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The Essentials

The Jack of All Trades

The Jack

THE WHITE EVERYDAY OXFORD — $98
THE BLUE EVERYDAY OXFORD — $98

We studied the craft of custom shirt making from one of our country’s longest standing families. We educated ourselves on fit and balance, French seams, and why 22 stitches per inch matters on a shirt. We sold our first custom shirts in the fall of 2008, to our friends over Bloody Marys at a bar on a Saturday morning—a scene to say the least. From that day, we’ve always questioned, learned, and iterated. After measuring and making shirts for a couple thousand guys, we used that data and worked with a local patternmaker to create what we believe to be the staple of our wardrobe, The Jack.

We’ve sold 125,000 since opening up shop in 2008. People tend to like Jack. We think you will too.

The Devil in the Details We have made a name for ourselves with our collection of Jacks. The general recipe for it’s success is a durable fabric, a modernized button-down collar, unbreakable urea buttons, and the perfect shirt length. Lock-stitched button holes and tacks. Complete single-needle construction. French seams. Hand-turned collars. This is how the best shirts are made.
The Recipe for Success A perfected slimming fit that allows for comfortable, all-day movement. We added an eighth button to keep the bottom front plackets tidy and designed the perfect length of tails for wearing both tucked and untucked.

Week-Round Favorites

Jack, Five Ways

White, Blue, Charcoal, Green, and Black. These five colors serve as the visual foundation of any man’s wardrobe. Always have, always will. And when captured in a shirt this damn good, there’s really no rhyme or reason to choose one over another—all that matters is you hardly have to think about your decision. Let the Jack do all the talking.