Batch Freelancer Utility Shirts

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

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In today’s fast-paced mobile world it’s important to have clothing that’s both versatile yet stylish enough to look the part in multiple settings – whether it be the local pub after work, a pitch meeting, or working remotely from home. We certainly understand this, so when we were able to get our hands on a couple Batch Freelancer Utility Shirts, the quality immediately spoke for itself.

Made in small batches with an on-the-go attitude, these handsome shirts come in a variety of colorways to suit any personal tastes or wardrobe options. Also, with expanding pockets on the chest and rugged seams, we noticed the Freelancer was as durable and well-made as it was designed. Additional features include utility chest pockets, mother-of-pearl buttons, and a composition of 100 percent mercerized cotton for enhanced softness and brawn. Available now.

Purchase: $82

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