Written by Ray Li
I went to Cornell University for undergrad and there I met one of my best friends, Joseph Teirab. Joe was supposed to move to New York City with me after college to study law at NYU but then ditched me when he was accepted into Harvard for law school. I'm letting go of the grudge.
Instead of becoming a high-powered corporate attorney (not that there is anything wrong with it), Joe took his blue-chip education and became a JAG lawyer prosecuting military criminals. Then he recently spent almost a year in Iraq, and now he has returned to Minnesota to serve the community where he grew up as a small county prosecutor.
I'm so proud of him, and grateful for the vets who serve our country and at times, struggle with re-integration into society. So we're donating a part of our proceeds from every sale of our camouflage jacket to the Wounded Warrior Project.
If you're not familiar with them, the org is amazing. They provide a variety of programs and services to help veterans take the steps that are best for them. Even if you don't buy anything from us, here's how you can get involved with them.
Check out our camouflage fabric collection here. It is sourced from a mill outside of Tokyo and feels ridiculously comfy.