• Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel
  • Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel

Norris Shirt - Indigo/Brown Selvedge Flannel

Indigofera

$249

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Every season we look forward to the latest edition of the Norris. Cut from a 3x1 selvedge twill (that should ring a bell for a reason - that’s how denim is made) flannel, it’s a substantial, dense, and warm shirt. The yoke and pockets are cut on the bias, in classic plaid flannel style.

The blue part of the check is yarn-dyed indigo, so these will fade and wear in like your favorite pair of jeans. Closing up the front of the shirt, and worth a call-out, are melamine buttons - smash-proof & fire-proof.

Fit is big and boxy, we suggest sizing down one for a good fit. 0.5” shrink expected with a cold wash and hand dry.

  • Japanese 3x1 selvedge twill
  • 100% cotton
  • Twin button-closure flap pockets on chest
  • Bias-cut pockets and yoke
  • Wash cold, hang dry
  • Sewn in Portugal
  • Runs large, size down

All measurements are in inches.

Runs large, size down

Size Front Length Shoulder Chest Sleeve Length
XS 25.25" 17" 39" 24"
Small 25.5" 17.5" 42" 24.25"
Medium 27.5" 19.25" 44.5" 25.25"
Large 28" 20.5" 47" 26"
Extra Large 28" 21.25" 49.5" 26.25"

 

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Further details

Indigofera is the latin name for the genus of plants that includes everyone’s favorite clothing dye. It is also the name that seemed most natural for Mats and Johan when deciding what to call their fledgling clothing company back in 2007.

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Indigofera specialize in - as you might expect – denim, but have also become widely known for their shirts and wool blankets. Working closely with both European and Japanese mills, they focus first on fabrics, before evn beginning to map out the cutting and sewing of a garment. This focus on textiles goes as far as having proprietary denims and flannels woven specifically for Indigofera.

Aesthetically, Indigofera falls somewhere between traditional workwear and a look that’s more reminiscent of the appropriation of that workwear by bikers and hot-rodders during the 50s and 60s, albeit with a more modern, tailored fit.

Indigofera themselves are proud of the fact that their look forges it’s own path, rather than looking around to the rest of the fashion world for direction; co-founder, and former commercial director of Levi’s Vintage, Mats Andersson is on record as saying that ‘Indigofera is not a brand that you have to doubt if you’re cool enough to wear it’.

A good example of this practical approach to both style and construction can be found by simply looking at the hem of any pair of Indigofera jeans. Whereas the accepted wisdom amongst denim purists is that chainstitched hems are more ‘authentic’ and, therefore, more desirable, Indigofera bucks this trend by using a simple running stitch to hem all of their jeans. Why? Because it’s a stronger stitch and less prone to unravelling.