- Japanese Chambray Fabric
- 73% cotton, 27% 'Washi' paper pulp
- Slim fit silhouette
- One Wash
- Embroidered 'Orizuru' paper crane
- Double U-shaped chest pockets
- Side gussets with chainstitch runoff
- Thick shell button opening
The word Origami is a combination of Ori (or to fold), and gami (or kami, meaning paper). Origami has historically always used a traditional Japanese natural paper known as Washi, a material that is woven into the social & cultural fabric of Japan. Dating back over 1,300 years, washi has played an active role in most Japanese art forms that have developed over the last century.
SDA keeping it crazy as usual, decided to blend standard cotton, with a yarn derived from Washi paper pulp to create a proprietary 6oz. chambray fabric that is just as interesting to the hand as it is to the eye. Featuring a waxy finish and feel given the the washi paper blend (a material that is known to have a waxy hand to it), aesthetically, the chambray has a luster that would be hard to replicate with 100% cotton.
*Model is pictured wearing a size 38. He weighs 59kg (130 pounds) and is 178cm (5`11``) tall.
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Made in Okayama, Japan