Freenote Cloth Brings the Yee Haw with Their Summertime Western Shirts
Something’s in the air. Something that makes me want to wear a Stetson and bootcut Lee’s. The yee-haw is everywhere. It’s in memes, it’s in music, and the only thing that could possibly rain on this parade is summer.
Sure, the season has its fair share of handsome tops (e.g., guayaberas, aloha shirts, etc.), but none that really channel the cowboy within. Freenote Cloth, of course, has the solution. Their position in the industry as our favorite surfin’ cowboys makes them perfectly situated to drop what will certainly be the most comfortable summer westerns around. Because what is more cowboy than a western shirt?
They’ve released not one, but two new summertime westerns: the Rambler and the Lancaster. The Rambler is a little more rodeo than your average western with Japanese cotton piping, smile pockets, bone snap buttons, and intricate triangle-embroidered reinforcements. But its almost-garish detailing is nicely complemented by a custom Italian shadow plaid, a fabric that is super light and perfect for summer. The Lancaster, on the other hand, is a more conservative western, available in a bleached Japanese selvedge denim or a lightweight Italian plaid. As always, these shirts are sewn in the U.S. from the finest fabrics Italy and Japan have to offer and all feature that 1/8″ double needle detailing that always makes Freenote’s stuff stand out.
All too often, it feels like we have to make sacrifices when the weather gets warm, but thankfully for us, Freenote is down to help out. At least, if like me, your priority is to be dressed like a caballero even in 100-degree weather. AND, if you spend over $250, Freenote will send you a free tote bag!
Available starting from $230 at Freenote Cloth.