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Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green

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Indigofera - Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green. The last time they released an indigo Norris, we were dumb enough to skip on it. Not this time! This right here is Indigofera's grail. The Norris might just be the perfect flannel. It has a heft and structure we've only seen thus far from selvedge twill. The construction on the seams and throughout the piece is that Indigofera standard you know and love. What's so unique about this piece is the fabric. We love the earthiness the sage green brings to this Indigofera classic. Just imagine a few years down the road when the indigo has faded to a light blue color. And luckily, they've started the process for you by hitting it with a rinse.
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Indigofera - Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green

The last time they released an indigo Norris, we were dumb enough to skip on it. Not this time! This right here is Indigofera's grail. The Norris might just be the perfect flannel. It has a heft and structure we've only seen thus far from selvedge twill. The construction on the seams and throughout the piece is that Indigofera standard you know and love. What's so unique about this piece is the fabric. We love the earthiness the sage green brings to this Indigofera classic. Just imagine a few years down the road when the indigo has faded to a light blue color. And luckily, they've started the process for you by hitting it with a rinse. 

  • 100% Japanese Selvedge Cotton Twill
  • Rinse
  • Narrow loom selvedge flannel
  • Urea Buttons
  • Selvedge ID along inner placket
  • Custom Indigofera woven tags
Size S M L XL XXL
Pit to Pit 21
22.5
22.75 23.25 25
Sleeve Length 25 25.5 26 26.25 26.25
Shoulder Seam
17.75 19 19.5 19.75 20.75
Center Back to Hem 28.25 29.25 30 30.25 30.5

A variance of +/-.5 inches is within tolerance.

Fit Notes:  The Norris has always been boxy. We recommend wearing your true size in this and going with its nature. Wear it a little roomier around the body and let it flow...or size down one to get a trimmer fit. Tommy sized down to a small for the pictures and it looks great. If you want more length in the body then you should probably stick to your true size. Tommy is 5'10," 168lbs with a 40" chest. 

Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green
Norris Buffalo Plaid - Dark Indigo, Green

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These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim pant lined with a hickory stipe screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much color you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the knees. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the garment that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.
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These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim pant lined with a hickory stipe screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much color you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the knees. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the garment that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.
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