Kits (Jersey & Bib)
The Speckled Lincoln is that guy at school that could just do no wrong. Not the jock, yet far from the nerd. That good looking dude that played sport effortlessly and managed to get top marks seemingly without opening a text book. He didn’t follow the crowd, the crowd followed him. Females flocked. Like its high school human metaphor, the Lincoln is an extremely rare breed of sheep. He is very handsome and can sometimes be seen with hair long enough to be put into a bun. The ewes go crazy.
Hi Lacaune (pronounced ‘La-kwan’). Welcome to the family. Don’t be fooled by Lacaune’s dominant blacks and whites. She is as complicated, intricate, and unique as anything to come before her. Her flowing marble patterning is chic, with a mixture of toughness, rawness, and grace in one very complex package. Lacaune, the ewe, is one of France’s most sort-after dairy-producing breeds and responsible for producing succulent vintages of Roquefort and Feta cheese. There may be a sense of irony, but the drooling that people will be doing whilst wearing Lacaune.
When you are in a state of flow, it’s almost impossible to be aware of anything outside of what you are doing. It’s state of mind that allows us to achieve superhuman results with relative ease. The Japanese Nami patterning is symbolic of the state of flow. Ease and grace achieves greatest personal satisfaction. Portland, the sheep, makes things look easy as well. Like breeding for instance – he does it all the time, regardless of the season. Why? Probably because he has horns. But hey, we are not going to question anyone that is wearing the Portland Wave. We’ll just be one of many bowing down before you.
The rolling ocean is our greatest metaphor. Its beauty is timeless. Majestic, powerful and chaotic. At its peak, when the force and power is almost insurmountable, the ocean climaxes into a wave. The water crashes open in fury, everything left in chaos and disorder. Yet without fail, the water retreats to the seamless harmony of the rolling ocean, leaving very little permanent disruption or scar. Don’t take it for granted. Let go. Get lost in the flow.
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