The Last Lumberjacks Cotton Shirt
“I can run faster, jump higher, squat lower, move sideways quicker, and spit further than any son-of-a-bitch in camp.”
Some men know how to get down to business, whether it’s felling timber from Maine to Oregon, catching bobcats bare-handed, or redefining the amount of alcohol one can consume and still remain upright. Jigger Johnson was that man. He was a lumberjack. Perhaps even the lumberjack.
At twelve, he bit off a grown man’s ear because he wasn’t abiding by proper logger etiquette at the dinner table. By 20, he was renowned for his ax skills. Other lumberjacks called him “the last lumberjack.” He even met his maker pinned to a tree.
This cotton shirt is a heavyweight cotton twill. Tough. Durable. Easy to move around in. It gets the job done, which is what Jigger would want. It’s also handsome. But not too handsome. Just the right amount. Jigger wouldn’t abide something too pretty.
The Last Lumberjack’s Cotton Shirt (No. 5479). 100% heavyweight cotton twill in yarn-dyed plaid. Adjustable button cuffs. Flat-felled seams with three-needle topstitching. Patch pockets with flap-and-button closure. Shirttail hem. Double-layer back yoke with box pleat at center back. Built to last. Imported.