Batch Engineer Utility Shirt

Oct 10, 2018

Category: Style

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You may not know it to be true, but it takes a fair bit of the precision and know-how to produce a check shirt that’s both refined and aligned. Batch has this system down-pat, however, and their new Engineer Utility Shirt is a prime example of such craftsmanship.

Working to embody refinement but with a more casual fall attitude, each Engineer Utility Shirt comes equipped with a pair of roll tabs to keep your sleeves looking sharp, hidden buttons under the collar for clean points, mother of pearl buttons throughout, and perfectly aligned checks throughout each 100 percent cotton garment. Meant to be worn untucked yet stylish for the fall tailgate, this is one check shirt that’s a must-have in our opinion. Available now.

Purchase: $88

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