There is something endlessly satisfying about shirts like this Freenote Cloth Lambert Shirt. Shirts that are made with nuanced fabrics, to the highest quality, with a contemporary eye, all whilst literally looking like an order from a 1930s workwear catalog that arrived 90 years late. It just doesn’t get old.
We dove into our archive of workwear shirts dating back to the 1930s. The body length of the shirt was reduced, while the sleeve and chest were opened up for added mobility and movement. Traditional workwear shirts have a slightly bigger chest and cross shoulder for easy wearing. – Freenote Cloth
The above quote from Freenote shows just how much work went into ensuring the Lambert looked like the real deal, whilst appealing to the modern customer who doesn’t want to look like they’re playing vintage dress-up. This edition of the Lambert Shirt is made from a 12 oz. ‘corduroy style’ denim from Japan, a highly-textured indigo twill that mirrors the blue skies we’re waiting for spring to provide. It’s made in the USA with double and triple needles stitching and adorned with workwear details like metal hardwear, a functional chinstrap, dua; chest pockets, and reinforcing elbow patches.
Ready to be used as an overshirt in the dying embers of winter and then promoted to spring fit-maker, each Lambert shirt is finished with chainstitch runoff at the side gussets and a branded Freenote Cloth tag.
Available for $260 from Manready Mercantile.