Left Field’s New Heather Pocket Tees are All Cotton, No Filler
So apparently some hardcore witchcraft was used to make the fabric on these Left Field Heather Pocket Tees. There’s absolutely no evidence to substantiate this claim, but it’s difficult to otherwise explain* how the New York-based company managed to get a neppy, ALL-cotton heather fabric.
(*This is also probably not true and the explanation is probably simple and may even exist on this very website but know that I didn’t look, I don’t read the comment section and I also don’t know how my cable works but that’s never stopped me from enjoying cable. Basically I’m a scholar, let me live.)
If fabric alone isn’t worthy of your attention when it comes to tees—who are you—know that these were made in the USA, come in four colors and feature a ribbed bound collar, a chest pocket, and a flat hem.
But again, that fabric is what’s of note. All-cotton means no poly, and No Poly is basically Big Foot when it comes to heather cotton. Like, before these we had some murky photographic evidence and maybe even a NatGeo show touting its existence, but this is the real deal. Anyways, I did it. I compared a t-shirt to a mythical mountain creature. Appreciate you coming along for the ride.
All colors are available for $58 at Left Field.