the iconic navy and white striped breton shirt was created in 1858 by the act of france as the uniform for french seamen. it was said that sailors wearing the distinctive block pattern of stripes could be easily spotted in the sea if they fell overboard. today these shirts are a wardrobe staple.
boat neck, long sleeves, close fitting. white stripe on navy 100% cotton interlock (medium weight)
made in france
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