Freewheelers Shows Their Stripes with the Krafty Tiger Camo Chino
You used to notice camo. It stood out and it made a statement. But given enough time, everything changes, and here in 2017, camo is just another print at the disposal of fashionistas, Average Joe’s’ and Don’t Care’s alike. And in some cases, it has the ability to be more tasteful and easy on the eye than the standard king-of-all-patterns, plaid, as it so easily… blends right in.
Deploying the tiger camo favored by the South Vietnamese Army, Freewheelers‘ Krafty Tiger Camo Chino keeps the pattern in a familiar setting, applying it to a functional military chino. Discharge printed onto 10oz. Japanese cotton twill, these were once-washed to remove shrink and are outfitted with some ‘krafty’ features to get the fit just right: removable leg opening adjusters to taper the bottom or open them up as well as an adjustable waistband up top.
The single front facing buttoned “cargo” pocket is a nice bit of added utility, but the ranking officer in this platoon is the considered combination of colors that will have no problem disguising themselves amongst the rest of your wardrobe.
Available for $335AUD at Corlection.