The New Wave of Outdoor Fashion
Clothing that’s purpose-built for serious outdoor activities has been migrating to the city for several years now.
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Clothing that’s purpose-built for serious outdoor activities has been migrating to the city for several years now. What’s changed? The cut. Classic American brands like Filson and L.L.Bean now make the exact same clothes your grand-father wore, but with an updated, streamlined fit that looks of the moment.
On Scott (featured): Aberdeen vest by Remington 1816 ($125); Earthkeepers Plaid Allen-dale shirt by Timberland ($78); 511 Slim Fit jeans by Levi’s ($58); Waxed Canvas Maine Hunting shoes by L.L.Bean ($139); Watts sunglasses by Electric ($100)
On Matt (below): Greenland No. 1 Special Edition jacket by Fjällräven ($250); Tweed vest ($295), Red and Navy Flannel shirt ($125), and Slim Fit jeans by Polo Ralph Lauren ($125); Desert Mali boots by Clarks ($140); Briefcase bag by Filson ($300); M8 Rivoli bike by Public ($1,495)