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1027 Chef’s shirt (Men’s) - White

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Modern men’s chef’s shirt with long sleeves and a slightly slimmer fit. This design is inspired by a shirt, so it has a rounded hem and is longer at the back.

  • Visible button at the neck (remove before washing)
  • Loop for apron ties and a hanging loop in the collar
  • Low-environmental impact materials


Art nr: 1027261000
Storleksbåge: C44 - C60
Material: 50/30/20% Tencel™ lyocell/polyester/recycled polyester - Twill - 190g/m²

Tvättråd:
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1027 Chef’s shirt (Men’s) produced in our self-owned factory in Ukraine.

With Segers, you have full control from start to goal. 1027 Chef’s shirt (Men’s) is essentially produced In our self-owned production facility in Ukraine which about 140 employees work. Here we also have close to our materials and accessories suppliers.

The right garment at the right time, produced in a nifty way makes us one of few to have achieved grade A, the highest rating in Amfori's rating, year after year. Something we are very proud of.

The material comes
from Klopman

Klopman's production is located in Rome in the south of Italy and has been producing fabrics since 1967. Segers has been buying fabrics off Klopman for more than 15 years in a tight and close collaboration.

Klopman ISO 9001, ISO 14000 and OHSAS 18001 are certified to ensure quality standard, hygiene, health and safety of production, and environmental development.

As a supplier, they account for a high and good level of quality with a market-leading product and colour breadth. Their focus is on providing a range of fabrics focused on continually reducing environmental impacts through ongoing improvement work with new innovative fibres, chemical & water use, etc.