This is a Henley with an unadulterated, rugged look thanks to a flattering, classic fit for every wearer and a midweight premium cotton construction. It is based on the kind of Henley tees that became popular around the turn of the century as sportswear (it was the traditional uniform of rowers from the British city of Henley-on-Thames, home of the Henley Royal Regatta in the 1890s).
It is made from 100% cotton fabric called Tenjiku, which is gentle on the skin. This fabric is woven on a vintage sweatshirt loom and is achieved using 20 single yarns on the front and 30 on the reverse which avoids future skew after washes. The entire shirt uses an outstanding, highly skilled sewing process with a two-needle binder neck and double-needle stitched construction. It is finished with three white branded buttons.
The fit emphasizes comfort and precise cut throughout the chest and waist. It has a broader cut across the shoulders and sides, creating a clean, confident appearance.
Trophy Clothing is a small Japanese label founded by Masaki Egawa, an enthusiast of vintage clothing and motorbikes. With durability as the prime objective and under the slogan of "Satisfaction Guaranteed", the garments produced by Trophy Clothing are made from resilient materials and each one of their elements, from the fabrics to the last of the buttons, are made in Japan according to Japanese artisan textile tradition.
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