Safari Shirt - Navy
Knickerbocker Safari Shirt in Navy
Knickerbocker’s Safari Shirt is a restrained take on functional travel wear. The chest pockets are gusseted on both the front and sides, meaning they can expand to an ample volume for all your carry needs, but flatten down nicely when not in use. A two-way Talon zipper placket allows you to alter the shirt opening as desired, making it easy to wear by itself or as a layering piece.
- Two-way Talon zipper
- Corozo nut buttons
- Gusseted chest pockets
- Embroidered K.N.Y. monogram
- 100% cotton
- Made in Portugal
Knickerbocker SS22 Collection
Brendan is 6'1", Chest 36" and wears a size Large
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Canada/USA: Orders over $200.00 CAD ship FREE. Orders up to $199 are charged a $15.00 CDN shipping fee. All orders ship with FedEx and are delivered within 2-5 days.
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Knickerbocker burst on to the men’s clothing scene in 2013 with its thoughtful reinterpretation of classic American workwear. Nearly a decade later, these Brooklyn-based upstarts show no signs of stopping. It’s our humble opinion that of all the brands tapping into American heritage these days, Knickerbocker is quite possibly doing it best.