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5 Reviews, 4.4 Average
Lighter shirt for the spring and summer. Very soft, but because of that, doesn't hold a strong shape. More casual than some other Ratio shirts.
Eric Z. (Montclair, NJ)
This particular gingham has a thicker material, but very comfortable. In between traditional cotton and flannel. Great everyday fabric
Tyler G. (Charlotte, NC)
One of the best fabrics. Very soft and light. Great for spring, summer and fall
Anthony L. (Arvada, CO)
Nice casual shirt, great for warmer weather. Does wrinkle some but looks fine with the casual style.
Daniel J. (Denver, CO)
It wrinkles a little more than I like. I’m hoping it is just an issue with gingham. I’m also planning to try oxford. Any suggestions on fabrics that won’t wrinkle as much are appreciated. I typically don’t like to iron my shirts and wear them casually, so I’m not looking for wrinkle free options, just something maybe a little heavier.
Ratio Customer (Chicago, IL)
|Yarn/Thread Count||50's Single-Ply|
|Weight||Light (96 GSM)|
|Opacity Rating||Mostly Opaque (4)|
How it's Made
Somelos was founded in Portugal in 1958, first making yarns and later adding cotton fabric production to its repertoire. The family-run business has become the benchmark for yarn-dyed men's dress shirting in the global market, and weaves fabric for many of the top brands and designers in menswear.
We’re proud to make our shirts in a facility in North Carolina that’s been making shirts continuously for 55 years with a history of quality and craftsmanship. The factory is a union shop that employs several hundred skilled operators, who earn a living wage. Every shirt made by Ratio includes over sixty operations performed by a dedicated team of made-to-measure specialists.
- Proudly made in the USA to your measurements and specifications
- Single-needle tailoring at a minimum of sixteen stitches per inch
- Quarter-inch topstitching on collars and cuffs
- Two-piece yoke
- Removable collar stays (when applicable)
- Heat-activated, self-sealing button thread for exceptional button security
- Soft, sewn (not fused) interlining for a comfortable and casual appearance