Last Chance Dept.
The three most dangerous creatures in Africa are the hippo, the mosquito, and man.
I don’t hunt. I observe. But observation can be ill advised. I realize this as Rosoff chimes in…
“They don’t chase boats.” Then—
“He surely won’t follow us once we hit land.” And—
“I don’t think they eat meat.”
The next thing you know you’re running for your life from a 9,000 pound animal with 10 million years of life experience. You remember the walkie talkie, amazed it actually fit in your front pocket. The giant apple in your gusseted cargo pocket is a solid diversion tactic. Ikeno made fun of all your bulbous pockets. He’s not laughing now.
There’s really nothing more equalizing than running for your life. The ego crawls into a hole it should hide in more often. Confessions occur. The calls to the God you’ve ignored (or haven’t). The bucket lists. The promises.
You hold the apple up like you’re bearing the Olympic torch and swear to live a better life. Thankfully, you’ve got a pair of light and sturdy shorts with pockets big enough to hold objects of survival.
The Cotton Linen Cargo Short (No. 4656). Comes in a cotton and linen blend so you get the breathability and lightness of linen but the sturdiness of cotton. Safety stitch seams. 11" inseam.
1 corozo button at center front waistband with 1 1/2” self-fabric waistband. 8 belt loops with 2 additional wider belt loops at center back. Center front fly with antique brass zipper. Adjustable snap tabs at side waist. Now, the important stuff…
The pockets. The fronts are 10 1/2” deep and angled with snap flap closure. Side cargos are 7” deep and gusseted with flaps and 2 button hidden closure. The 2 back besom pockets are 6 1/2” deep with snap flap closure.
Men’s sizes: 32 through 46.
Color: Light Khaki.
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