This Needles Camo S.M. Field Shirt Jacket is 70% cotton and 30% Tencel, which is a sub-type of rayon, which is a "manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber". Now you know. It's on sale for 166 USD over at Bureau Belfast and though that's a fair amount for a shirt, it's not necessarily too much for a jacket, hinging the value of this piece on whether you reverse layer that shit with another shirt. My wife thinks camouflage is silly, unless you are actively trying to conceal yourself from animals or humans you are planning to kill, but I disagree. Tweed was traditionally worn while hunting, but it's perfectly dope when worn to your local whiskey bar. Camo is no different: like tweed, it is just a pattern. And I can only assume that, like tweed, it will one day be associated with the sporting lives of the upper class.
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