Named after Ojo for 'Eye', the Ojo shirt is an essential layering piece for every season. It is a complex shirt with depths as deep as looking into a pair of Ojos—at first it appears rugged, but is soft to the touch. After a few washes, the pigment of the dye evolves and softens up, creating a color story unique to its wear. It can be worn as a shirt or a jacket. Hemp and organic cotton have a lighter environmental impact than other fibers, and Jungmaven ships its products with no packaging or plastics to help combat climate change.