Herringbone Denim.

Gone fishin’ takes on a whole new meaning when we’ve got a knockout piece of Herringbone Denim hooked on the end of the line. This mid-weight 100% cotton cloth takes its name from the chevron-type weave – or an inverted V-shape, for all the angle pedants out there. Constructed to resemble the backbone of the humble herring, this breathable fabric is more commonly seen in tailoring but was also a robust favourite of G.I.’s in olive drab during WWII. Like all good denim, it starts off sturdy and softens over time, fading in all the right places to give it a surface texture unique to you.