Ranger Shirt — Vintage WWII US Army Cotton Gabardine

Ranger Shirt — Vintage WWII US Army Cotton Gabardine


This authentic WWII US Army gabardine was found in the collection of a ‘Red Cross’ family who sewed uniforms for the war. It’s the real deal—crisp and structured with a buttery sheen, and stitches beautifully. It’s something you have to see in person.

The Ranger shirt features subtle cowboy references like pointed front and back yokes and ornate chest pockets. The armband is cut from a vintage acrylic Japanese scarf, topped with vintage corozo nut buttons. An iconic uniform fabric turned into a Western-inspired standout.

Slow Process was lucky to find enough fabric for at least three shirts. One is a Small, the other two are made to order (just mention your size at checkout). Raymond is 6’1 and is wearing a Small. Fits true-to-size. Size chart below.

  • Authentic 1940s US Army cotton gabardine originally for WWII uniforms

  • Cowboy-style details like pointed yokes and curved pockets

  • Japanese vintage acrylic armband

  • 1950s corozo nut buttons in butterscotch yellow

  • Flat felled seams throughout

  • Single needle construction

  • Handmade in USA

Due to the vintage nature of the fabric, garments may show idiosyncrasies. Handwash cold only.

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