Untucked Workwear's Dynamic Commuter Apparel
For any city commute via bus, metro, bike or skateboard, men can find a plethora of workwear options readily available. Locating functional and stylish items for women can pose more of a challenge. Thus, designer Colleen Monroe has created Untucked...
Interview: Alex McCrery and Jenny Goodman of Tilit NYC
For the past four years, husband-and-wife duo Alex McCrery and Jenny Goodman have been quietly stitching together what seems destined to become a future classic among American heritage brands. Tilit—short for utility—is their take on modern workwear...
Double Knee Work Pants
A grand slam in workwear, 1620's Double Knee pants are as crazy tough as they are modern in fit. The slimming design features Tweave® Durastrech® fabric in a full military-spec construction, which means they’re kitted out with nine pockets, a gusseted...
Patta + Carhartt WIP Capsule Collection
This year marks a decade since Dutch streetwear emporium Patta first opened its doors in Amsterdam. Timed perfectly to celebrate the anniversary, the company recently teamed up with fellow streetwear heavy hitter, Carhartt Work in Progress—the more...
Face any polar vortex head on with Filson’s heavy-duty Clip Coat, featuring a windproof storm flap, virgin wool lining and brass fireman clips so you don’t have to use numb fingers to fumble for your zipper.
Harper Chore Coat
Leave it to Billy Reid to bring the classic work coat to high fashion, but preserve a durable, practical look. The Harper Chore Coat is water-resistant, with a quietly striped exterior in a wool, cotton and water-resistant synethic blend, and plaid...
Gamine Co. Dungarees
Horticulturist Taylor Johnston couldn't find sensible work clothes she wanted to wear, so she started Gamine Workwear for women. The Dungarees follow the line's commitment to good, durable gear that is tailored to fit the female form.
Gamine Co. Workwear Jeans for Women
While there's been a boom in the raw selvedge denim market recently, there are still very limited style options for women—particularly those whose jobs ask a lot of their jeans. When Taylor Johnston, a horticulturist at New England's treasured Isabella...
Carrier Company V Neck Smock
For the artist, woodworker, fisherman, gardener—even sailor—the smock has been an essential over-garment to protect clothes from the elements. When Norfolk, England-based Tina Guillory, a skilled gardener (and whose daughter Sienna Guillory is the...
Bridge & Burn + OMFGCO Workwear
Fritz Mesenbrink and Jeremy Pelley of Portland, Oregon's prominent design agency, The Official Manufacturing Company, had a problem. Two of the city's most prominent creative makers, they were both too tall and lanky to fit into standard studio...
Moore & Giles Leather Work Apron
Venerable leather goods purveyor Moore & Giles sources the finest hides from around the world to find the perfect fit for each product. For their latest release, a leather work apron, Moore & Giles worked with two types of vegetable-tanned leather...
HHI and Dunderdon
Driven by a strong American work ethic and an eye for perfectly minimalist machinery, Hammarhead Industries first drew attention for their vintage-inspired custom motorcycles soon after their 2010 launch. Now hot on the heels of the recently released...
Ampersand Gallery and Dunderdon
The seemingly surprising collaboration between Portland's Ampersand Gallery and Swedish workwear company Dunderdon came about in a wholly organic fashion. Les Szabo, a long-time Portland resident and the owner of Dunderdon USA, walked into Ampersand...
When searching for rugged footwear, we've always turned to tried and true brands that have passed the test of time to see us through fall and beyond. Turning to companies that provide loggers, soldiers, hikers and other hard-workers with dependable...