March 9, 2020
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Grayers: Tartan Heritage Flannel
England: the 1930s. Specifically Oxford and Cambridge Universities. For years, the norm has been three piece suits. Quite formal for everyday wear don't you think?
One day some young, iconoclastic chap decided it was time for a change. He wore some gray flannel trousers instead. Right then, the casual menswear movement was born.
That's where Grayers gets its name. You probably wouldn't have guessed that. You probably also won't guess where Grayers buys their flannel.
They don't. They make it themselves. These flannels are woven in house from 8.7 ounce cotton. That's heavy. And heavy is good.
Softest flannel you've ever touched. Guaranteed. Don't worry though. It's still tough as nails. Grayers doesn't use the word 'heritage' lightly. You'll have this one for good long while.
The Coldest Night of My Life
I've been sick for the last week. And I hadn't slept outside since September. Those two things reached a boiling point at 1pm on Friday (I'm writing this on Sunday). So I decided to go camping.
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