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Criquet Reinforced Button Downs Are Designed For Opening Beers

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Do you really need a shirt specifically designed to assist in the opening of twisties? Of course you don’t. There are a lot of arguments from the haters. You’re a “girl” if you can’t open a twisty with your bare hands. Why do you need a special shirt to open beer? Don’t you have your shirt tucked in most of the time anyway? The most reasonable of course is “why are you drinking twisty beer in the first place?” The truth is, it’s not our hands we’re worried about, it’s our shirts. Sometimes the caps are stuck and you just need a little more leverage to get them open. When your champagne of beers is a little difficult to open, you reach for the bottom of your shirt. Problem solved. Beer in mouth. The shirt isn’t revolutionary, it’s just got an extra reinforced front tail to prevent you from you destroying the fabric if you happen to use it to open something. It’s also surprisingly work appropriate, good looking and made with 100% certified organic cotton.

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We’re not sure when the whole carry your wallet in your back pocket thing started, but we’re not big fans. Not only does it make it easier for pickpockets to swipe your cards and cash, but sitting on a wallet all day isn’t exactly what we’d call “comfortable.” That’s why we endorse the front-pocket wallet, and few versions are smarter and sleeker than the Wally Bifold. The Wally Bifold is a wallet distilled to the essentials. By eliminating unnecessary bulk, Distil Union crafted the Wally Bifold to hold as much as your standard bifold—up to 12 cards and 30 bills—but in a package that slips easily into the front pocket of your jeans.

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