This T-shirt has been crafted using cotton sourced from the USA, cultivated within the fertile expanse of the Mississippi River Basin. Employing an innovative technique called air spinning, the fabric is meticulously fashioned by intricately twining cotton threads with a dynamic width ranging between 13mm to 33mm. This distinctive spinning approach results in a textured surface with a pronounced coarseness and a captivating crispiness, owing to the stark contrast between the robust external torque and the comparatively delicate internal composition of the yarn.
The neckline boasts an exquisite three-roll binding, while the sides feature thoughtfully incorporated slits, adding to the garment's overall vintage appeal and comfort.
Founded in 1949 by Mitsugu Tanabe, Jackman's journey began in the Tanabe Meriyasu factory in Fukui, Japan. Inspired by the stockings of American baseball teams post-war, Tanabe's commitment led to crafting exceptional baseball stirrup stockings with innovative machines. The legacy of Tanabe Meriyasu became synonymous with quality, even supplying the 1964 Japanese Olympic team. Today, Jackman remains a testament to this legacy, crafting each piece with unwavering dedication in the same factory. Rooted in tradition, yet embracing innovation, Jackman embodies excellence while honoring its baseball-inspired origins.
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