Batch Editor Short Sleeve Utility Shirt

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

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Batch’s popular utility shirts are now built as breathable warm-weather essentials – carrying the same characteristics we know and love from the long sleeve version but in a more casual summer friendly package. Perfect, we found, for warmer weekend activities and outdoor happenings around the local neighborhood.

Specifically speaking, we’re referencing the 100% cotton pinpoint Oxford cloth composition that adheres to the principles of durability and comfort. Clearly a more minimalist option, each Editor Short Sleeve Utility shirt comes complete with a smart button-down collar, a contemporary sleeve length, mother-of-pearl buttons, rugged seams throughout, and well-proportioned chest pockets to house any carry items you can’t leave home without. Available now in Flint Grey as well as other stylish colorways.

Purchase: $68

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