Because details always matter, our polo works to separate itself from the ordinary.
If you look closely you’ll discover a folded woven tape at our placket that’s bartacked at various points. This allows the buttons to separate and be moved to better fit the horizontally cut buttonholes. This method of affixing buttons to a garment is historically reserved for vintage military garments, but seems just as worthy to use on our Relwen polo.
Here’s another way to judge the integrity of a polo. Are the buttonholes horizontal? This requires the opposing button placement to be exacting, and that’s hard to pull off. We believe it’s completely warranted as this places the stress exactly where the buttonhole best relates to the stress, thus extending longevity and just reflecting better build integrity within the garment.
Every little detail must be carefully considered when constructing a garment that's both rugged and highly refined in its execution. Available this season in solid cotton-stretch pique and a uniquely textured stripe of the same cotton-stretch pique.