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Ball and Buck is more than just a retailer. This USA-made purveyor also develops its own product line for style and production conscious gents. The Dickies collaboration they put out late last year has all the signature character of the Boston-based outfitter, including small logo patches, orange stitching, and subtle camo additions to a trouser style ($198) and a military-grade twill shirt ($175). The collection was manufactured at a historic Dickies facility in Uvalde, Texas—a testament to the form and function of the heritage menswear brand. While the styles are built to withstand dirty work, we think city boys can also appreciate the craftsmanship of these boast-worthy wardrobe additions. Multiple colorways of both the chino and buttondown are still available.
· Dickies 1922 x Ball and Buck [Ball and Buck]
· Ball and Buck [Official Site]