The Indiana Jones SHIRT

The Indiana Jones SHIRT
After a lengthy development, the WPG Indiana Jones shirt has finally arrived.
 
Our PriceUS$ 48.00
Code101846000
Stock214
Weight0.2
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This shirt is made in a special custom weave of 100% cotton and light khaki color to match the original as correctly as possible.

Details have been faithfully copied, though this shirt includes a few extras features you would expect of a period dress shirt, such as a button on the sleeve gusset.




SIZE

LENGTH

SLEEVE

YOKE

CHEST

WAIST

COLLAR

S

34

22 ¾

20 ½

42

40

14 ½

S-L

36

24 ¼

21 ½

42

40

14 ½

M

34

23 ½

21

46

44

15 ½

M-L

36

25

22

46

44

15 ½

L

34

24 ½

21 ½

50

48

16 ½

L-L

36

26

22 ½

50

48

16 ½

XL

34

24 ½

21 ½

54

52

17 ½

XL-L

36

26

22 ½

54

52

17 ½

2XL

34

24 ½

21 ½

56

54

18 ½

2XL-L

36

26

22 ½

56

54

18 ½

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