Wednesday, December 30, 2015



Any Manhattan subway rider-around 3PM---will notice the influx of construction attire- wearing fellow they leave their work shifts and head home....realistically, the Big Apple will be a truly great city when it's finally built...

ALSO noticeable-the ubiquitous  rugged work wear label- Carhartt -even by those with the most outdoor physical labor task  = climbing up/down subway steps and dodging the tourists clogging the sidewalks,

insulated core, plenty of zip pockets, center zip cage, cozy wear anywhere multi-tasker-impervious to cold/wet weather 
One reason-this kind of apparel sells =classics, easy to maintain, last for years, and impart a bit of cave-dwelling swagger missing from a lot of modern lives.

Multi-tasking durable separates from growing outdoors label Wallsowned by Williamson - Dickie-featuring super tough Kevlar® fibers, Dry IQ™ water repellent finishes--- and staple Wrangler's RIGGS Workwear-recently that niche in any wardrobe...

Bonus points-future viewing of selfies won't conjure up cringes of "what the heck is that I'm wearing...?"

Vintage Duck Shirt Jacket-w/ 2 interior patch pockets- security closures, 2 front patch + 2 welt pockets- bartacks at pocket openings, bi-swing back  for ease of movement and an interior media loop along with a snap placket cuff. 10 oz. 100% Cotton Sanded Duck with Polyester Buffalo printed plaid Fleece lining

matching pants-

WRANGLER RIGGS WORKWEAR Ripstop bib overall $59-

WRANGLER RIGGS Workwear Long Sleeve Henley $22