and a classic button-down collar. Cut and sewn in Canada.*

    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red
    Easy Shirt - Heavy Vintage Flannel - Red

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