If you know The Flat Head, you likely know about their Native Check series shirting with their interesting prints and expert detailing. If one thing’s for certain, this is not your average plaid shirt.
This lightweight selvedge cotton fabric is exclusively made for The Flat Head in Japan on vintage looms and features one of the most beautiful Navajo patterns we have ever seen. The shirt features amazing classic details such as western front and back yokes, real mother of pearl snap buttons and selvedge cut plackets.
The Flat Head is one of the benchmark Japanese repro Americana-style brands. Its founder, Mayashi Kobayashi, is known in the scene for being a die-hard fanatic of 1950s American style. Inspired by the music, motorbikes, cars, architecture of the era, and with a clear rockabilly influence, Kobayashi created in 1996 a truly authentic brand that today has some firm devotees. It stands out for the extreme quality of each one of its pieces. The brand is always very much aware of a curious philosophy that believes that a product is fully finished only after the customer has worn and moulded it to themselves.
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