Mission Workshop Dover Performance Denim Shirt

Apr 2, 2018

Category: Style

Mission Workshop is pushing the limits of what denim can do. In collaboration with the Swiss company Schoeller, the San Francisco-based brand is rolling out a new denim shirt that is dynamic enough to be worn both during the cold months, and the warm ones.

The fabric used to make this unique, stylish shirt was designed to be water resistant, breathable, four-way stretching, and benefits from a special ColdBlack technology. While all of those individually are great features for any technical garment to have, it is the latter that is – at least in our opinion – the most impressive. ColdBlack makes it so dark clothing is better at deflecting heat, making it easier for wearers to stay cool longer. All of this innovation comes at a high price, though, with the shirts starting at $265.

Purchase: $265

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