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Currant Herringbone Outdoorsman Shirt

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The latest Freenote woven, the Currant Herringbone, gets its name from the Currant Creek in Utah where owner and designer Andrew Brodrick caught his first trout on a dry fly. The Current began as the beloved Freenote Utility Shirt and was enhanced with a box pleat, a gusseted armpit for ease of movement, and embroidered drainage and ventilation holes. The pockets are sized to hold your fly box and expand with extra space as needed. Made to be equally at home on the river and on the town, this version features a beautiful Japanese herringbone pattern woven cotton material from the Yoshiwa Mill in Japan.

  • 100% cotton heavyweight herringbone from Yoshiwa Mills, Japan
  • Expandable pockets with inverted box pleats
  • Custom fisheye horn buttons
  • Armpit gusset
  • Embroidered drainage and ventilation eyelits
  • Made in the USA
  • Regular fit

 

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