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Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton Pocket T-Shirt - Plum
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton Pocket T-Shirt - Plum
You guys blew us away with your acceptance of this brand last year. The initial and then repeat business was amazing. I think the quality speaks for itself on these! Once you have one, you know what we're talking about. The only problem is, they're pretty limited so it's taken us until right now to get some back in stock. We snagged some new colors and a few more sizes, but the words out now. People have been asking about them for weeks! Here they are friends. Enjoy!
To describe this cotton has been hard we find, not only for us but industry-wide. Some people call it slub. We were calling it texture at first, but ultimately our conversations with Warehouse kept bringing up one word - Shadow. When you put these shirts in the proper light, it makes perfect sense. The highs and lows in color can only truly be described as horizontal shadows in the cotton.
These shirts are known for their texture for a reason. Made on Vintage 60's Era sinker knitting machines, these puppies have no side seams. You will also notice a wrapped, ribbed reinforced collar that will stand up to the daily wear you'll throw at a t-shirt. It truly is unlike nearly anything else on the market. The single yarn knit creates an incredible striation that will age and mold uniquely as you wear the shirt. The hand feel is super soft but you get a texture similar to what we look for in our denim. Warehouse & Co makes one of the best tee shirts in the world.
|Chest (pit to pit)||19||20.25
|Shoulder (back seams)||16.5||16.5||18.25|
|Length (pit to seam)||15.5
|Arm (shoulder to seam)||7.75||8.5||9|
|Waist (bottom seam)||19||20.5||22|
- Length -1"
- Width -1"
- Sleeve length - 1/2"
We recommend a cold water wash and dry flat. If you have any woes about sizing or the wash process in general, definitely size up to the next size.
Fit Notes: Shop owner Tommy is wearing a size Medium in the pictures. Tommy mostly wears Larges in these due to the shrinkage. Ultimately, if you like your shirts short, you should be fine with your true size. If you want a bit of a longer fit, you should size up. Most customers do! Tommy is 5'10," 170lbs with a 40" chest.
The "Zero" fabric has been on our radar from the beginning. It's one of, if not the most famous Samurai denim. This is the original 5-button edition. They love this one so much, they send out stickers and pins to commemorate it. This fabric was first introduced in 2004 after a long development period. It broke many looms and many needles along the way. It is their tried and true. They've used an uneven No. 5 yarn for both the warp and weft for maximum fading potential. These things have a sh*tton of character. They finished it off with the gold and red selvedge ticker. We can not wait to see these fade.
The "Zero" fabric has been on our radar from the beginning. It's one of, if not the most famous Samurai denim. Well, this round they've done it with the zipper - another thing not often seen from Samurai. This is no ordinary zipper, it's a Scoville "Gripper" zipper. This fabric was first introduced in 2004 after a long development period. It is their tried and true. They've used an uneven No. 5 yarn for both the warp and weft for maximum fading potential. They finished it off with the gold and red selvedge ticker.
You already know if Samurai produces anything, they're not playing around. So would they do a chino any lighter than 15oz? Most likely not. These things are bonkers. They honestly might as well be a pair of olive selvedge denim, but they have a chino cut. The metallic silver Lamé selvedge line will make them feel even more so like your favorite pair of jeans. These might be unsanforized, but they've had a factory wash to alleviate almost all of that shrinkage. We simply had to see what a Chino from Samurai would look like, and we weren't disappointed. We absolutely love the fabric and we're enamored with the looser, super comfy fit. This is a wardrobe starter for guys looking to get out of their super tight selvedge denim.
How could we say no to these jeans? They have custom hardware designed to pay homage to jeans from the 1940s/50s. Their Otokogi denim is 100% Texas cotton known for its rough texture and impeccable vintage fading qualities. It's a short fibre cotton that creates the rough texture you see. Normally, those fibers are removed to make the cotton smooth, but Samarui adds more to ramp it up even more. They've also used 100% Texas cotton sewing throughout, something we rarely see these days. This denim is for the purist at heart. As the denim is spun at a high tension, even post soak/wash they will become even more stiff (luckily they're only 15oz to start, and not 25). This will result in some of the best fading denim on the planet.
We are absolutely blown back by this fabric. For one, it's not your traditional wabash stripe. They've used throwing stars for the pattern - an incredible idea. To us, the raw fabric is pretty contrasting up front. It can be hard to imagine how it will age. But luckily, they've done that for us and we think it takes the perfect amount of sting out of that contrast. It makes this shirt perfect for comfort and aesthetics up front. That's all not to mention that it's an indigo x black denim. That's what gives this shirt is beautiful, deep, shadowy indigo color. And if you look on the inside, you'll notice the fabric is a few shades darker...so when you roll up your cuffs you get to see that wonderful character. This shirt is simply stunning. We're so glad we brought it to the shop.