Manse Chambray Button Down
Our take on the essential chambray shirt. We crafted our version using durable hemp, so it can stand up to wear and tear.
- Slub woven with a natural high-low texture
- Classic fit body with full button down placket and collar
- Back yoke with box pleat for ease of motion
- Double-button adjustable cuffs
- Left chest patch pocket with button closure
- Natural corozo buttons
Care + Content
54% hemp, 43% organic cotton, 3% spandex
ReviewsGreat fit and look
I bought the olive color with the navy canoes for my husband to wear to a less formal wedding. I love that the pattern pays homage to one of our hobbies but still looks dressy. The fabric is soft and light, and the fit isn't baggy around his waist like most dress shirts.Great Shirt
Love the feel of this shirt and have people asking where I bought it. Waiting for more patterns!Well fitting comfortable shirt
Great fit, slim design great for an athletic build.
About United By BlueFOR EVERY PRODUCT SOLD, UNITED BY BLUE REMOVES ONE POUND OF TRASH FROM OUR WORLD'S OCEANS AND WATERWAYS.
We created United By Blue in 2010 with the idea that a successful outdoor brand can do serious conservation work. This means everyone here at United By Blue is rolling up their sleeves and removing plastic bottles, styrofoam, tires, old appliances, you name it from creeks, rivers, beaches, and streams. We organize and host cleanups to make a measurable impact on the most pressing of environmental problems: ocean trash and plastics pollution.Why We Do It
The amount of plastic waste in our oceans and waterways is mind-boggling: 8 million tons of plastic enter oceans each year. Plastic bottles alone make up 1.5 million tons of plastic waste annually.
Plastics and other litter ultimately end up in the world’s gyres, or circulating ocean currents, and can turn into dense vortexes of trash. The most famous marine trash heap, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, is twice the size of Texas.
We created this company because we wanted to make a bigger, more measurable impact on our oceans and encourage people to do the same. So we stopped simply writing checks and started organizing and hosting these cleanups. We wanted to do our part to clean the waterways ourselves.
That’s also why we take the care to create products that use responsible materials (like recycled polyester, which reuses plastic bottles so they won’t wind up in gyres). If you’d like to help, we’d love to see you at our next cleanup.
We're All For Getting Out More
We believe that products designed for enjoying the outdoors should also be kind to the outdoors. We put a lot of thought into the materials that make up each piece and always opt for textiles that keep our oceans, air and soil a little cleaner.