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1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt
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1950s F.M. Hammerle Chore Shirt

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F.M. Hammerle was one of the largest textile companies in Austria, producing high-quality fabrics from 1836 to 2016.

This shirt is an interesting design, made in an unlined, lighter weight cotton, with a unique green and red striped pattern. Details more common to jackets distinguish this from your average button-up: fixed cuffs, a straight hem and two patch pockets for hands or tools. Perfect for when you need a little more utility without adding bulk. Four button front closure; the cutaway-style collar has a beautifully tailored "roll" when fully buttoned. Made in Austria.

Flat Measurements:
Armpit to Armpit: 22”
Shoulder to Shoulder: 18.5”
Sleeve Length: 23”
Total Length: 27”

Head to our Sizing Guide to see if this will fit you.

*Please note, all of our items are vintage and used and will naturally have some wear and tear. We think it all just adds to the piece’s vintage charm :) We’ll always do our best to properly document any obvious imperfections.
**Colors may vary slightly between photos on screen and actual piece.