Indonesian Batik Shirt
Mind the Gap.
First spotted in Cartagena on the back of the only man I ever met who explored the Darién Gap, that hostile, nearly impassable stretch of jungle that connects Panama to Colombia.
Drive the 19,000-mile Pan American Highway—from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to Ushuaia, Argentina—and you’ll find yo r hour. It took 136 days.
Good advice says take a boat from Puerto Lindo to the Colombian side.
We’ll find other things to conquer.
The spirit of exploration is woven into every fiber of this Indonesian Batik Shirt (No. 6662). We started with an 18th-century Indonesian-Javanese geometric print and 100% linen. Ended up here, alive and well. Rugged details. Imported.