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Stores With Comfortable Clothes That You Can Wear for Years

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Durable Duds

At a certain point, we all grow tired of chasing trends, or spending good money on clothes that don't hold up for more than a season. After all, a cheap T-shirt is no deal if it can't last more than a few washes without losing its shape. For shoppers who want off the fast-fashion carousel, we've rounded up our favorite retailers making timeless, comfortable clothes — some with names you'll recognize and others that are unknown but worth exploring. Reviews — which we've included where possible — confirm it's worth spending a bit more on these brands since they're made to last.


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American Giant
American Giant

American Giant

This relatively new startup has made a big splash by "doing everything wrong by today’s standards," according to Forbes — that is, making all of its clothing in the United States, paying high wages, doing little marketing, and producing only a small number of classic, skip-the-trends pieces. Indeed, you'll find a closely curated collection of comfy sweatshirts, tops, pants, and the like, all backed by a lifetime warranty that protects against workmanship and material defects.

Women's Full-Zip Classic Hoodie
American Giant

American Giant: What to Buy for Women

Full-Zip Classic Hoodie

$128

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Billed as "the greatest hoodie ever made," this American-made sweatshirt commands a premium because of all the thoughtful details. Made of a heavyweight fleece, it has a double-lined hood, reinforced elbows and stitching, premium hardware and a slim fit.


Reviewer rave: "Perfect fit: room to move and breathe but not baggy, heavyweight warmth but fits under my jacket. Stitched to last, amazing zipper, great cuffs and a functional, comfortable hood. I build my outfit around this hoody." —Daniel D.

Men's Moto Full Zip Sweatshirt
American Giant

American Giant: What to Buy for Men

Moto Full Zip Sweatshirt

$128

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When you want to wear sweats but look a little more polished, this sleek jacket-like option is a great go-to. It has the same reinforced elbows and heavyweight fleece as other American Giant sweats, plus jersey-lined welt pockets. 


Reviewer rave: "I read the reviews and thought, 'It's just a sweater'... but I have to admit, it's as great as everyone says it is. Warm, snug, and feels like something crafted rather that just made." —Evan A.

Bridge & Burn Portland, Oregon, Flagship Store
Bridge & Burn

Bridge & Burn

Based in Portland, Oregon, Bridge & Burn offers "utilitarian details, styles that equally prioritize form and function, and fabrics that will last." The company, which has a flagship brick-and-mortar store on Portland's Harvey Milk Street, offers clothing and accessories for men and women. 

Bridge & Burn Harbor Shirt for Men
Bridge & Burn
Bridge & Burn Saria Astoria Plaid Dress for Women
Bridge & Burn
L.L. Bean
L.L. Bean by Niceckhart (CC BY-SA)

L.L.Bean

L.L.Bean, a Maine institution since 1912, proclaims "the outside is inside everything we make," and it shows in their woody assortment of flannel, cozy pullovers, warm coats, and famously rugged duck boots that can last winter after winter without skipping a beat. Unfortunately, the store discontinued its famous lifetime guarantee a couple of years ago, but reviews indicate product quality is as robust as ever. Today, purchases are backed by a guarantee that allows returns for any reason within a year; after that, the store will still accept returns due to issues with materials or craftsmanship.


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Women's Perfect Fit Pants
L.L.Bean Inc.

L.L.Bean: What to Buy for Women

Perfect Fit Pants

$40

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Anything billed as "perfect" better be at least pretty close, and tons of happy buyers say these pants deliver. Made of jersey-knit cotton and stretchy Lycra, they have plenty of stretch but still retain their shape, and they come in several styles, including slim leg and boot cut.


Reviewer rave: "I have seven of these in three colors, and I wear them almost every day. They fit well, wash easily (no pressing), and they always look great. They are a very good value.” —morsehood


Men’s Chamois Shirt
L.L.Bean Inc.

L.L.Bean: What to Buy for Men

Chamois Shirt
$60-$70
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A shirt that has endured for 90 years, this relaxed-fit top is everything flannel should be: warm, soft, and rugged. Double-stitched seams and unbreakable buttons should hold up to wash after wash.


Reviewer rave: "For many years now I've bought this shirt for my brother for Christmas. Every year, I think it would be nice to go with something entirely different but I don't, he LOVES this shirt. He loves how it holds up to anything and everything he does, which says a lot, and is also as soft and comfortable as a shirt gets." —Audriina

Pendleton Store
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Pendleton

The Pendleton Woolen Mills opened in Oregon in the early 1900s and have been going strong since then. Today, Pendleton is best known for its soft, lightweight wool blankets in dozens of gorgeous patterns, but it produces classic clothing, too. While simple, sturdy items like cotton T-shirts and chinos are available, the showstoppers here are the beautiful wool blazers, cardigans, coats, and shawls. Everything you buy is "warranted to be a Pendleton" and is returnable for 60 days. 


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Women's Shetland Washable Wool Crewneck
Pendleton Woolen Mills

Pendleton: What to Buy for Women

Shetland Washable Wool Crewneck 

$70-$100

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Wool doesn’t have to be fussy. This classic crewneck made from 100% New Zealand-sourced Shetland wool is colorfast as well as water-, stain- and odor-resistant. Even better, it’s machine-washable.


Reviewer rave: “​​I love this sweater. It's such a great workhorse for casual, fall and winter dressing. I can wear it outside for warmth, but also wear around the house to knock off the chill without being too hot.” —Annag H 

Men’s Board Shirt
Pendleton Woolen Mills

Pendleton: What to Buy for Men

Board Shirt
$149-$169
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Close to 900 happy reviewers agree: This classic '60s surfer shirt is still as relevant today as it was more than 50 years ago. The machine-washable wool is water-, odor- and stain-resistant, and there are more than two dozen colors to choose from.


Reviewer rave: "This is my fifth Pendleton board shirt purchase. There's nothing like these things. I'm a huge fan of the fabric, fit and style." —Zimm

Corridor store location in Los Angeles - Venice
Corridor

Corridor

Independent brand Corridor has locations in New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and Venice, California, but you can also shop its menswear collection online. Founded in 2013, the brand specializes in garments that are "designed in-house with selectively-partnered, ethical and environmentally sustainable workshops specialized in the best quality weaving, knitting and sewing."

Corridor STRIPED SEERSUCKER SS
Corridor

Corridor: What to Buy for Men

Button-Down Shirts

$115 and up

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Corridor has a number of short-sleeved, button-down shirts that'll make you the best-dressed guy on the beach or any surrounding you find yourself in during the warmer months. Pictured here is the cotton-viscose blend striped seersucker SS shirt ($160).

Carhartt Store
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Carhartt

Carhartt has always been a go-to for high-quality, fairly priced work clothes, but the brand has broadened its appeal, even while staying true to its blue-collar roots. It has expanded its lines to women and children, and while you won’t find any dressy duds here, you will find a ton of clothes that are built to take a beating, whether that’s from weather, work or years of wear and tear. The company gives customers a generous 180 days for returns.


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Men’s and Women’s Acrylic Watch Hat
Carhartt, Inc.

Carhartt: What to Buy for Men and Women

Knit Cuffed Beanie
$17
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You see these hats everywhere because they're just that warm and practical. Made of stretchy acrylic rib-knit fabric that stays put, they come in a ton of colors.


Reviewer rave: "I absolutely love this hat, especially when I'm working outside with the cows. I’ve had the same one for over a year, and no matter how many times I've washed it, the hat still looks brand new." —Jazzi

Men's Washed Duck Sherpa-Lined Jacket
Carhartt, Inc.

Carhartt: What to Buy for Men

Washed Duck Sherpa-Lined Jacket
$130-$145
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Carhartt coats are legendary because they're built for function first, plain and simple. This one, made from heavyweight duck cloth, has a sherpa lining for additional warmth and softness. The pleated back allows for stretch, the sleeves are specially designed to keep out the cold, and there are plenty of pockets.


Reviewer rave: “Great jacket, heavy duty. When the weather is colder I wear this jacket every single day. From logging to yard work to working on vehicles to dealing with snow, this jacket can handle anything you throw at it. Its not too warm where you overheat and also heavy enough that you can wear it comfortably with minimal under layers in the snow.” —Ryan J

Lands' End
Lands' End

Lands' End

You may remember seeing Lands' End apparel in Sears, but the two retailers' longtime partnership has ended. Still, it's worth seeking out this store for its classic sweaters, flattering swimsuits, unfussy dresses, and other timeless basics, often with a slightly preppy or nautical bent. Not satisfied? Lands' End will take back purchases within 90 days — unfortunately, its lifetime guarantee is now a thing of the past. 


Related: Pajamas, Sweats, and Leisure Wear Perfect for Working at Home

Women's Supima Cotton 3/4 Sleeve Polo Shirt
Land's End

Lands' End: What to Buy for Women

Supima Cotton 3/4 Sleeve Polo Shirt

$48

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If you could sum up Lands' End in a single garment, it might be this classic, casual polo made from pill-, stain- and wrinkle-resistant Supima cotton. There are plenty of vibrant colors and patterns to choose from, and it’s available in petite, tall, and plus sizes, too.


Reviewer rave: “Couldn't be happier with these polos. The fabric is silky even though it's 100% cotton. Fits perfectly and washes like a dream with no shrinkage. I just received my fifth one.” —BrewerFan

Men’s Comfort Waist No Iron Chino Pants
Lands' End

Lands' End: What to Buy for Men

Comfort Waist No Iron Chino Pants
$63
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If the khakis aren't making it out of your closet because of annoying wrinkles, these popular no-iron chinos that come in a ton of colors might be the solution. They stretch up to 2 inches in the waist — always appreciated — and the stain-resistant cotton twill never looks sloppy.


Reviewer rave: "They are well made, fit perfectly, and the hidden elastic gives him a little extra breathing room. Wash and wear like a dream." —Marks

Garnet Hill
Garnet Hill

Garnet Hill

Perhaps best known for its high-quality bedding, Garnet Hill makes soft, supple women's and kids' clothing with an emphasis on eco-conscious, sustainable fibers wherever possible. It also has an exclusive collaboration with Eileen Fisher, known for her minimalist, mature designs. Shoppers looking for items a bit beyond the basics — think dresses, swimwear, and resortwear — can also find choices here. Customers have one year to return defective clothing.


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EILEEN FISHER Stretch Organic-Pima-Cotton Jersey Tank Dress
Garnet Hill

Garnet Hill: What to Buy for Women

Organic-Pima-Cotton Jersey Tank Dress

$168

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This chic yet simple Eileen Fisher dress is emblematic of Garnet Hill's easy, comfy style. The relaxed silhouette pairs well with leggings or a light jacket in cooler weather or by itself in the summer. 


Reviewer rave: "I positively love the Eileen Fisher organic cotton dresses! They are classic designs, and are so comfortable and cool in my desert climate. Simply wash on the gentle cycle, hang up, and not a wrinkle appears. Perfect for traveling. My only wish is that the dress had pockets." —Cookie mom

Perfect Travel Pants
Garnet Hill

Garnet Hill: What to Buy for Women

Perfect Travel Pants
$89
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Dread that next long-haul flight a little less with these travel-ready pants that have a flattering wide waistband and the perfect amount of slouch. The soft French terry is moisture-wicking and comfortable enough for those awkward airborne naps.


Reviewer rave: "Besides being the most comfortable travel pants ever (20 hours on a train are proof of that) these pants launder beautifully. ... I rolled these up in my suitcase and the wrinkles shook right out when I put them on. Oh — and they have nice deep pockets too. I can't say enough good things about them." —Nancy407

Orvis Store
Orvis Store by Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (CC BY-ND)

Orvis

Another standout outfitter, Orvis has been in business since the 1850s, when it first started selling fly-fishing equipment in Vermont. While anglers, hunters, and others with niche outdoor pursuits can still find their gear here, the brand has expanded into casual, classic clothes like sweaters, fleece, T-shirts and vests; frequent jet-setters will find some travel duds here, too. Best of all, anything you buy from Orvis is backed by its “Great Catch Guarantee,” and you can return it anytime.

Women's Pack-and-Go Vest
The Orvis Company, Inc.

Orvis: What to Buy for Women

Pack-and-Go Vest

$119

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It's hard to beat a vest for those in-between weather days, and the quick-drying, wind-resistant fabric on this one makes it adventure-ready. It packs down into an included stuff sack and even has a built-in glasses cleaner.


Reviewer rave: “It's a staple for me. I got it when it was on sale and ended up getting a second one in black. This is a great wrinkle free vest with a lot of zipped hidden pockets and an extra layer of warmth when zipped up. Great for travel, walks, tours, carrying your phones, glasses, wallets etc, and when you don't want to carry a handbag or wear a jacket.” —Tisha81

Men's Outdoor Quilted Snap Sweatshirt
The Orvis Company, Inc.

Orvis: What to Buy for Men

Outdoor Quilted Snap Sweatshirt
$89-$109
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This uber-popular sweatshirt might feel like wearing your favorite blanket, but it will sure look a lot more stylish. Made from two jersey layers filled with additional polyester insulation, it’s plenty cozy, and contrasting trim adds interest.


Reviewer rave: "This is so soft and cozy. My husband was super surprised that I got him an Orvis branded shirt ... and was thrilled. I’m more of a shopper than outdoorsman and bought this over the Patagonia quilted pullover. I liked the style. Husband loved the quality of Orvis" —MelissaMc

Duluth Trading Co.
Duluth Trading Co. by Tony Webster (CC BY-SA)

Duluth Trading Co.

You might know Duluth Trading Co. from zany ads hawking its bestselling Dang Soft and Buck Naked underwear, but there's more to this Minnesota-bred outfitter than comfortable skivvies. While the clothing you'll get here has a Northwoods bent, most pieces are thoughtfully designed for the way real people move, sweat, and play: for instance, tank tops that won’t ride up, and pants with articulated knees that make it easier to move. Duluth's "No Bull Guarantee" allows returns for most reasons for a year; after that, returns for manufacturing or design defects are still accepted.

Women’s NoGA Stretch Slim Leg Pants
Duluth Trading Co.

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NoGA Stretch Slim Leg Pants
$65
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Whether you’re going to yoga class or the grocery store, devotees say these moisture-wicking pants will be the pair you just don’t want to take off at the end of the day. Made of a blend of nylon and spandex, they're form-fitting without being overly tight, and a wide waistband helps smooth out any bumps.


Reviewer rave: "Great Pants! Not too tight that they reveal all that you have but look great even with bigger thighs. Comfortable and neat looking. Doesn't look like you have your pajamas on, but comfortable like pajamas." —dd

Men's Longtail T Short Sleeve Shirt With Pocket
Duluth Trading Co.

Duluth Trading: What to Buy for Men

Longtail T-Shirt
$25
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Bending over doesn't have to give everyone a full rear view with this beloved 100% cotton T-shirt. Designed with 3 inches of extra length, it will keep you covered no matter how much crouching and kneeling is part of your day.


Reviewer rave: "Duluth products are great quality and priced right. I have never been disappointed with any Duluth purchases. My husband uses these for work shirts and even with frequent washings, these T-shirts last several years. They keep their color and their shape." —Momo4

Eddie Bauer

Eddie Bauer

Century-old Eddie Bauer manages to toe the line between serious outfitter and casual retailer. While clothes are made to hold up during outdoor adventures, they won’t look out of place even if you’re more likely to take a slow stroll through the grocery store than a long hike in the woods. Selection definitely skews casual, and purchases are returnable for a year, or beyond that if they are defective.

Women's Sun Valley Down Parka
Eddie Bauer LLC.

Eddie Bauer: What to Buy for Women

Sun Valley Down Parka

$150-$300

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This parka is a bestseller, likely because the down insulation is great for keeping you toasty without adding too much bulk. Rated to minus 30 degrees, it's also moisture-repellent and has a practical snap-off hood with a faux-fur lining. 


Reviewer rave: "Warmest coat ever for Canadian winters, and the length is perfect for keeping you extra warm while walking but not too long as to get dirty on slushy days. The quality is impeccable and can easily tell it will last for many years to come." —Britt

Men's Cloud Layer Pro 1/4-Zip Pullover
Eddie Bauer LLC.

Eddie Bauer: What to Buy for Men

Cloud Layer Pro 1/4-Zip Pullover

$53-$70

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Every man needs a sweatshirt that can pass as a sweater, and this anti-pill performance-fleece quarter-zip fits the bill. The stand-up collar helps keep your neck warm, and it's easy to toss in the washer and dryer.

Grease Point Workwear
Grease Point Workwear

Grease Point Workwear

Grease Point does exactly what its name implies, focusing on mostly made-to-order men's workwear (note that its lead time for made-to-order garments is around four weeks). This includes a line of pants (mostly in selvage denim, a type of denim that is considered superior in quality to regular denim for the way it is woven and finished) in a number of different fits. Based out of Portland, Oregon, Grease Point Workwear will also repair any damaged garments for shipping plus a "nominal" repair fee. 

Work Trouser - 14 oz Nihon Menpu Olive Drab Selvedge Denim
Grease Point Workwear

Grease Point Workwear: What to Buy for Men

Olive Work Trouser

$329 

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Yes, it's for work, but it has a relaxed fit that can easily transition to other places. Grease Point Workwear's work trousers feature reinforced knee panels, front and back pockets, and are made from a preshrunk selvage denim. The retailer also offers outerwear, button-down shirts, shorts, tees, and accessories. 

Everlane Store
Everlane

Everlane

While Everlane's pledge to bring "radical transparency" to the apparel business is part of the reason it has found loyal buyers in millennials, the brand's array of modern basics have ageless appeal. Think simply cut sweaters, timeless denim jackets, chino shorts, and cropped pants, all in neutrals or muted hues. Shop during its "Choose What You Pay" sales and, yes, you can choose between three discounted prices, each explaining exactly what the money covers, from basic product development to office overhead. Purchases are returnable for 60 days, but items from its Uniform line are backed by a 365-day guarantee.

Cashmere Square Turtleneck
Everlane

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Cashmere Square Turtleneck
$117-$195
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Every woman should own at least one cashmere sweater, and this one has all the hallmarks of a wardrobe staple with an easy fit and a classic turtleneck. It also comes in a half-dozen colors, and owners rave that the quality is top-notch, especially for the price.


Reviewer rave: "I love the cut of this top, it sways away from the body but not so boxy that it feels bulky. I think it has a feminine and timeless feel to it, I love the cuff detail, I’ll wear this forever.” —Markee

Men’s Slim Fit Jean
Everlane

Everlane: What to Buy for Men

Slim Fit Jean
$78
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Skinny jeans might not be your thing, but every guy can use some slim-fit denim for date nights or dressy-casual events. This pair, available in five washes, has just enough stretch to keep things comfortable without looking sloppy.


Reviewer rave: "This pair of jeans fits as if it were made to specifically fit my body. While I've never been a fan of stretch in my clothing, particularly jeans, I find these to have just the right feel. The denim has a good weight to it — not thin like a lot of fast fashion that will disintegrate after a few washes, and not bulky and heavy like frumpy jeans to be worn while laying railroad." —Otterwhere

Patagonia Store
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Patagonia

Our list isn't short on outfitters, but none have achieved the cross-generational appeal of Patagonia, a label that shows up on college kids scrambling to class as often as it does as outdoorsy 60-somethings. The eco-conscious brand is equally adept at dressing mountain climbers as it is regular people who just want casual clothes that will hold up to extended wear, and while there are certainly cheaper places to bolster your wardrobe, most don’t have Patagonia’s "Ironclad Guarantee." If any clothes don’t live up to your expectations, they can be returned at any time; minor issues arising from normal wear and tear are often fixed for free.

Women’s Better Sweater Fleece
Patagonia, Inc.

Patagonia: What to Buy for Women

Better Sweater Fleece
$119
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One of Patagonia's most beloved items, the Better Sweater is made from 100% recycled knit fleece that will stop any chilly breeze in its tracks. It has flattering princess seams, micropolyester jersey trim, and a practical zippered security pocket on the sleeve.


Reviewer rave: "This is my ideal quarter zip — I basically live in it anytime it's below 60 degrees. Honestly my plan right now is to buy one per paycheck until I have every color." —Grace F.

Nano Puff Jacket
Patagonia, Inc.

Patagonia: What to Buy for Men

Nano Puff Jacket 
$199 
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Stay warm without added bulk in this lightweight, go-anywhere coat, which has synthetic insulation that compresses and packs easily. The outer shell is windproof and water-repellant, and the quilting keeps the coat's insulation exactly where it needs to be for maximum warmth.


Reviewer rave: “This is simply the best jacket I have ever owned! High performance under a wide range of circumstances. Warm when needed, breathes when needed, excellent wind barrier, and also a good moisture barrier. Packs into a very convenient size built-in carrier.” —Jason

Noragi Jacket, Akashi-Kama
Akashi-Kama

Akashi-Kama

Inspired and designed by Asian Americans but "created for everyone," Akashi-Kama is a brand that sells knitwear, hoodies, caps, tees, and more on its site (there are currently no brick-and-mortar stores). All of its pieces are made in America with an eye toward "supreme quality." 


Akashi-Kama Noragi Jacket - Technical Hibiki
Akashi-Kama

Akashi-Kama: What to Buy for Men & Women

Noragi Jacket

$139-$149

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One of Akashi-Kama's signature pieces is inspired by the Noragi jacket, a Japanese "workwear silhouette" that rivals the hoodie in its classic coolness. Like almost if not all of its apparel, it's a unisex piece that can be worn by men and women alike.


Battenwear's Packable Anorak in Orange
Battenwear

Battenwear

Looking for well-made outdoor gear that easily transitions to streetwear? This is what 2011-founded Battenwear specializes in. The made-in-America company has an office and showroom in New York's garment district and a design studio in Topanga Canyon, California. 

Battenwear Packable Anoraks
Battenwear

Battenwear: What to Buy for Men and Women

Packable Anorak by Engineered Garments

$310-$330

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While originally launched as a menswear brand, Battenwear notes that many of its designs are unisex. We especially love this 10th-anniversary spring/summer collection garment, which features side pockets, a mesh zip kangaroo front pocket (which you can pack the anorak into), and an adjustable brimmed hood. It comes in both tie-dye (linked above) and leopard

Brooklyn Tailors BKT50 Tailored Jacket & Trousers
Brooklyn Tailors

Brooklyn Tailors

Founded in 2007, Brooklyn Tailors started out making custom suits and has expanded its menswear repertoire to include a broader line of apparel, accessories, shoes, and more. It also carries a number of other brands' clothing, but all with the same intent: Offering "pieces that are made by hand the old-school way, from the world's best fabrics."

Brooklyn Tailors BKT14 Relaxed Casual Shirt In Cotton / Wool Crepe
Brooklyn Tailors

Brooklyn Tailors: What to Buy for Men

BKT14 Relaxed Casual Shirt

$95

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We love the look of this cotton-wool crepe blend shirt which the brand promises is "not too slim, and not too loose." It's pictured here in ink, but comes in black and brush colors, too. 

Ginew Wax Rider Coat in Brown with Facing East Lining
Ginew

Ginew

Ginew notes it is the "only Native American-owned denim line," but it offers much more than that. Run by a husband-and-wife team from Wisconsin and based out of Portland, Oregon, Ginew also offers largely unisex leather goods, coats, bandanas, jewelry, and more, all imbued with the spirit of America's indigenous community. In response to the question, "Am I able to wear Ginew if I am not Native American," the brand responds with an enthusiastic: "Absolutely!" 

Ginew Michigan Chino in Khaki
Ginew

Ginew: What to Buy for Men

Michigan Chino

$224

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Available in khaki and green, Ginew's characterizes its regular-rise chino pants as "your new go-to pant for all occasions." Made of 100% cotton twill, it features five pockets, a slightly tapered leg, and pocket details that "explore contemporary and traditional designs from our Tribes and relationship with Michigami."

FACING EAST FLYER'S JACKET BY GINEW + DEHEN
Ginew

Ginew: What to Buy for Women

Facing East Flyer’s Jacket by Ginew + Dehen

$895

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We love the idea of wearing this wool and cotton jacket with orange satin lining in the fall. Ginew partnered with designer Dyani White Hawk and Pendleton to make this statement piece. Bonus: 20% of retail sales on this jacket will go to support "access for youth and community members to the skatepark on the Warm Springs Reservation in Central Oregon." 

Knickerbocker flagship store interior
Knickerbocker

Knickerbocker

Another brand launched about a decade ago, Knickerbocker's products "modern utility with lasting quality and timeless design." Based out of New York City, the brand offers menswear (though some of its apparel and accessories could be considered unisex) including clothing, shoes, hats, home goods, and more. 


Knickerbocker Bulldog Cotton Sweater
Knickerbocker

Knickerbocker: What to Buy for Men

Bulldog Cotton Sweater

$195

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We love the vintage collegiate vibe of this piece, which features a jacquard knit made of 100% pre-shrunk cotton.