Fish-Net Shirt (Nov, 1949)

Fish-Net Shirt is a satisfactory substitute for the Eskimo caribou garments in the Arctic. It allows body perspiration to evaporate and form a vapor barrier, thus conserving all possible natural heat needed in frigid climates. First used in the Canadian Arctic by Operation Musk-Ox, this hole-some shirt is now worn under army winter underwear.

4 comments
  1. Jason says: January 14, 20091:27 am

    That’s no joke. Still in style for for polar expeditions. Check out brynje.no. They offer classic cotton ones that are very similar to the one above, as well as more modern fibers.

  2. Al Bear says: January 14, 20093:07 am

    Damn Jason, I wanted to mention the rubber ball gag, the leather vest to go with the shirt and the whip. Now I cant do that! :(

  3. The ShanMonster says: February 9, 200911:40 am

    Why does that man have such big bazoombas?

  4. Nomadic View says: March 31, 20095:21 am

    The Birth of gay fashion!

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