Batch Freelancer Utility Shirt

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

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In today’s on-the-go workplace landscape, ideal clothing and gear will stand up to the use and abuse of day-to-day wear yet remain stylish and comfortable over the years to come. Sounds impossible right? Well, fortunately this tough feat has been accomplished by Batch with their Freelancer Utility Shirt.

Outfitted for the office, while out on assignment, or taking some much needed time away with friends, the Batch Freelancer Utility Shirt helps you maintain a put together yet casual appearance that combines the masculine functionality of a standard utility shirt with the comfort and fit of a handsome dress shirt. Each shirt – tailored with intention one batch at a time – features a no fuss button-down collar, chest pockets with side expansions, mother-of-pearl buttons, and is made from lightweight 100% cotton pinpoint oxford. It’s the perfect lightweight shirt for summer and comes in several colorways as well to suit any style.

Purchase: $82

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