The Canada Shirt by Fjällräven is a classic take on the ubiquitous lumberjack shirt – with the famous red check design that’s been keeping loggers safe from hunters since the 1800s.
The Fjällräven version is designed to be worn as either a first or second layer – meaning it can be used as a shirt or a light jacket depending on the weather, it’s made from a propriety blend of cotton, wool, polyester and acrylic, and it’s available in sizes from S to XXL.
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