Lucky find on ebay, Farah repro of a 1950s workwear model. Corduroy lined chino cloth. Very versatile insulation which is warm, but isn't stifling in warmer weather. It comes with this label-apparently many of these were made with surplus military chino cloth. Dinerman-have you come across this info before, and perhaps seen some originals? Polo Ralph Lauren shirt, bought an outlet: Surprised to find it is from the Polo line rather than RRL, with all the vintage accurate detailing: Chinstrap, ventilation holes and spearpoint shirt. In contrast to my other chambray shirts, this one is soft and breathable and can be worn in warm weather. Pullover shirt from actual workwear brand, Key Apparel. Modern to a very traditional pattern, rather than repro. In this photo the shirt looks massive on me, but it shrinks to fit after the first wash. Very heavy and stiff hickory fabric which becomes more comfortable after each wash, same as a pair of rigid jeans. I guess I look like a train driver here , but I also intend to wear it with a sportcoat as a stand in for a 1930s/40s sport shirt.