Magazine article USA TODAY

You're the Boss When Outfitted in Duluth

Magazine article USA TODAY

You're the Boss When Outfitted in Duluth

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The Duluth Trading Company began in 1993 with the introduction of the Bucket Boss---a better way to transport tools to the jobsite. Since then, they've continued to solve the apparel problems of hardworking men and women with ingenious workwear that is both tough and functional.

The Men's Flapjack Flannel Shirt Jac ($64.50) offers twice the warming power thanks to the hearty eight-ounce 100% cotton flannel outside and 200-gram 100% polyester fleece on the inside. It uses snaps instead of buttons on the front, pockets, and cuffs, making it easier to put on and off, especially with freezing fingers. It offers a generous fit and has freedom of movement armpit gussets so you can reach without binding. Available in a variety of bold buffalo plaids.

The AWOL Bag ($249.50) is nearly identical to the nostalgic "AWOL" military leather bags. Made of rugged full-grain cowhide and richly oiled for suppleness, the bag boasts heavy-duty antique brass hardware and a YKK nylon zipper. …

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