The long sleeve shirt with the snappy name has its origins in the workwear of the Western. The name stems from the pointed 'sawtooth' shape of its breast pockets. When the original cut of the shirt was invented, it was deliberately decided to use snaps instead of the usual button, as they simply meant much less wear, and the Pike Brother version is faithful to this tradition.
Classic Western Shirt Cut
Pocket flaps in sawtooth shape
Made in Portugal
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