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Mamnick Pilsley shirt

October 30, 2013

With the force of momentum behind then, Sheffield’s Mamnick show no signs of slowing down with the introduction of new product. Although the Pilsley shirt already exists in the range, here’s a new fabrication in time for the colder months.












As with much of Mamnick’s range, the Pilsley shirt also shows its cycling influence, having been named after the small village in Northeast Derbyshire, which is a passing destination for the Rutland cycling club’s Saturday morning ‘tea-cake’ run.

This latest iteration of the shirt is constructed from a lovely blue cotton jacquard with a diamond pattern over its exterior, and feature a simple classic grandad collar, pair of front pockets which fasten with a flap and button, single-button cuffs and Sheffield-made reversed smoked trocas shell buttons.

As is always the case, these are available in strictly limited numbers, so if you fancy one be quick and get yourself to the website here: Mamnick.

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