Fun fact: Breton stripes were first utilized by the French Navy in 1858 as a way to make sailors more visible if they fell overboard. And I thought they were just something WASPs wore while yachting. The Loctudy Shirts from Armor Lux are made in France out of beefy, 100% combed cotton. Modeled after the original French naval issue, the shirts feature a scoop neck and slightly shorter sleeve (not sure what the original purposes of those details were). Norse Store has ‘em in three colors, and the price per is surprisingly decent.
For price and purchase info, visit Norse Store.