Wabash print fabrics, popularized by the J.L. Stifel and Sons company in the early 20th century, are workwear stalwarts despite only about 30 years of production.
The vent hole work shirt was designed by the American brand Power-House in the 1940-1950s. It aims to increase the airflow, and let the operator feel drier. With the advent of new quick-drying technology fabrics, this old-fashioned design only appeared as a retro symbol.
Wabash is pure Indigo dye. When wearing this garment for the first time is it possible if worn over something like a white T-Shirt that some blue dye transference will happen. This will gradually stop after a few washes.
Machine wash cold with like colors. Do not bleach. Iron or tumble dry on low.
Model Vans is height 5' 10"/ 178cm, weighs 136lbs/ 62kg, wears a size M/38, wears effect is fit
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