Samurai Jeans says Aloha to Summer with their „Battle of Ganryujima“ Open-Collar Shirt!
The Ganryujima-pattern pays hommage to Japan‘s legendary Swordsman Miyamoto Musashi
and his famous duel with Sasaki Kojiro in the year 1612. Musashi killed his opponent with a
wooden sword and his heroism became larger than life.
The Shirt is made of a most comfortable 100% cotton-satin fabric and nut buttons and is part of Samurai‘s 20th Anniversaiy collection.
Denimheads, this could be fun: SAMURAI Indigo Sashiko Army Pants. Here are the hard facts:
a heavy but soft Rope Dyed Indigo Sashiko Fabric, Corozo Nut Buttons, 100% Cotton,
Once Washed and a guarantee for some substantial indigo fades.
Quantities are limited and please keep in mind a true Samurai dresses with dignity and honor!
Two killer shirts, two killer fabrics. First of all, there is this years edition of SAMURAI’s Heavy Indigo Flannel which uses Rope Dyed Yarns
and features even Indigo Dyed Nut Buttons. And secondly, there is Samurai‘s version of a classic American Workshirt.
The 10oz Stripe Fabric is Sulphur Dyed and features Samurai Club detailings on the inside of cuffs and collar.
These beauties will definitely turn into pantina monsters. Enjoy!