The Original Blue Collar

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The phrase “blue collar” was born in the ‘20s after the working class started sporting durable denim and chambray workshirts as part of their uniform (likely in addition to an italicized name patch reading “Walter” or “Otis”). Fast forward nearly a century, these shirts are as hardworking as ever, built with more tailored fits and thoughtful details that make ‘em just as good for manual labor as a night on the town. After slipping one on, you’ll immediately want to roll up your sleeves—whether it’s to tinker in your workshop or to raise a few beers is entirely up to you. SHOP NOW

The maximum wading depth for the average car is six to eight inches. For a Defender it’s about 20 inches—near the top of the tire.

📍Thórsmörk, Iceland     📷@jameslloydcole

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