The luxury knit dress shirt fabric is from mills in Italy and handcrafted in Portugal through a machine process that allows the jacquard knitting of patterns and colors balanced with the comfort of performance wear
Rhone, the premier men’s performance lifestyle brand, has expanded their beloved Commuter Collection to create a game-changing Commuter Dress Shirt characterized by luxury knit fabric combined with the technical properties of active performance wear.
Intended to oblige even the most thorough timetable, the Commuter Dress Shirt texture flaunts a four-way-stretch and brisk dry properties. The mix of the roundabout weave and the texture use body warmth to normally discharge wrinkles and is dampness wicking. Like different things in the Commuter Collection, the Commuter Dress Shirt is effectively thought about and does not require cleaning or an iron.
“The whole Commuter Collection is intended to fit the changing needs of a man’s life, and the voyage he takes from either the train, transport, or bicycle to the meeting room,” said Nate Checketts, Co-Founder, and CEO of Rhone. “The shirt is a noteworthy expansion to the line and brings out the standards of advancement and trustworthiness with which we plan our apparel.”
Rhone worked with a family-claimed industrial facility north of Milan to make a unique texture for the Commuter Dress Shirt. The sewing procedure comprises of 16 hours of jacquard sewing and 4,000 remarkable needlepoints, which loans the plant’s decades-old routine with regards to developing extravagance materials for a portion of the world’s best shirt producers to Rhone’s mark execution structure. The outcome is a texture that is delicate, lightweight and breathable for solace. Built in Portugal, the shirt is sliced and sewn by experts to make a conservative not at all like some other with unparalleled tasteful, quality, solace and fit.
“Sourcing can be as much about unearthing something staggering and finding a reason for it since it’s that great,” said Kyle McClure, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Rhone. “When I initially experienced this texture the thought just woke up and I was persuaded we had something amazingly uncommon really taking shape. The aftereffect of that (and some extraordinary item testing where I wore just this shirt for a multi-day trip and really went for a 10 mile keep running in it) is our Commuter Dress Shirt.”