The earliest reference to opium dates back to 3400 B.C., when poppies were cultivated in lower Mesopotamia. The Sumerians referred to the poppy flower as Hul Gil, the "joy plant"
The Sumerian Flannel is woven in a modern fit that features an allover red and charcoal gray plaid pattern with our signature HALES woven label sewn on the left chest pocket. These flannels are constructed of a breathable yet warm 60/40 cotton/poly material, and feature dyed to match snap front, pockets, and cuffs.
- Red & Charcoal Gray Plaid Pattern Men's Flannel
- 60% Cotton 40% Polyester
- 2 Chest Snap Pockets with HALES Tag on Left Chest Pocket
- Dyed to Match Snaps
- Inside Stash Pocket
- Snap Cuffs
- Modern Fit
*Wash Cold, Hang Dry or Tumble Dry on Low
| Sumerian Men's Flannel