De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki
De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki
De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki
De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki
De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki
De Bonne Facture - Oversized T-Shirt - Japanese Linen - Khaki

Oversized t-shirt

Japanese linen

Khaki

90 € Regular price 125 €

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Description | Our oversized t-shirt is made from eco-friendly Japanese linen jersey. Lightweight and comfortable to wear, it is ideally suited for the summer season. Made in the historic jersey region of Troyes.
Fabric | 100% Linen. Origin: Belgium. Weaving: Japan.
Trimmings | Half-moon yoke and one chest patch pocket.
Model | Chad wears a size 48 and is 6'2 tall (189cm).
Atelier | Made by Atelier Petit Bateau, in Troyes, France.
Dry clean or washing machine 40°C.

Free express shipping in France, over 250€ in the UE and above 300€ for orders outside of the UE.

All exchanges and returns are free of charges (14 days to return it.) Except for the sale of archive pieces
• Express delivery to France within 1 to 2 days
• Express international delivery within 2 to 4 days

20% FR tax is included in the price shown. This is deducted at checkout for all non EU customers

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Special Fabric

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This linen is grown in the historic region of linen in the North of France and Belgium, and spun in Europe. It is then woven, dyed and finished locally in West Flanders, Belgium, by a family-owned specialist atelier created in 1858 that has kept its know-how for five generations. The fabric is finished by hand washing with water and pumice stone, which gives it a brushed and supple hand. Its traceability is certified by Masters of Linen®, a guarantee of a responsible culture and European know-how of excellence at every link in the chain.

Atelier

Atelier Petit Bateau

TROYES, GRAND-EST FRANCE.

Since 1893

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