The Breton shirt was introduced in France in 1858 when French parliament passed “The Act of France.” This new law saw the knitted striped jumpers become the new uniform for all French naval personnel stationed in North-western France. Originally known as a marinière, or Ricot Rayé, the Breton shirt got its name from the North-Western region of Britanny, where many major naval bases were located.
A 1950s inspired stripe tee made popular by motorcyclists in mid-century America.
Materials: 100% Cotton
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