In the meantime...
There are two types of hikers: those who like natural fabrics and those who like technical fabrics. I'm the latter while my sister is the former. I went hiking with my sister a few months ago and she pulled out an old linen button down shirt from Goodwill that she'd hurriedly hacked off at the waist. So hurried that it was cut at a jagged diagonal. She was trying to counteract the enormity of the shirt (XL, when she is more of a S). The effect was kind of Jack Sparrow.
It fits fantastically. All seams are french seams to reduce chafing. Instead of applying the plastron with raw edges, I turned in the edges on both sides for a completely smooth bib.
|Front. Isn't my model lovely?|
|Plastron or bib front. Where does Burda get names like Plastron?|
|Vented cuffed sleeves.|
|Back, also with smooth application of Plastron.|