Inspired by the Tektite II research program in May of 1970, this W'menswear Research Shirt has been constructed in Japanese screen printed rayon. Rayon, a silk like fabric was discovered in the 1880s, is made from purified cellulose. World War II caused a bump in the production of rayon for fabrics and for tire cord, a replacement for rubber which was scarce.
Hand wash under 30 degrees Celsius with whites. Eloise here is 5'8 and is wearing a size 10 shirt.