Sugar Cane's work shirts are made mainly of denim material, and a wide range of workwear such as shirts and jackets are developed. Sugar Cane originally developed clothing for U.S. military bases, so even though the brand was born in Japan, the spirit of craftsmanship and know-how are all American, and it is a brand that has gained support for its obsessive manufacturing. This shirt has a buffalo check pattern with details from the 1950s and 1960s. The buffalo check pattern has its roots in the fact that it was adopted as a highly visible pattern to prevent misfiring between hunters when hunting, and its accented design is very attractive.
Chest pockets are placed on both chests. Various shapes of pockets exist in work shirts, but this shirt has pockets with rounded corners. The bias trimming of the fabric gives the design a distinctive look. The collar is a regular collar with a pedestal collar, which is easy to wear with any style.
The buttons are the cat's-eye buttons that were popular at the time. It is a detail that can be seen that the craftsmen of the time devised and produced this item so that the threads would be less likely to fray by cutting down the center. Gussets are attached to both hems to prevent the front and back body from tearing. Another typical detail of vintage work shirts is the "sky ring stop," in which the seams are sewn from one direction and the threads are held together while still twisted.
The two needle winding stitching for strength, and the back yoke specification for the shoulders, which are subject to heavy loads, provide excellent durability and a finish that can be used for a long time. The resilient 100% cotton fabric has a moderate texture and can be enjoyed in three seasons from fall to spring.