One of the most popular and iconic pieces of military clothing ever made, and I'm always happy when I can find them for the store. The US Navy adopted denim as part of its uniform in 1901, and would make numerous garments in this most popular of fabrics, but few are as enduring as the shawl neck. Worn during WW2, these garments would come to represent the enlisted sailor, and be worn both whilst working and on shore.
This is in good but heavily worn condition. The denim is still strong, but has been heavily washed and faded to a beautiful light blue - I actually prefer them like this, mine is identical. There is wearing and fraying to the ends of the cuffs and the hem, but this shouldn't cause further issues if worn carefully and there are a couple of small marks on the chest.
- No tag, but fits a modern med
- Pit to pit 20.5"
- Shoulder to shoulder 17"
- Shoulder to cuff 23"
- Collar to hem 25"