Far Afield x Printed Goods Stachio Short Sleeve Shirt

Sun Panel Print Tencel

Far Afield x Printed Goods

A brand new and exclusive collaboration between ourselves and print pioneers, Printed Goods. This SS21 capsule collection consists of two bowling-inspired shirts crafted from the very finest of materials in Istanbul, Turkey.

AFPG002 is made from a silky soft Tencel fabric, and comes in a sun motif all-over repeat pattern. The shirt features an open collar, straight hem, mother of pearl buttons, and reverse locker loop.

– Tencel fabric
– Fit: Slightly long in the body for a more relaxed look
– Model is 6’2″ and wears a size 1/S

£63.00 £90.00

0 (XS)Extra Small (XS)1 (S)Small (S)2 (M)Medium (M)3 (L)Large (L)4 (XL)Extra Large (XL)5 (XXL)Extra Extra Large (XXL)

Size Guide


Additional information


Sun Panel Print

Fabric Type


Product Type

Bowling Shirt




Far Afield x Printed Goods


Size Guide

SizeEUInseam (CM)Inseam (Inches)
0 (28")4421-248.3-9.4
1 (30")4621-248.3-9.4
2 (32")4821-248.3-9.4
3 (34")5021-248.3-9.4
4 (36")5221-248.3-9.4
5 (38")5421-248.3-9.4
Please note that the above is just a guide and there may be some variation depending on the intended fit of certain styles. Unless stated otherwise on an individual product’s page, all of our items are regular fit and true to size, and we recommend ordering the size you would usually wear.

Lyocell, better known as Tencel, is a fibre made from the wood pulp of trees that are grown and replaced on specialised tree farms. Unlike most cellulosic fabrics, Tencel is produced using recyclable, Earth-friendly solvents and uses high resource efficiency with low environmental impact. When blended with cotton, Tencel adds wrinkle-resistance and is known for its natural comfort that gives lustrous, comfortable feel against the skin.

As of early 2022, all our product?packaging?is 99.9%*?plastic-free. In 2019, we began the process of phasing out all non-recyclable plastics from our packaging.?That means no non-recycled plastic bags, plastic clips, collar straighteners, plastic swing tags, and plastic labels;?we now substitute with paper, cardboard or metal.