There you are in your little black dress, posted up at the bar in some high-rise hotel, topping off a long evening out on the town. Your left hand slowly begins to lift a toothpick-pierced olive from the bottom of your chilled martini glass, when all of a sudden an animalistic allure snaps your attention across the smoke-filled room. Your mind racing in disbelief, you feel as if your eyes must have betrayed you. Squinting inquisitively towards the looming presence, still trying to mask your obvious attraction, the strapping brown figure ambles towards you in a well-calculated stroll. Finally taming the wild butterflies spinning circles deep in your stomach, you turn to ask, “Excuse me sir, is that a camel?”Taking a quick survey of his 38-Long jacket, with slim lapels and 3 buttons down the center, the gentleman looks up and softly whispers, “Why yes ma’am, one hundred percent.” It seems we’ve finally stumbled upon the reason camels can stride through the desert with an aura of self-assurance uncommon among most mammals. It’s their hair, though not the coarse outer layer that wards of sand and sun. A camel’s fine, soft undercoat lends itself to a striking palette of colors from gorgeous golden brown to distinguished shades of red and tan. Fortunately for those who lack a camel’s natural poise, cursing the day they were born without humps, now every well-dressed man can look in mirror with camel confidence. Camel hair sport coats, available in many fine clothing retail outlets, will have you looking and feeling as sharp as possible. Of course, half the battle with confidence is being comfortable. Fear not, the thermostatic nature of pure camel hair helps to balance out both a hot summer night and chilly winter evening, leaving camel-clad cavaliers dressed to impress no matter the time of year.