From Issue Four of Gear Patrol Magazine.
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This is the land that invented the riveted denim jean. This is a land with a rich history in textile manufacturing, with the cotton and wool industries crisscrossing the country north to south, east to west. And this land and its fabrics and clothes, from heritage brands to the new guard of designers, display a deep-seated American ethos — that forthrightness and functionality are essential to good taste.

Gone Fishing Camp Shirt by Gitman Vintage $180
Five Pocket Island Shirt by Battenwear $225
Hurst Check Shirt by Hamilton Shirts 1883 $245

Camp Short by Taylor Stitch $68
Slim-Fit Cotton Twill Chinos by Freemans Sporting Club $200
Henley Denim Pants by Baldwin $225
1947 501 Jeans by Levi’s Vintage Clothing $260
Made in USA Center Hi by PF Flyers $150
1978 by New Balance $150

Henley T-Shirt in Dark Peach by Lady White $75
Pocket Tee by General Admission $45
Tie-Dyed Palm Tree Sweater by The Elder Statesman $1,650
Linear Armoire by Room & Board $4,299

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A version of this story appears in Gear Patrol Magazine: Issue Four, 320 pages of stories, reports, interviews and original photography across America. Now available. Subscribe Now: $39