1963 Saw Tooth Shirt Navajo
the 1963 Saw Tooth Shirt is the Pike Brothers version of a classic Western shirt. It has its origins in Western workwear, that’s why it features the era’s typical details from collar to the distinct pockets.
Where does the name come from? Have a closer look at the characteristic front pockets and you’ll recognize the shape of a tooth – especially of a sharp saw tooth. The shirt is a wardrobe staple not only because of its shapely shoulder reinforcements and snap buttons as well as because of its longer body length for comfortably tucking the shirt in trousers. By the way: snap buttons were invented to minimize need for repair in comparison to the older ones with tiny holes.