Batch Producer Utility Shirt

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

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A fair test for any button down shirt is its versatility. For instance, does it function both as an office-appropriate and field-ready article of clothing? Is it comfortable enough for casual evenings at the local pub yet professional enough for early morning meetings the next day? Batch’s all-new Producer Utility Shirt fits the bill here without a doubt – boasting a masculine construction and reliability you’d come to expect from their small batch production process.

Each Batch Producer Utility Shirt lends its comfortable nature to an end-on-end weave in premium cotton – designed with classic utility shirt details in mind. The Producer also boasts a pair of shoulder epaulettes that offer a military nod, a hidden button-down collar, classic mitered pockets complete with a pen slot, and is available in two colors: enduring blue or asphalt black.

Purchase: $82

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