Breton Indigo Polo
On a sunny Biarritz afternoon, youll be just as likely to grab a longboard as an aperitif. In 1957, this coastal French town on the Bay of Biscay became the birthplace of surfing in Europe and serves as the de facto capital of waves and bon temps. Inspired by a late summer trip to the city, Mike Faherty recognized an opportunity to recast a classic. Made with impossibly soft, indigo-dyed jersey slub and finished with real buttons, the Breton Stripe Polo stands above its peers in both comfort and style. But don’t let its easygoing nature fool you — this shirt is meant to move. Perfect for laidback evenings on the beach, shucking oysters and pouring wine, or navigating the PCH to Big Sur, its looks super sharp under our AMK Cotton Linen Blazer.
Details & CareChambray placket and side vents
Prewashed for softness
Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low.