The gutsy heavyweight 100% cotton yarn is what has made the Whitesville Pocket Tee part of the furniture round here. It's also the perfect vintage fit with a slightly boxy aesthetic and the high stitch count tubular knit holds its shape after repeated wear and washing... trust us, it just gets better and better with age.
For longer lasting cotton garments go old school and wash like your Grandma would. That means cool to warm water hand or machine wash, line drying inside out and not going near hot water or clothes dryers. Trust us you'll be buying less, holding onto your old favourites for longer and the environment won't mind either.
Dan is 177 cm tall and is a size S/M. He wears a size Medium.
Whitesville was one of the more popular sportswear brands throughout America in the 20th century, especially through the glory days for t-shirts, sweaters and varsity jackets of the 1950's. They are now an integral part of Japanese company Toyo and their stable of brands which include Sugar Cane and Buzz Ricksons.