LC Ripstop Shirt
Ripstop material was invented for parachutes during WWII.
It’s still used for parachutes, sails, hot air balloons, Nomex fire suits and other things that can’t afford to fail during crunch time.
This particular shirt had its origins in hunting and shooting. We made a few adjustments to turn it into more of an everyday shirt; for working the woodpile then working your glass at the bar afterward.
It’s lightweight so it’s comfortable in warmer temps.
The buttons are hidden under a placket so they won’t snag.
There’s a substantially sized side entry pocket with Velcro closure at the left chest that is perfect for your phone, money clip, map or handful of coated screws. Once you remove something from the side pocket, people will assume you know something they don’t. If you’re this prepared in times of leisure, God only knows how you’ll respond in crunch time.
We already know your shirt is up to the task.
The Ripstop Shirt (No. 5173). 100% cotton ripstop fabric. Flat felled seams. Point collar. Six hidden buttons down center front. Square cuffs with adjustable button closure. Patch pockets at chest with mitered corners and center inverted pleat with mitered flap and dyed-to-match single button closure. The opening for the hidden side entry pocket is 7”.