Yarmouth Oilskins

The Overshirt

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  • 100% Cotton

  • Regular Fit
    Chest Pocket
    Double Yoke Detail
    Corozo fisheye buttons
    French seams for durability

  • Made in Great Yarmouth - UK
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  • Made in the UK

  • UK: Free delivery 3-5 working days from dispatch
    Europe: £8 delivery 5-8 working days from dispatch
    Rest of world: £18 delivery 8-20 working days from dispatch

  • Questions about item?
    Email orders@brotherswestand.com

Brothers notes: Taking inspiration from the original work shirt from Yarmouth Stores' 1905 shirt catalogue, Yarmouth Oilskins' overshirt is a hardy garment and great with layers. It has a double yoke detail, french seams and corozo fish eye buttons.

Yarmouth Stores Ltd has designed and manufactured quality workwear garments to the highest standards in Great Yarmouth, Great Britain for over 100 years.

Product Footprint

Yarmouth Oilskins The Overshirt
strong points
  • Cut and sewn in-house
  • Family like working atmosphere
  • Made to last
areas for development

Brothers We Stand would like to see Yarmouth Oilskins and their partners consider the use of BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) or GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified cotton. 


Cut & sew: Yarmouth Oilskins (in house), Yarmouth, UK
Natural fabric: P&R Fabrics, Manchester, UK.

worker conditions

This shirt was made in house by Yarmouth Oilskins. Yarmouth Stores Ltd employ a dedicated team of 20 machinists and pattern cutters many of whom have been with the company for 25 years (the company has been in operation at the same site for over 100 years). Brothers We Stand have spoken in person with the factory manager and an employee who shared that it is a family like atmosphere at the factory. This is supported by the length of time many workers have stayed at the factory for.

environmental impact

This shirt made to last. It will be worn for many years negating the need for a replacement to be produced.

Fabric Oeko-tex certified. This means it is free of harmful substances and safe for human health and the environment too.

The fabric dyeing and finishing company are working to reduce their environmental impact through specific actions such as installing one of the largest heat recovery units of its type in Europe, reportedly saving over 4,000 tonnes of Co2 per year.

Cotton is a water hungry crop and conventional cotton requires a lot of pesticides which can leach into the environment where adequate safety measures are not in place.

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