All Freenote woven shirts are sewn locally in Southern California. The Lancaster western shirt is a staple of the rugged ranch, so you can go ahead and toss one on over a vintage white tee and then ride the Western wave with a mix of Californian and Western styles. This season's black shadow is made of a light-to-mid-weight 4.5oz yarn-dyed plaid twill from Japan and features Real bone rope-rimmed snaps. It has been rinsed to remove all shrinkage and sizing issues.
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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