This shirt first appeared in 1952 as a follow-up to Herringbone twill (HBT)overalls. This version with sleeve forks was released between 1964-1975 and served for a long time. It is also the final evolution of the OG107 shirt. It is characterized by sleeve forks, pointed pockets, and a right-angle hem. The satin cotton fabric is still used. Although the OG507 after 1975 has the same appearance, it uses a cotton-polyester blended fabric.
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I love it, great quality, perfect size. The delivery was a little longer than usual due to black friday i guess but barely.
I like this product
Excellent expérience !
I get the parcel very fast (I’m French), maybe 10 days...
Quality is very good, product rather fit, but perfect !!
Love the shirt- the quality is excellent and authentic. Sort of item that feels comfortable whether wearing it around the house or under a jacket when going out in the cold.
GREAT SHIRT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!
This shirt is great, the cut and fit is better than the original vintage Vietnam era shirt. The material is softer and lighter than the original and the sizing is spot on. I am 5'8", 150 lb and size 36 fits just right.