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This lofty bowling shirt is made of Ecovero™, the most environmentally-friendly viscose fiber in the world. Light and pleasant to the touch, it gives its sunset-hued graphics a silky sheen. Its engineered print features the Mohave desert at dusk, its native plants outlined against the fiery sky. Its notched bowling collar is printed with a dense logo pattern, desert flora framing the sleeves threateningly.


Desert conditions are difficult on living things and those that adapt to it are tempting targets for other desert dwellers looking for food and moisture. This being the case, many desert pants - such as the Barrel Cactus, Datura, Morning Glory or Sleepy grass plants - have developed the means to protect themselves, intoxicating or even killing the unsuspecting predator.