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    The Railroad - The perfect work-shirt:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxire View Post
    The Railroad - The perfect work-shirt:


    I like the sawtooth pockets on that one. Nice touch.

    AND.....yes, the denim western models really are great work shirts. They last a long time, are fairly flame resistant (very important when working around welders), very warm when layered in winter but not too miserable in 100+ temps, and no buttons to lose. The snaps also make them faster to get out of at the end of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dh66 View Post
    I like the sawtooth pockets on that one. Nice touch.

    AND.....yes, the denim western models really are great work shirts. They last a long time, are fairly flame resistant (very important when working around welders), very warm when layered in winter but not too miserable in 100+ temps, and no buttons to lose. The snaps also make them faster to get out of at the end of the day.
    Thanks mate. We took in some of the classic design elements and brought them all together here.

    I would not think that they are flame resistant, but, at 10 Oz, the denim can withstand some welding. The washing, that breaks the fabric in, makes it cool enough to wear on warm days.

    That is the beauty of classic clothing. They did not, thankfully, have the luxury of man-made fibers and chemical coatings to meet desired goals. They thus used weaves, weights, layers etc to wonderful effects.
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    Just saw this on tumblr. No caption.
    I think they worked with some cool and fun details here.

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    I can't quite make out the label....
    It's pretty cool!
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