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You’ll discover rustic American menswear ($130–$395) and unisex accessories ($50–$895) at this local brand’s first store. The company’s vintage sensibility is reflected in the modern trading-post aesthetic of the space, with original hardwood flooring, tin ceilings, handmade shelving, wood-paneled dressing rooms and moose antlers adorning the walls. Guys can up their style game with tailored twill blazers ($395), chambray work shirts ($155), plaid button-ups ($135) and raw-denim jeans ($195). Men and women alike will want to pick up waxed-cotton canvas briefcases ($295), classic canvas messenger bags ($295), and larger overnight styles ($465) with side zippered pockets and removable shoulder straps. Brightly colored utility totes ($195) and mailer-envelope-style, waxed-canvas iPad sleeves ($90) are perfect for day trips.