Limited edition 14 shirts.
The New Mexico of the 1800s was home to colorful characters, from legendary frontiersmen to notorious outlaws such as gunslinger Billy the Kid.
The "Santa Fe" shirt recalls those fiery years as adventurous as they were dangerous.
POCKETS WITH FLAPS AND BUTTONS, SHAPING, VEGETABLE COROZO BUTTONS, REGULAR CUT, 100% LINEN.
Shirt handmade in Turin, Italy.
50% Cotton (denim) - 50% Linen.
- Corozo buttons, 100% natural and environmentally friendly, are made from washers taken from the dried nut of tropical palm from Ecuador.
- Plastic free.
- All fabrics used by PETRI are production leftovers from the best Italian companies.
- Natural and organic fabric, no harmful substances.
This fabric has the strength and structure of denim, and the freshness and quality of linen.
In addition, linen is the most environmentally friendly textile fiber, along with Hemp: biodegradable, its cultivation preserves the soil and requires no chemical pesticides as it is not attacked by pests and needs little water.
Indigo is the dye selected from the typical blue color used to dye the warp-that is, the thread that, when interwoven with the weft, will form the denim fabric.
The production of natural indigo is virtuous. On the one hand, it promotes the development of the local economy and on the other, it promotes the employment of Indian inhabitants. All with a very low environmental impact.
Before (on the skin) and after the first wash (in water) the shirt will release some blue color, like any quality denim dyed with indigo dye.
This is an ideal fabric for spring and summer days, but to avoid damaging it in the washing machine, it should preferably be washed in cold water or no more than 30°. Dry in the open air, not in a dryer.