You know us, we tell the story(s) of mining with our clothes. That's why this stylish longsleeve is named after a personality from the coal and steel industry and a coal mine. The Prussian Minister of Trade Theodor von Möller was the inspiration for the name of the mine in Gladbeck, which produced coal from 1901 to 1967.
A few years later, the illustrious name now also characterises a streetwear piece that embodies mining history in every fibre. The coal wash, complemented by the striking miner's shirt breast pocket, make for a cool style. A longsleeve made for days when it's too cool for a T-shirt, but also too warm for a sweater.
Product information "Longsleeve Möller“
Material: 100 % cotton
Miner's shirt fabric breast pocket
Miner's shirt fabric at neck (halfmoon)
Miner shirt fabric at the hem
Grubenhelden logo embroidery in white at the front
Hammer & pick loop label on the right arm
Size advice: Our model Marc is 1,89m tall and wears size M.
We have produced our longsleeve under fair conditions in Portugal.
Due to our coal washing it comes from part to part to individual color differences. These are intentional and make each longsleeve unique.
Care instructions for a particularly long-lasting product quality: Please do not use detergents containing bleach. All other instructions can be found on the care label in the longsleeve.