Wear This: Catching a Game at the Bar

Wear This: Catching a Game at the Bar

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Whether you’re hitting the bar to catch all the games on Sunday or just stopping by for a pint with friends on Monday night, sporting events and your local pub go hand-in-hand. This isn’t the time for a stuffy business suit or a pair of $300 Italian loafers, you want to be comfortable and casual. Here’s what we’d recommend for catching a game at the bar.

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  • Homage Dartmouth Go Big Green – $28
  • Timberland Earthkeepers® Tremont Chelsea Boot – Link
  • “You Pay” Bottle Opener Keychain – $28
  • Timberland Earthkeepers® Abington Leather Field Coat – Link
  • Alternative Apparel Cap – $14
  • UB201 Tapered Fit Indigo Selvedge – $82
  • Topo Designs Web Belt – $42
  • Timberland Campton Multifunctional Watch – Link
  • Joshu+Vela Brown Keychain – $30

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