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Roark Revival Anti-War Fatigue Short - Men's

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    Contrary to what war's good for (absolutely nothing), the Roark Revival Men's Anti-War Fatigue Shorts are ready to accompany you through endless adventures and activities, spreading peace all the while. Crafted from soft cotton, these shorts feature multiple pockets to stash all of your daily essentials, and the adjustable drawstring allows you to get just the right fit and feel every time you step through the door.

    • Cotton construction
    • Adjustable drawstring
    • Regular fit
    • Multiple pockets
    • Item #ROR0062

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% cotton
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    knee
    Outseam
    19 in
    Pockets
    2 side, 2 rear
    Waist
    adjustable drawstring
    Fly
    zippered
    Recommended Use
    casual

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    "Strange Daze In A Hanoi Haze"

    In Volume 10: "Strange Daze In A Hanoi Haze" we catch up with Roark in the steamy waterways and country roads of Vietnam. Fresh off a stint in Nepal, he seeks R&R in a land filled with evolving promise and the ever-present stains of war. Once again conflict rises within his minds eye as he seeks out freedom and the reconciliation of the pictures created by politicians, war films and the 1960’s anti-war movement. The collection spans four phases of Roark’s voyage: The chaos of Hanoi, the North Vietnamese countryside by motorcycle convoy, Ha Long Bay by Junque Boat, and the long trek to Da Nang. It’s inspired by cash crops, the psychedelics of war and peace, traditional Vietnamese textiles and the beauty of the lands waterways. The garments are sweat-stained, dirty and well worn. Join Roark and crew as they explore new dimensions and find peace amongst chaos and freedom