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Supporting American-made companies is a noble cause—but not always in the budget. Often, even getting one piece from brands like Filson or Levi's Vintage Clothing can set you back hundreds of dollars. Perhaps that's why the recently opened web shop Hank caught this shopper's eye. Working with a handful of respectable manufacturers from around the United States, they created a collection of collaborative pieces focused on simplicity, timelessness and outstanding quality. In addition to easily affordable goods like socks from Two Feet Ahead and bright notebooks from Field Notes, there are some great wardrobe staples that can be picked up for under $100. While hardy jeans from Rogue Territory will set you back $210 and custom-fit shirts from Individualized run at $109, we found some surprisingly versatile wardrobe staples like sweatshirts and chore coats at prices we couldn't believe. Here are a few of our recent impulse purchases.


Crewneck sweatshirt,
$79 by Columbiaknit


Five-panel cap,
$49 by Ebbets Field Flannels


Chore coat,
$85 by Pointer Brand


Cigar box sampler,
$45 by Portland General Store


Published on

April 15, 2013

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