Nigel Cabourn MAN / CC22 Crew Neck Shirt
Designed as the CC22 series based on a vintage woven cotton wool. Using 100% cotton slub thread, it is knitted into a round tenjiku. Simple and simple design is derived from CC22. Half milling is a so-called selected rib, and it is set by alternately removing the needles of the knitting machine. Finished in a knitted fabric with a kickback that is completely different from half milling. During and immediately after World War II, not only the defeated nations but also the victorious nation of Great Britain invested all of its national power into the war. fell short. For this reason, Britain adopted the motto of frugality and frugality, and oversaw the production and details of clothing as well, eliminating glamour and limiting functionality to the minimum necessary. This is the CC41 produced and labeled between 1941 and 1950. Based on the sense of the times that have undergone rapid changes in recent years, we focused on the minimum necessary functions and the elimination of waste, and created a line with the CC22 label.
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