Outfit Your Entire Summer With 50% Off These USA-Made Camp Shirts
From tennis courts to burgers, no one does a print like Gitman Vintage
You’ve been keeping your eye out for the perfect print shirt for summer, something cheeky but tailored, something that will stand out on the rooftop bar but that’s not so popular you run the risk of wearing the same thing as some guy who’s on his fifth Aperol Spritz. Problem is, a lot of those eye-catching short-sleeve button-ups are fast fashion — a good price, but bad quality, bad for the environment and bad working conditions for the people who made them.
Gitman Vintage, on the other hand, traces its American roots back to 1932 and still cuts and sews its garments in their factory in Pennsylvania. And for a limited time, East Dane is throwing a sale on the brand’s camp collar and other short-sleeve shirts with prices up to 50% off.
Oh, and did we mention they’re untouchable in the summertime print department? You want an all-over print of entire tennis courts? Gitman’s gotchu. You want burgers, palm trees, surfers and airplanes? Gitman’s gotchu. You want a guide to knots because you always forget how, exactly, to do a sheet bend? Gitman has got you.
Find our favorites from the sale below, but at prices up to $126 off, don’t expect the sizes to last long.
White Aloha Camp Shirt
Red Surf and Turf Camp Shirt
Feeling Knotty Camp Shirt
Singles Camp Shirt
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