Striped Camp Collar Shirt
The Lodge Your Great-Grandfather Built.
The hard work is done. Your great-grandfather built one of the great camps in the Adirondacks from bark-on-log, granite fieldstone, and tongue-and-groove wainscoting. Spent a solid couple of years building something that would last. Gave it a name that would mean something.
Now, you’ve got the keys in your pocket, and aside from routine maintenance, you can live a little easier every summer.
Spend hours with an eye to the fly-tying magnifier, perfecting your Black Ghost Streamer. Take the Riva Aquarama out for the morning. Stay out longer. Paddle out around the islands at sunset in your 1938 Chestnut Ogilvy Special.
Everything recuperative. Nothing that wears you down.
This is the shirt you’ll wear more days than not. Your father liked these, too, for the collar that’s not quite a collar. Lies flat, keeps you cool. Looks cool.
You won’t wear it to dinner on Friday at Hotel Saranac (formal attire, please); you’ll only wear it everywhere else. All summer long. Offered in 100% cotton poplin or Italian cotton piqué.
Striped Camp Collar Shirt (No. 6641). 100% cotton poplin short-sleeve shirt. Crisp, cool touch to fabric. All the classic styling of a camp shirt. Camp collar, flat hem, one chest pocket. French placket. Shell buttons. Imported.