Short Sleeve Skipper’s


A short sleeve shirt for the tropics or a hot summer’s day on a boat or ashore. We’ve been producing this same shirt for 30 years. Cut for a relaxed fit from 100% Madras Indian cotton voile. This fabric is perfect for hot, humid conditions, and known for its ability to absorb moisture readily and dry quickly. It has been pigment dyed and enzyme washed to give it that rugged, broken-in look that comes only from pigment dying. Two pleated chest pockets, one with the embroidered 4-flag Royal Navy signal to “Splice the Main Brace”! The left chest pocket also has a built-in slot on the top of the pocket for holding sunglasses or a pen. A button-down collar that looks good when a tie may be necessary, classic epaulets and a short sleeve with a loosely hemmed cuff to leave lots of space around the biceps for excellent ventilation, and an embroidered locker hang loop. Lower cut armholes with the back’s box pleat facilitates extra free movement, while enhancing air circulation. One of the coolest shirts you’ll ever wear – tucked in – or out.


  • 100% finest Madras Indian cotton voile
  • Pigment dyed and enzyme washed to impart a rugged, broken-in look
  • Button-down collar
  • An embroidered locker hang loop
  • Epaulets
  • A slot in the top left chest pocket to hold a pen or sunglasses
  • A loose cut for comfort
  • A back box pleat
  • Two pleated chest pockets, one with the Pusser’s 4-flag logo, the Alpha, Delta, 2 and 8, the flag signal in Great Britain’s Royal Navy to “Splice the Main Brace! Click here for the colorful story of this salty old expression that dates back over 300 years
  • Custom buttons
  • Machine wash

Material: 100% COTTON

SKU: 22013

  • S
  • M
  • L
  • XL
  • 2X


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