Because details always matter, our polo works to separate itself from the ordinary.
If you look inside one you’ll discover a folded woven tape at our placket that’s bartacked at 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 seemed just as worthy to use on this season’s Relwen polo.
Here’s another way to judge the integrity of a polo. Are the buttonholes horizontal? Hardly anyone design their polos this way because it requires the button placement to be exacting. And that’s hard to pull off. We believe it’s completely warranted as this places the stress points exactly where they should for such a construction, thus extending longevity.
Finally, our polo utilizes woven facings around the collar to help maintain its shape while at the same time giving it an elevated appearance. Because every last little detail must be carefully considered when constructing a garment that's both rugged and highly refined in its execution.
content: 100% cotton pique, 152 gsm
deep 4 button placket opening utilizing double layer cotton ribbon tape strung thru slot hole buttons, each position framed w/ 2 bartacks for lasting durability
horizontal cut buttonholes
woven reinforced facing behind top placket, hidden inside bottom placket
smile shaped shirt collarband for closer fit, woven reinforced along with top collar for stability of shape
classic split tail side seam, +1" longer at back
pre-washed to remove residual shrinkage
fit: classic with tapered hem
care: machine wash cold with like colors; for best results, lay flat to dry