An extension of the back panel of a shirt at the point of the separation of the side vents. The effect is designed for functionality rather than form as it helps the shirt stay tucked in during movement.
A decorative construction technique where the back portion of the garment is longer than the front.Assists in keeping the garment tucked in during activity.
The garment is longer at the back to ensure it stays tucked in when required.
A design feature where the back of the garment is longer then the front.
A longer back than front for the purpose of keeping the shirt tucked in. Also referred to as Extended Tail.