Gitman Vintage

An American made shirt collection paying tribute to the brands rich heritage.

In 1932, Brooklyn based shirt-maker Max Gitman left New York and opened the Ashland Shirt & Pajama Company in the coal mining town of Ashland, Pennsylvania. With his two sons, Alfred & Sheldon, he ran the factory as a contract shop until 1978 when the Gitman Bros. brand was born. Since then Gitman Bros Vintage has become one of the finest shirt makers in the world, using fabrics from old line books to pay tribute to their incredible heritage.

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  1. Dot Camp Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Dot Camp Shirt

    Red

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  2. Dot Camp Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Dot Camp Shirt

    Navy

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  3. Dot Camp Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Dot Camp Shirt

    Olive

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  4. Seersucker Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Seersucker Shirt

    Red

    USD 185.63 (Tax Free)
  5. Seersucker Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Seersucker Shirt

    Navy

    USD 185.63 (Tax Free)
  6. Seersucker Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Seersucker Shirt

    Light Blue

    USD 185.63 (Tax Free)
  7. Blue Stripe Seersucker Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Blue Stripe Seersucker Shirt

    Blue

    USD 185.63 (Tax Free)
  8. Daywatch Madras

    Gitman Vintage

    Daywatch Madras

    Blue

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  9. Surf and Turf Camp Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Surf and Turf Camp Shirt

    Navy

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  10. Surf and Turf Camp Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Surf and Turf Camp Shirt

    Red

    USD 208.13 (Tax Free)
  11. Button Down Chambray Shirt

    Gitman Vintage

    Button Down Chambray Shirt

    Blue

    USD 185.63 (Tax Free)

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In 1932, Brooklyn based shirt-maker Max Gitman left New York and opened the Ashland Shirt & Pajama Company in the coal mining town of Ashland, Pennsylvania. With his two sons, Alfred & Sheldon, he ran the factory as a contract shop until 1978 when the Gitman Bros. brand was born. Since then Gitman Bros Vintage has become one of the finest shirt makers in the world, using fabrics from old line books to pay tribute to their incredible heritage.

Their philosophy has always been to bridge the old and the new, so they continue to honour the importance of the button down Oxford and classic chambray while continually pushing the boundaries of a traditional shirt-based collection, creating everything from extraordinary colourful prints to Japanese indigos.Today, they’re one of the few remaining shirt-makers with all their production based in the USA