This work shirt is made based on an interesting US 1930 design and patent from J.W. Champion, so named after its uniquely-constructed left pocket used to store and easily access cigarettes.
5 oz. indigo-dyed cotton selvedge chambray from Nihon Menpu Japan
4 chainstitch placket construction
Triple fell chainstitch at armhole, back yoke, outseam and sleeves for added durability.
Vintage-style high heat-resistant blue buttons
Only 100% cotton threads
Side gussets with chainstitch runoffs
Fully-functional front right chest pocket with pencil holder (the pocket opening width is maintained as the pencil slot is not sewn through shirt panel)
Front left chest cigarette pocket, its design allows for easy access to a cigarette without unbuttoning the flap. The pocket is sewn independently of the shirt panel so as not to soil cigarettes in a soft pack.