Up until a few centuries ago, the classic tartan print was one of the most distinctive identity markers in Scotland. Each clan had their own patterns and colors and wearing a tartan that was not your own was the equivalent of wearing a biker club cut you don’t belong to today.
Luckily, attitudes have relaxed and everyone can enjoy whatever tartan pattern they so desire, like the two on display in Left Field’s new Tartan Work Shirts. They come in a brown and a blue, both made from a 12oz. cotton tartan twill woven in North Carolina. Both shirts feature the signature LF details like melamine buttons, and are, of course, made in USA.