Three camouflage long sleeve button-ups in this Hamilton 1883 collab with Nick Wooster the king of camo:

A good mix of a few different disruptive patterns.  The shirts are made in the USA with Italian cotton.

If I had to pick I’d go with the middle option.  I’m not 100% sure what the name for that particular pattern is, does anyone know?

Available over at NOMAD for $255 CAD


Encyclopedia Of Camouflage


A two volume book set exploring the vast world of camouflage:

Also known as DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material).  These highly visual books chart the history of camouflage from its inspiration in nature, through its adoption by the military, to its current uses in design and popular culture.

Reading the book description I learned a new word; “camoufleur”, which unsurprisingly means someone employed in camouflaging or skilled in the techniques of camouflage.  Tight, I’ll keep that one in the chamber to drop in random conversation sometime for sure.

I should probably pick up this book, considering a good portion of my posts seem like they are going to be camouflage based, it would help minimize the panic when I see a pattern that isn’t woodland, German flectarn, or British DPM.

The book is available for $135 over at Amazon.


10.Deep Fall 2012 Collection


Featuring numerous different disruptive (camouflage) patterns:

Believe it or not, there are even more camouflage patterns in this collection than what I posted.  To check out the full collection head over to the 10.Deep online store.

If you want to see some of the pieces in action check out their preview video on vimeo.

Are you a fan of any of the made up disruptive patterns?  Do you prefer the classic military ones?