You know that smell that clothes take on from being worn at the beach? That warm, sun-baked, salt-caked, cotton-y one? I kind of imagine the Anorak Shirt from Woolrich Woolen Mills smelling like that right off the rack (does that make me weird?). Fastidiously handcrafted in the USA from airy, 100% cotton poplin, the shirt’s pretty much the most stylish thing to happen to beach bummery since the board short – hell, maybe even since the Gilligan hat. Details include a draw sting hood, button closure at the throat, center pouch pocket, and side buttons to enhance the shirt’s pullover-ability (yes, that really is why they’re there). Part of Daiki Suzuki’s final WWM collection (single tear), the shirt is a great representation of the craft and construction that has made his run so great. Now, if only it was nice enough outside to actually wear the damn thing.