The denim work shirt is one of the most archetypal workwear pieces around. If you do a bit of digging in the American workwear archives, you’ll see pullouts from super old catalogues offering this rugged staple for just a few dollars. In this day and age, however, we look to heritage brands like Dickies 1922 to bring us a solid reproduction (even if the price is decidedly modern-day).
Made exclusively for NAQP, the Williamson Works Shirt by Dickies 1922 is built in the USA from 7.5oz. washed Japanese indigo selvedge denim. Following the iconic workshirt formula, this shirt features dual chest pockets and a longer body with a curved hem to make for easy tucking. Using contrasting copper and brown threads, the Williamson Work Shirt is reinforced with double— and triple — needle seams, and finished with chainstitch run0ff at the side gussets.
Each piece comes complete with tonal catseye buttons, custom woven neck label, and a locker loop at the neckline.
Available exclusively at NAQP for $168.