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A new collection of old favorites, built using the foundations of traditional workwear, vintage military uniforms and classic outdoor gear as our guide. During World War II, an intelligence-gathering mission off the coast of Makin Island in the Pacific was set to launch just after midnight on August 17, 1942. In preparation, the U.S. Marines took their khaki shirts and dyed them as black as the night sky they'd be launching under the cover of. We've recreated these shirts detail for detail, from the oversize scalloped flap pockets and the deep saturated overdye down to the original contrasting brown buttons (originally left so after the dyeing process) and stitch-reinforced collar stand. Constructed from a sturdy cotton chino and washed down for a vintage, had-it-forever feel, it's a very limited-edition piece that's sure to become part of your fall uniform, whatever your mission. Regular fit—a tailored cut with a made-to-measure feel. Point collar. Import. Machine wash. Color: natural