Damn, this J.S. Homestead "Hill-Side" workshirt is fucking nice. First, it's made from "Matsusaka Momen" fabric, which is a special kind of cotton skein dyed by hand in indigo vats used to make stripe and plaid patterned kimonos. Because the fabric is traditionally used for kimonos, it's cut into bolts much narrower than standard fabric rolls, which means the body of these shirts are made using a six panel pattern. This is a lot of information for a fucking shirt, which, ironically, is exactly what your friends and loved ones will say when you freak out about losing it on the family vacation to Toronto.