If you are unsure of your size or in between sizes, please size up. These shirts are very snug fitting.
Traditionally used to make pea coats for mariners, the dense weave of melton makes it superbly resistant to water and wind.
This is a meticulously constructed shirt, ideal for the inclement weather typical in the Pacific Northwest, with a contemporary take on a timeless design. It is made from warm and softer than average post-consumer recycled wool, soft, sturdy, and naturally insulating, with elevated comfort and breathability for all-day wear.
It’s manufactured in a unique, dye-free process that saves water and eliminates the need for harmful chemical dyes.
This shirt is finished with a button-down collar, a drop-in chest pocket, double-button sleeve plackets, and a curved hem.
The two-tone buttons are based on Canadian military buttons from the Second World War. A double yoke lies comfortably on the shoulders, and a box pleat allows more freedom of movement across the back.
17-oz 80% post-consumer recycled wool / 20% nylon
Warm, durable, and naturally weather-resistant
Manufactured in a unique dye-free process for reduced environmental impact
Melton starts out a touch stiff but softens quickly with wear
Wash in cold water and hang to dry
Melton wool is naturally anti-bacterial and stain-resistant, and to reduce energy and water use, we recommend washing only when necessary