Two historic American manufacturers celebrate their logging roots with an iconic collection. Woolrich and Danner recently collaborated releasing garments from boots to scarfs. But what stands out is this “Old Growth” shirt, a piece that would satisfy any lumberjack. Since we all don’t chop wood for a living, we’re pretty lucky that these look good enough to wear out of the woods. They’re essentially made to survive the most rugged forest conditions, so we’re pretty confident the gear will last on the city streets. This shirt was designed by using elements from Woolrich’s popular Alaskan Shirt. Made up of 85% wool and 15% nylon, it also features a sherpa-lined body and quilted nylon taffeta sleeves lined with 40 gram insulation. Visit the Woolrich website to cop these woodsman styles.