With fall fast approaching, it’s time to get thinking about your layering game, and the humble henley is a cornerstone of any classic layering ensemble. Popular at the turn of the century, the henley is a textbook long sleeve under garment with a series of buttons at the throat and elasticated cuffs.
The Coalminer Henley by Homespun stays true to its workwear beginnings and is made in Canada from a military spec thermal for added insulation. With antique pearl buttons at the placket, it’s available in grey and off-white. Our very own David Shuck featured his Coalminer Henley for Fade of the Day which has undergone an impressive 200+ washes and over 5 years wear. While it isn’t identical fabric, it gives you a good idea of what Homespun is capable of.
Available for $175 CAD (~$130USD) at Lost and Found.