30s Chief Petty Officer (C.P.O) Pullover Shirt in Indigo Yarn-Dyed Cotton Flannel (Lot. JG-04)
This product is part of the John Glucow x Warehouse collaboration collections.
The CPO shirt was introduced to the U.S. Navy in the 1930s, initially assigned to Chief Petty Officers (CPOs). Cut from a warm, robust, navy wool flannel, the CPO had a roomy fit that allowed officers to wear it over their chunky knits as an outerwear piece. The shirt was eventually worn by standard naval officers and was favored by sailors for its cozy, hard-wearing material.
The original shirt that the Warehouse team reproduced was in wool, but to make it more versatile, they now use a 100% cotton fabric. A heavy cotton flannel. It features a wide pullover placket, a chinstrap, and fabulous labels, among other great details.
Note: this is a heavy winter product. Do not attempt to wear it in the summer months. At your own risk.
- 100% cotton yarn-dyed
- Custom made anchor coconut buttons
- Two secured front pockets with accented stitching
- Half and wide front placket
- Made in Japan
This is a roomy over shirt, meant to be layered. I Suggest to take your usual Japanese letter size. If you prefer a slim fit, meant to be layered just over a t-shirt, sizing down might be a good option.
If you have questions about sizing, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Luca is 1m80, 78kg, wears size L (40).
Wash cold (30°) and hang dry.