Made to honor the company's 125th anniversary, the new line of Hamilton 1883 Shirts ($165-$185) combines the best of the old with a taste of the new. Built of the company's bespoke tradition, these recreations of six of the company's most classic designs — including the long-sleeve oxford, utility, western, and white collar, as well as the classic short sleeve and pullover — are tailored with a slimmer cut to better compliment modern attire, and come pre-washed and ready-to-wear. They may be expensive, but if they last one-fifth as long as the company has, they're still quite a value.
Support your favorite Viking while paying homage to past gridiron glory with Nike Tradition Defined Jerseys ($80). Available for Brett Favre in the form of his black #4 Southern Mississippi jersey, or for Adrian Peterson and his red #28 Oklahoma uniform, these throwback jerseys feature tackle twill name and number applications, a woven jocktag at the front hem line, and old-school Nike emblems on the front chest. Amazing.
We're big fans of donning a hoodie when flying, and the Burton Sleeper Hoodie ($100) was made for exactly that. It features a dedicated pocket with a headphone cable port for your media player of choice, an internal passport and ticket pocket, mesh lining, and an integrated/removable inflatable neck pillow for those long cross-country flights.
Every man needs a simple, classic, wear-with-anything white button-down, and the Gitman Brothers Vintage Oxford ($121) is one of the best we've seen. With a fit and details influenced by 70s and 80s styles, this shirt features a 100% cotton build, a V-stitch pocket, a narrow split yolk, and a back collar button down. In addition, it arrives pre-washed to its true size, so you don't have to worry about it shrinking up the first time you clean it.