Heritage British brand Sunspel was founded in 1860 and since then they have perfected the art of several universal wardrobe foundations. The imprint is known for their iconic simplicity, fine craftsmanship and eye for detail.
From the outfitters comes their Classic Cotton Tee. This t-shirt has been made in England using long staple cotton which provides unparalleled comfort, softness and lightness making if the ideal wardrobe stable.
The premium cotton used has been hand-picked to ensure the only the highest quality fibres are selected which is then combed to remove imperfections. They then twist together the fibres to create a durable and smooth thread that will not tangle while being worn or after it has been washed. It's worth investing in a classic piece like this knowing you will get a comfortable, perfectly fitting t-shirt that will stand the test of time.
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