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It was a certain John E. Brooks who chose the button-down function during a visit to England.
He brought the idea to the United States and began production of the first button-down collar shirt in Oxford fabric. Technically made with a basket weave, with the doubling of the weft and warp threads, of the same "count" or with doubled warp threads and a smaller count and a larger and softer single weft thread. It is with this same process that we have woven ours, we have also increased the weight per m². It's solid 6.5 oz = 180 grms unlike the 5 oz = 141 g found on most oxford shirts on the market.
Ivy League Era
The assembly is very sturdy, the decorative seams reinforce the assembly. Here, the collar is topstitched 0.5 cm from the edge and reinforced with a sandwich-mounted water-soluble fusible link. The seams are very tight, six stitches of overstitching per cm, the manufacture is made in Morocco in a factory specializing in luxury brands. The original American model, down to the little details: the cuffs, the collar, the front throat, the thick oxford fabric.
This is the authentic button-down shirt from the Ivy League period, CDM version!
Mercerized Cotton Oxford
No matter your morphology if you take your usual size.
It will always bring a little "we don't know what" to your outfit, open or closed, inserted into your jeans or not. This authentic shirt is cut with American measurements, so go down a size to get it just right if ever.
Button-down oxford shirt
We founded Champ de Manoeuvres in 2015 with a simple goal: to create high-end workwear and military-inspired clothing that gets better with age.