The Sonoran Shirt returns with Miami Spice, a fusion of colorful South Florida flair and Southwestern spice. Continuing our tradition of chili pepper-themed patterns with vibrant scarlett, magentas, deep reds, and verdent greens, the party starts when you get to the BBQ!
Miami Spice is both dramatic looking and functional. It features a contrasting and disruptive pattern that assists in concealed carry by breaking up the visual "printing" of belt-mounted gear underneath it.
Double chest pockets
2nd generation design with pocket-in-pocket organization
Annoyance-free collar; branding and size tag on the inside bottom placket.
Sized slightly larger (+1" girth) and longer (+1/2" length) than typical shirts for enhanced CCW use.
Made in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Chili, Chile, or Chilli?
In the cultural panorama of the American Southwest, we often use "chile" as the spelling, but this sometimes causes pronunciation confusion with people from other regions. "Chili" is the most commonly used spelling in the United States for these various tasty peppers. However, the normal British spelling is actually "chilli." In Latin America you will still find it most often as "chile peppers." So however you choose to spell them, enjoy some chilies on your plate and on your shirt!