Sailor Men Camp Low


The camp shirt appeared in the 1950s, along with the rise in leisure activities that followed WWII. With its straight hem, it can be worn untucked, yet stylishly.

  • 'Camp Collar' shirt (open collar with facing, button andloop attached)
  • Buttons-up with six buttons in natural Corozo
  • Rounded patch pockets, reinforced with rectangular bar tacks
  • Round cuffs with tear-proof opening, adjustable buttoning, three pleats at the base of the sleeve
  • Double stitching, traditional and edge seam chain stitching with 100% cotton thread
  • Middle back length: 68 cm.
  • Fabric: Checkered Twill cloth, 100% cotton, 150 gr/m, by Kuwamura