Stone Embroidered Nametape · Vintage Stonewashed
A reproduction news reporter jungle shirt features woven patches and name tapes made from a lightweight cotton poplin.
The shirt is the imagined uniform of a missing photojournalist; often these unique uniforms, customised with the patches of units they joined on the frontline, are some of the most rare and sought after by collectors.
Woven patches and name tape
Concealed button front closure
Buttoned chest pockets
Cool wash & iron, do not dry clean or tumble dry
Cotton Poplin · 100% Cotton
1960’s era U.S. Army cotton poplin, reproduced exclusively for Maharishi. This lightweight cloth was introduced when the U.S. were invited to advise in Vietnam, and required a lighter cloth suitable for tropical conditions.
Shown with 8117 Camo Advisors Pants and 8169 Embroidered Hemp Shirt
Model is 6'1 with a 35" chest and wears an L