The latest addition to Freenote's knit program has been a long time coming. They worked with a local knitting factory to develop their newest heavy-weight t-shirt. The 13oz cotton knit has an open-ended fibre, giving the shirt a much drier, vintage look. All of the colours are custom to Freenote. They have been collecting a colour palate for nearly a decade, looking for the perfect shades of our favourite colours.
Perfecting the fit of a knit is surprisingly difficult. The fabric can move and stretch with limited seams to control it. Freenote has spent years making adjustments until they landed on what they consider to be the perfect fit. This t-shirt has a great balance of being not too slim and not too boxy. Because Freenote t-shirts are not tubular, they have more shape from the chest to the bottom hem.
Freenote Cloth is the project of three brothers based in San Juan Capistrano, California, obsessed with producing garments made in the US with top-notch fabrics sourced from Japan and the highest level of craftsmanship. The brand encompasses its strong roots in Americana and quality garments long lost from the western American frontier.
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