Berkeley Pull Over Shirt - Hickory
* Fabric: NOS Hickory Stripe Twill, 100% cotton New Old Stock lightweight vintage fabric, selvedge, origin USA.
* Pull-over type.
* Long sleeve edition.
* Button-down collar.
* Indigo-dyed corozo wood “Cat-Eyes” buttons.
* Two inverted-pleat chest pockets.
* Side gussets.
* Tailored-style sleeve setting.
* Chain-stitch construction, featuring “Sportsman” green thread accent on inside.
* MF® woven “Sportsman” rayon label.
* Designed and made in USA from New Old Stock fabrics.
The Mister Freedom® comes raw/unwashed, and will shrink to tagged size. Follow the usual recommended initial method before wearing: cold soak for 30mn, spin dry and line dry. Please refer to sizing chart to determine which size works for you.
CL's Advice: I wear a Medium (15-15½) in most mfsc button-down shirts and I opted for a comfortable yet trim Medium in both the ticking twill and cacao chambray Berkeley shirts, the same size choice I made for the madras versions. We recommend getting your usual mfsc shirt size.
Hand wash or machine wash on delicate, cold water, minimal eco-friendly detergent. Turn inside-out to avoid marbling of the fabric. Line dry only.
This fabric will develop attractive patina overtime, according to the owner’s activities, frequency of wear and laundering choices.
NOTE: Some light indigo blue transfer to the white yarns might occur with the first wash and/or when tumbled dry. This is normal and will subside over time and subsequent wash cycles.
With the Berkeley Shirt we are aiming for a vintage preppy vibe, so we have put together a no-frills pull-over type, button-down collar shirt, a nod to 1960’s American campuses attire. The moniker is an obvious reference to UC Berkeley, and its rich history.
The Mister Freedom® Berkeley shirt will naturally age and fade with repeat wear and wash, like vintage garments did, to the delight of the fashionable boys and girls of American campuses in the 60’s!
This MF® garment is designed and manufactured in California by Mister Freedom®, in collaboration with Sugar Cane Co.