The fly fishing utility shirt
- Slub oxford fabric from Yoshiwa Mills, Japan
- Expandable pockets with inverted box pleats
- Custom fisheye horn buttons
- Armpit gusset
- Embroidered drainage and ventilation eyelits
- 100% cotton
- Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
- Sewn in USA
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If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you may return the items postmarked within 14 calendar days of receipt for an online store credit or refund to your original method of payment. Please note that original shipping charges are non-refundable. Items must be returned in their original condition (unworn, unwashed, unaltered) with the tags attached. After 14 days, we can only offer an exchange or online store credit.
The latest woven gets its name from the Currant Creek in Utah where I caught my first Trout on dry fly. Field tested over the Summer/Fall of 2018 and made to be worn on the river and out to dinner. Piece dyed and with subtle slub, the oxford fabric comes from Yoshiwa Mills Japan, and is sewn in California.
The concept of the Current began with a Utility pocket and was enhanced with box pleat and embroidered drainage holes. There are two hidden fabric loops located underneath each pocket, perfect for your fishing tools of choice. The pockets are sized to hold your fly box and expand with extra space as needed. The goal of the Currant was to create a comfortable, stylish fishing shirt, taking things back to the basics without looking like a human tackle box.