Pure Blue Japan

Pure Blue Japan 6oz. Kasuri Indigo Dyed Selvedge Western Shirt

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  • 6oz. Kasuri Indigo Dyed Japanese Selvedge fabric
  • Irregular Indigo yarns
  • 100% cotton
  • Slim Fit
  • YKK Belnap Beige brushed Mother of Pearl snap buttons
  • Silver metal Cat eye button featured on collar
  • White Selvedge ID
  • Double Needle Chainstitched construction
  • Stylized back yoke
  • Selvedge details on side gussets
  • Leaf logo on side seam

Using the theme of a classic western shirt, Pure Blue Japan have produced an incredible proprietary 6oz. Kasuri Indigo dyed fabric for use this season on this killer Western shirt.

Kasuri (or 絣) is the Japanese term for a fabric that has a color range of dyed fibers to create patterns and images within a textile. It is similar to Ikat dyeing, a form of resistance dyeing. Ikat is the predecessor to Kasuri techniques and was first develop during the reign of the Ryukyu Kingdom (modern day Okinawa), around 1200AD. Traditional Japanese fabrics have been produced with this techniques for centuries by highly skilled artisans and is a renowned and revered material for the Japanese.

The 6oz. Selvedge fabric is a great all-season weight, and the construction is meticulous with details of double needle chain stitching construction throughout. The selvedge edge has been aptly used running up the inner button placket of the shirt and on the side gussets. The shirt itself is a slim fit with rounded bottom edges and chainstitching along the hem. Beige brushed Mother of Pearl shell snap buttons are used throughout the shirt.

*Model is pictured wearing a size 3. He weighs 69kg (152 pounds) and is 178cm (5'11") tall.


Size - CM  Chest Shoulder Centre Back Sleeve Cuff
2 103 38 69.5 65 10.5
3 108 42 70.5 65.5 11
4 114 45 74 66.5 12
5 122 49.5 79 69.5 12.5
6 131 53 83.5 72 13
Size - Inches Chest Shoulder Centre Back Sleeve Cuff
2 40.6 15 27.4 25.6 4.1
3 42.5 16.5 27.8 25.8 4.3
4 44.9 17.7 29.1 26.2 4.7
5 48 19.5 31.1 27.4 4.9
6 51.6 20.9 32.9 28.3 5.1
Made in Okayama, Japan

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