The Lambert was the first shirt Freenote ever designed. A recent update did a complete overhaul on the fit and construction. The sweat-proof pocket, designed to keep moisture out of a pack of cigarettes, got a new curve to match pockets across the rest of the collection. The Lambert also gained an elbow patch and contrast fabric on the back yoke and sleeve plackets.
True to traditional workwear shirts, the body length was reduced, while the sleeve and chest were opened up for added mobility and movement. The armpit opening hangs a little lower, allowing more air flow throughout the shirt with a bigger bicep measurement.
Both of the front plackets are separate pieces attached with a multi needle machine. 1/8" chain stitch detail and runoffs are there for guys who sweat the details.
Salt & Pepper
This iteration of the Lambert is made of salt-and-pepper twisted yarn selvedge fabric from Yoshiwa Mills, Japan. The buttons are aluminum reproduction, made in Japan as well.
- Twisted yarn Japanese selvedge
- 1/8" double needle and triple needle detail
- Modified sweat proof front pocket
- Reinforced elbow
- Two-piece plackets
- Aluminum fisheye buttons, Japanese
- 100% cotton
- Sewn in the USA