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These remarkable tees come with a pretty bad ass story to match. “Barking Irons” comes from a 19th century slang term for pistols, that was created by gangs of youths that haunted New York’s infamous Bowery. The Bowery, where Barking Irons showroom is located, was the birthplace of a multitude of American art forms such as tap-dancing, freak shows, and vaudeville. Barking Irons’ prints resurrect the strange and splendorous ethos of the era and presents them in a perfect blend of vintage modern.

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Flint & Tinder has always been one of our favorites because they make updated, high-quality American staples–without being fussy, over-designed or bearing a huge price tag. Our latest favorite? This Flannel-Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket. With classical trucker jacket styling and a flannel-lining for warmth, this Made in the USA trucker jacket is best in class. In addition to Martexin 7oz sailcloth exterior in eight different color options, you get fully-lined body / sleeves, interior media pocket, button-flap chest pocket, 2 welt hand pockets, and finishing like F & T antique metal buttons and a modern fit. Get yours today at Huckberry