By Michael Nolledo
The Dickies 1922 collection is as authentic as “new vintage” workwear gets. That’s because the label meticulously recreates garments from their archives using the same materials and methods. Made in collaboration with Boston’s Ball and Buck, these Cramerton Shirts are constructed in the US from selvedge Cramerton twill – a mil-spec cloth originally designed for the US Army – and include both original details like genuine shell buttons and inverted-pleat flap pockets, and some B&B-devised extras like a reinforced shooting shoulder and camo gussets.
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