Officer & Gentleman Field Shirt
The Field Shirt.
You’ve been searching for this shirt for about as long as I have.
You had one (so did I) years back, passed down from your dad or your grandfather, who left it up to you to wear it out completely.
It took some real effort, but a shale outcropping on an upstate trail ripped the shoulder and that was that.
A man can only mend a shirt so many times before surrendering. Time to reenter the fray.
This is the shirt you wear to conquer peaks (Algonquin would make #23 of the 46ers), conduct special ops, strike camp, strike gold.
Sturdy construction (it’s also exceptionally handsome, I’m told) for absolutely anything other than surrender.
Officer and Gentleman Field Shirt (No. 6635). Garment-dyed and sturdy in 6.5 oz. cotton twill. Two front chest pockets with box pleats and button flap closure (suitable for a compass, map, or dry box for matches). Trapunto stitching for a reinforced, quilted effect at collar and under placket. Double needle stitching elsewhere. Two-button barrel cuff. Shoulder epaulettes. Washed for vintage look and feel. Imported.