The original Danner Jag debuted in the '80s as a lightweight alternative to the classic, heavy-duty hiking boots. After a few years on the trail supporting external frame backpacks and complementing denim cut-offs, the Jag was retired. Now 30 years later, Danner is reintroducing the Jag as a more versatile version of its former self. It’s comfortable both on the trail and around town, and incorporates durable, lightweight materials, a cushioning EVA midsole, and a new waffle outsole that adapts to a wide variety of terrain.
The New England Shirt Co. factory has handcrafted dress and sport shirts since 1933, making it the oldest operating ready-to-wear shirt manufacturer in America. All garments are handmade using single-needle precision, and feature a split yoke for ease of shoulder movement and rear side pleats for unmatched comfort.