The One'O'One shirt is cut fairly straight through the body but is by no means baggy. Cut slim through the sleeve with a high arm hole and close fit across the shoulders. This allows for range of motion without the shirt coming untucked or raising excessively. Distinctive shirt features include a scalloped hem with gusseted sides for extra strength and a pointed centre front placket. Two different types of patch chest pockets. One is an open two piece pocket without a flap and a pointed bottom. The other is a what's referred to as a sweat proof tobacco pocket. This pocket is bellowed with a flap that buttons closed to secure it's contents. All pockets are bar-tacked at points of strain. Curved single button cuffs. Straight stand and fall collar. This shirt is made with flat-felled double needle chain-stitched seams. The fabric used is a Japanese 100% Cotton yard dyed Dobby cloth woven in a geometric tribal pattern and uses black mil-spec melamine Cat's Eye buttons through out.