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A classic Norse Projects Milano knitted crewneck, made with a Swiss lightweight merino yarn. This classic knit features engineered Breton (Normandy) stripes, a double layer ribbed collar, and clean finish hem and cuffs. The Breton striped shirt has been a working mariner garment that was picked up by seafarers, fishermen and the French navy. Originating from Brittany, France, the Breton Stripes were introduced on March 27th, 1858, and was the prescribed seaman's uniform. The stripes are white for the largest, 2 cm, and blue for the shortest, 1cm. Traditionally, there are 21 stripes on a Breton shirt, one for each of Napoleon's victories. The classic design has withstood the test of time making it a true wardrobe staple in its many iterations.
Details & features
- 100% Pure Merino Wool
- Regular fit
- Made in Portugal
- Model is 188cm tall and wears size M
Delivery times and rates
DK (Self-Collect): DKK 30 Within 1-2 working days DK (Home-Delivery): DKK 50 Within 1-2 working days DK (Bike Messenger): DKK 150 Same day (Orders before 12AM) Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
USA & Canada:
Within 5 working days Rest of the world (Asia, Australia, etc.):
USD 30/ EUR 20
Within 5 working days
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About the brand
Norse Projects is philosophically rooted in Scandinavia with a Danish design aesthetic, and the idea that good design is functional and timeless in nature. Within roots in street culture, skateboarding and inspiration from architecture and the subtle landscapes of the North, Norse Projects creates European sourced and sewn garments for the modern man.