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**NEW** Aero Heavy Cotton CC41 Spearpoint Collar Shirt

While it's still possible to pick up most items of vintage clothing from the 1930s and 1940s including collarless shirts, it's almost impossible to find original wearable Spearpoint collar shirts, even harder to find the heavier work shirts such as these new Aero shirts.

We've taken an original CC41 shirt and recreated every aspect of the design using the correct 1940s style stripe in a heavy duty striped cotton.  Our shirt uses the traditional single needle construction with no overlocking. As well as making sure the collar is exactly the right size and shape we've insisted that there is no fused stiffening in the collar so the vital neck area looks totally correct for the 1930s/1940s period. The body has a traditional loose cut with a longer tail, the shirt buttons through and has a single cuff.

To complete the original design we've even recreated the original Utility label which bears the correct specification number for this design.

To find out more about the CC41 Scheme check

CC41 Utility Clothing by Mike Brown

in our book section