Women's Breton Shirt - Nantucket voile recyclée
Unbeatable in the Breton wardrobe, this Marinière has been reinvented at 727 Sailbags, with original elbow pads in recycled spinnakers.
The Nantucket Marinière is made of lightweight, breathable and fluid cotton, for a relaxed silhouette and comfort at all times. Its ecru color embellished with fine black stripes takes us aboard the old whaling ships of Massachusetts, guided by the historic red lighthouse on Nantucket Island. The classic cut of this sailor top is adorned with rust-colored elbow patches made in 100% recycled spinnaker - thin and flexible for freedom of movement.
Timeless, elegant and comfortable, the Nantucket Breton shirt slips on easily, throughout the seasons and destinations, to fill your day with iodized air.
- 100% cotton fabric. 215gr/m
- Large boat neck Long sleeves, double topstitching
- Elbow pads in fine and flexible rust-colored spinnaker.
- 100% recycled “Recycled sail” woven label sewn in
- Made in Portugal
This product is made with spinnaker inserts. Invented in 1937, nylon is the oldest synthetic fiber used in sailcloth. Its lightness, elasticity and resistance make it the ideal material for the spinnaker of sailboats. Usually quite colorfull, the "spinnaker" is easy to spot on sea with its bubble shape at the front of boats sailing downwind.
In our workshop in Lorient, Brittany, we collect sails every day. Through these sails, singular stories of navigations. Each sail has its own story, and you can learn about it on the authentication sheet that you can find on most of our products. By giving a second life to the these sails, we commit for the preservation of the environment. To learn more about the different sails we upcycle, please read the segment about the life cycle of a sail.
Shipping (UPS) :
- Usa : 2-8 business days.
- Canada : 5-10 business days
- Free pick-up in store, Maryland MD | 1 to 3 business days
Return: Products can be returned within 14 days
- For more details on shipping and returns, go to the delivery and return page