Kersey Western Shirt - Camel

Named after the English village, Kersey, where it was first made in medieval times, this fabric has a prominent, ridged twill on the face. Our classic western shirt is constructed from camel coloured 100% cotton kersey which, being reactive dyed, will fade extremely slowly, if at all.

  • Made in Japan
  • Iron Heart original Kersey fabric
  • 100% cotton
  • Fabric weight approx 14oz
  • Single, double and triple needle stitched throughout
  • Felled seams, double chain stitched with brown bobbin thread
  • Black Iron Heart logo'd Permex snaps with button at collar
  • Snaps can be pimped with a choice of five alternative 'heavy duty' snaps
  • One-washed, shrinkage not expected
  • Model Sam wears L, AJ and Chesson wear M, Joe and Steve wear L, GilesGraham Alex wear XL

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All measurements are specific to this product. The best way to determine the size you need is to find a similar item that fits you well, then measure the same way we do (see "How We Measure" tab) and compare with the measurements on the table below. Actual measurements for the same Iron Heart item/tag size can vary somewhat so if a specific dimension is important to you (for example arm length) please ask us to check this before we ship by adding a note to your order. Measurements for raw denim garments are pre-soak (allowance must be made for shrinkage).


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Camel Kersey - Face

- 100% Cotton

- Original Iron Heart Fabric

Camel Kersey - Reverse

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