Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt
Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt
Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt
Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt
Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt

Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt

Regular price
Sale price
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Introducing the Men's Denman Short Sleeve Shirt - made  from a lightweight recycled cotton and linen blend and featuring buttons that are 100% recycled - they come from end-of-life oyster farming trays! 

The details of this design mean that this shirt can easily be dressed up for work or dressed down for beach days and evenings on the boat. Not only will you look sophisticated and stylish, but you'll also be supporting the environment with every wear. 


Fabric - 10oz - 41% Recycled Cotton / 24% Linen / 23% Organic Cotton Jersey / 12% Recycled Polyester

*The buttons are 100% recycled plastic made from end-of-life oyster baskets salvaged by the Ocean Legacy Foundation on the Canadian coast.

Wash in cold water and hang to dry.  To reduce energy and water use, we recommend washing only when necessary.


Made in Canada


Sizing Chart 

S - Front Length 29.4" / Chest Width 20.3" / Sleeve Length 12.6"

M - Front Length 30.3" / Chest Width 21.5" / Sleeve Length 13"

L - Front Length  31.1" / Chest Width 22.7" / Sleeve Length 13.4"

XL - Front Length 32" / Chest Width 23.9" / Sleeve Length 13.8"

XXL - Front Length 32.8" / Chest Width 25.1" / Sleeve Length 14.2"


Why we love Anian?

The idea for Anián sprung from the belief that: the clothes we enjoy in the natural world should not be harming it. With this in mind Anian has created timeless, lifetime clothing that you can live your life in, and feel good about. The environmental impact of clothing is something they take seriously. For this reason, Anián begun the transition into using entirely recycled natural fibre textiles from landfills. 

From the beginning Anián has been about using natural fibres, manufacturing in Canada, and creating transparency. Most recently they have begun to focus on using predominately recycled natural fibres in an attempt to further chip away at the mountain of consumption the clothing industry is creating.