America and England Teamed Up on This Waxed Cotton Camp Shirt, Now 40% Off

Fabric from the U.K. Made in the U.S.A.

America and England Teamed Up on This Waxed Cotton Camp Shirt, Now 40% Off
By Alex Lauer / November 28, 2018 9:00 am

The resurgence of “made-in-America” heritage garments has been a tricky business. On one side, you have legacy brands like Faribault Woolen Mill Company getting a second chance at life. On the other, you have subpar goods hidden under a misguided sense of patriotism.

That’s why Flint and Tinder’s Staywax Camp Shirts (currently 40% off) are so heartening. You know the company as Huckberry’s house brand specializing in made-in-America menswear (these particular shirts are cut, sewn and finished in Los Angeles). But instead of sourcing fabric from the States simply to keep it all in the family, their dedication to create a top-notch layer led them to British Millerain Co. — a U.K. textile manufacturer that dates back to 1880 and is credited as the originator of waxed cotton in outerwear.

So head on over to Huckberry and pick up one of these waxed-cotton camp shirt for just $100 (down from $168) in tan, grey or olive. Or go ahead and get all three. These won’t last, as some sizes are already selling out.

All photos via Huckberry

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