The Japanese have always been enamored by traditional fabrics from other cultures and have innovated on them in many ways over the years. These donegals are perfect examples. Traditionally, donegals are a wool woven with different colors of yarn interspersed to create amazing texture and variation. These particular fabrics are 100% cotton and the Japanese have amazed us yet again. When viewed up close, they have that same incredible texture variation with two traditional plaid bases. They make for the perfect late winter or early spring shirt with a subtle twist.