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Danton

Work Shirt S/S

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The Danton Work Shirt S/S combines timeless style and comfort. This short-sleeved work shirt features a loose, boxy silhouette that provides a modern, relaxed look. Crafted from high-quality Supima cotton poplin, the shirt offers a subtle sheen and moderate firmness, achieved by knitting fine yarn at high density. Perfect for both casual and professional environments, its pure cotton composition ensures breathability and durability.
  • Details & features
    — Material: 100% Cotton, Supima cotton poplin
    — Loose, boxy silhouette
    — Subtle sheen and moderate firmness
    — Made in Philippines
    — Style-No.: DT-B0049 CPL
  • Shipping terms

    We offer Free Shipping on all orders above DKK 1.000 / €220 / 160 / USD$ 220. Free shipping is automatically applied at checkout when meeting the order min.

    Denmark (free shipping over DKK 1.000):
    - Postnord Self-Collect DKK 35 | 1-2 working days
    - Postnord Home-Delivery DKK 60 | 1-2 working days
    - By Expressen Same-Day Delivery (Copenhagen Only) DKK 60

    - Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120 (Postnord)

    Europe (free shipping over 250€):
    - DHL — Express (VAT Countries Only) 17€ | 1-2 working days
    - FedEx — Economy 13€ | 3-4 working days

    United Kingdom (free shipping over £160):
    - DHL — Express £14 | 1-2 working days
    - FedEx — Economy £10 | 3-4 working days

    USA & Canada (free shipping over US$220):
    - DHL — Express US$23 | 2-3 working days
    - FedEx — Economy US$18 | 5-7 working days

    China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea (free shipping over US$280):
    - DHL — Express US$20 | 2-3 working days
    - FedEx — Economy US$18 | 5-7 working days

    Rest of the World (free shipping over US$280):
    - DHL — Express US$20 | 2-3 working days
    - FedEx — Economy US$18 | 5-7 working days

    *We do not offer shipping to Russia.
  • About the brand
    Danton began as a familiar endeavour, with Gabriel Danton buying shares of Manufacture Textile du Centre from his sister in, who had established the brand with the help of Jean Neirat in 1931. In 1935, the three registered the name 'Danton' alongside its trademark red diamond logo. From its humble beginnings supplying workwear to French public administrators, Danton has withstood the test of time and continues to produce high-quality products with unmatched craftsmanship.
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