100% COTTON ORIGINAL ALAN HONEYCOMB THERMAL KNIT 40s STYLE MOCK NECK THERMAL SHIRT MOTIF SWITCHED BACK SHOULDER PANEL 4 NEEDLE FLAT SEAM CONSTRUCTION COTTON THREAD SEWING CONSTRUCTION VINTAGE REPRODUCTION RIBBED CUFFS ONE WASHED UNISEX REGULAR FIT MADE IN JAPAN
Mock neck thermal using a special original double face honeycomb. The material used is "Fine Alan Honeycomb Thermal" produced in Wakayama, a knitted fabric production area. Unlike the usual "honeycomb-shaped honeycomb", it is a special honeycomb fabric that finely reproduces the "elliptical" cable pattern found in sweaters such as Alan knit with a circular knitting machine, and the lining is fine streaks. By making it a cord lane type knit that runs, it has a stretchy and stressless comfort, while suppressing the characteristics of the honeycomb that easily stretches in the lateral direction, and it is finished in an original thermal that also enhances the stability of the fabric. The very fine oval honeycomb mesh on the outer material has a smooth touch and softness, the lining has a flat structure, so it feels good against the skin, and the fabric with a moderate thickness has excellent heat retention. The design is a mock neck with a classic military undershirt as a motif. The collar is a thick No. 20 twin thread milling cutter, and the cuffs are made of the original "arrow-swing ridge knitting rib" that is knitted one by one with a special knitting machine. The switching panels placed on both shoulders on the back side reinforce the shoulders and reproduce the characteristic vintage details that are also a point when wearing. Sewing is a flat seam sewing with 4 needles of cotton thread that requires skill. Not only does it flatten the seam allowance and improve comfort, but it also recreates the unique atmosphere found in old thermal shirts. The silhouette is not a tight fit peculiar to thermal, but a regular fit that is easy to use as a single piece or as an inner wear, giving a moderate width to the width of the body. We hope that you will enjoy the time-consuming details and the texture of the original thermal.