Rails Grey/Tan Tribal Batik Print Short Sleeve Shirt

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Introducing the Rails Grey/Tan Tribal Batik Print Short Sleeve Shirt: a fashion-forward top that exudes a blend of classic and edgy style with its slim fit and tribal print. Crafted from lightweight stretch woven fabric, it's designed for warm weather and is well-suited for a variety of occasions, from an everyday casual look to smart casual events. Its collar neckline adds a preppy touch, making it an ideal choice for those who appreciate a mix of comfort and sophistication in their wardrobe. Pair with the with Perk tan brown slim fit chinos and the Antioch Cream Textured Button Up Shirt Jacket With Four Front Pockets for an easy work look.


  • 55% Linen / 45% Ecovero
  • Grey/Tan tribal batik print
  • Short sleeves
  • Collar neckline
  • Button-up front
  • Slim fit silhouette
  • Lightweight stretch woven fabric
  • Dark color palette with grey tones
  • Eco-friendly icon indicating sustainable fashion


Founded in 2008 by Los Angeles native, Jeff Abrams, Rails has grown from a small label - started with just a single hat - into a full collection of women’s and men’s apparel. Sold at top international retailers and worn by a loyal following of celebrities and tastemakers, the brand has come to define a new classic heritage and relaxed sensibility. Rails cares about their environmental impact, and that is why they are taking steps towards a more sustainable future. From their products and factory partnerships, to their corporate practices and philanthropic initiatives, they know that their commitment to sustainability matters.

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