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Patagonia might be most well known for their outdoor activewear, but the new line of workwear they just launched is sure to be a hit for those of you looking for an alternative to Carhartt. The new workwear collection includes pants, a shirt and a jacket for both men and women that are designed and built to stand up to everything you might encounter on a tough day at the office—even if your office is a forest where you’re collecting wood to build a giant table. This do anything, go anywhere durability comes from a focus on movement and abrasion that led Patagonia to use a blend of industrial hemp, recycled polyester and organic cotton that’s woven tightly but doesn’t require break-in before it fits exactly the way you want it to. In addition to being built to be 25% more abrasion resistant than conventional cotton duck canvas, special attention was paid to pocket placement and the way each piece of clothing moves while you’re wearing it. Patagonia’s Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Ranch Jacket, Double Knee Pants and Farrier’s Shirt are available from Patagonia online or in select stores.

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