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Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered

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RGT - Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered. We've been waiting admittedly not very patiently for this round of Spring shirts. It's not what we expect from brands that get us most excited these days...it's the unexpected. And my, oh my is this round just that. We've got four beautiful shirts that's fabric selection is once again through the roof. We've got a thing for checkers. Being the home of the 500 is one part of it, but the other is just a general love for the pattern. Whether it be two containing colors, bold and brilliant, or something a little more subtle like this...we're wearing it. The checks are woven into this pattern and therefore really only show in the light. At night, you may not even notice the pattern...but when the sun hits this piece, the checks pop like crazy. This jumper shirt is an instant classic, with a little Rogue Territory twist.
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RGT - Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered

Coming Soon: 7/1/22 at 12am EST (Thursday at Midnight)

We've been waiting admittedly not very patiently for this round of Spring shirts. It's not what we expect from brands that get us most excited these days...it's the unexpected. And my, oh my is this round just that. We've got four beautiful shirts that's fabric selection is once again through the roof. 

We've got a thing for checkers. Being the home of the 500 is one part of it, but the other is just a general love for the pattern. Whether it be two containing colors, bold and brilliant, or something a little more subtle like this...we're wearing it. The checks are woven into this pattern and therefore really only show in the light. At night, you may not even notice the pattern...but when the sun hits this piece, the checks pop like crazy. This jumper shirt is an instant classic, with a little Rogue Territory twist. 

  • Cotton/Linen Blend
  • Single Left Chest Pocket
  • Hidden left chest pocket
  • Center Back Box Pleat
  • Single and Double-Needle Stitch Throughout
  • Made in the USA
    . S M L XL XXL
    Pit to Pit 20.25 21.25 22.25 23.5 25.5
    Sleeve Length 25 25.75 26.25 26.5 27.25
    Shoulder 16.5 17.25 18 18.5 19.5
    Back Length 27.75 29 29 30.25 31

    A variance of .5" is within tolerance.

    *Back length is from center back to hem

    *Sleeve length is from top of shoulder to cuff

    Fit Notes: The Jumper shirt is a fairly classic fit, but is known to have a bit more room in the body than the BM shirt. All that being said, Leland is wearing a large in the pictures which is his normal shirt size. Shop owner Tommy wears his traditional RGT size of M in this piece. He is 5'10," 165bs with a 40" chest. 

    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered
    Jumper Shirt - Navy Checkered

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