- Modern Fit
- Gusseted Underarms
- Hidden Under Collar Button Stay
- Angled Front Pockets
- Pencil Pocket
- Understated 1620 Logo on left Sleeve
- Great for Embroidering your company's logo
This is 1620’s take an everyday classic, the short sleeve button up shirt. Our fit is modern, but long similar to our t’s and hoodies. Nothing worse than a shirt that is too short. We also used high tenacity yarns and over sewed the buttons, nothing worse than losing buttons! We used a lightweight 4 way stretch fabric, that has amazingly soft hand-feel and wicks moisture away from then skin. We also added an antimicrobial treatment to battle the stink. Then we finished the shirt with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating/treatment. What that means is this thing will repel water, oil, and solvents. We added an underarm gusset, with is often overlooked in a short sleeve shirt, but key to make this thing move freely. Our signature angled dual pockets are complimented with a pen/pencil pocket, and the collars are button down, to stay crisp ad flat even when on an bike/atv/boat. This is an awesome piece for uniform/embroidery and our new favorite summer time top. From the job-site to the golf course or bar-we got you covered!
I think the shirt is fantastic. I admire the fabric, cut and all aspects of the design. I don’t have a lot of the 1620 stuff outside of a hoodie and the some NYCO pants, all of that which are everyday staples, but judging from those items I can see how someone might not like the short sleeve button up. I however live in GA, hot and humid, and that shirt is great. For cold (hahaha) weather I just wear it over a thermal and am good to go 90% of the time. Look, I ain’t gonna lie, the price tag for 1620 is almost undoable for me. But the clothes are so good and the cause so worthwhile, I just wait for a chance (tax check, job bonus, extra hours for a while, patina collection), save, and get what I can. Don’t need but a couple pair, a shirt and a hoodie, and all that will last a long long time. So please don’t dumb it down, cut cost or anything else. It won’t be the same. It wouldn't be 1620.