Shockoe’s latest, their Utility Jacket in herringbone camouflage, is for the camo heads that aren’t afraid of attracting eyes near and far. The jackets are made by hand in Richmond out of a Japanese 10.5oz. cotton herringbone fabric that’s been printed with the pattern you see here, a cross between desert and jungle camo….so maybe we christen this oasis camo?
Being that it displays elements of the best of both camos, the end result is a bit on the active side, which will surely draw some attention from a few aisles over at the grocery store. Those up close are in store for a treat equally as intriguing, in close proximity the subtle herringbone shows through the print, adding yet another layer of “what is going on here?”. Absolutely camouflaged by the camouflage are the jackets point collar, patina-ready black coated copper snaps, and a bevy of pockets.
Available for $275 at Shockoe Atelier