Dubbleworks Crew T-shirt | White

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Since 1926, these shirts have been made in a small family-owned factory based in Osaka, Japan on Marudo knitting machines.

The process takes longer on these machines, but in return you get a more compelling fit and feel (no side seams) and a slightly slubby texture unique to each shirt.

  • No side seams, taped neck and shoulder seams
  • Made from 100% cotton, wash at 30°C
  • Runs true to size 
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    Osaka, Japan

    Established in 1926, Sankei Meriyasu, the parent company of DubbleWorks, started as a manufacturer of athletic wear and gym uniforms, even supplying the Imperial House of Japan with gear.

    All production, from spinning yarn to sewing seams, is done on-site at Dubbleworks’ factories in Osaka, located in the Kansai region of Japan. Dubbleworks is one of the last of its kind: an outpost of Osaka’s textile spinning days, a small remnant of a fading industry.

    The factories use Marudo knitting machines. The unique signature of Marudo machines is their lack of side seams: because these machines create tubular fabrics, craftsmen only have to cut the fabric once, horizontally. Though this production method takes longer, it results in garments with unparalleled comfort, quality, and style.