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  • $89.00
    At home or on the road, this heavyweight 100% organic cotton flannel shirt offers rugged warmth in cooler weather.
  • $79.00
    An iconic long-sleeved shirt made of exceptionally fine yarn-dyed 100% organic pima cotton.
  • $169.00
    This heavyweight 100% organic cotton flannel jacket insulated with 60-g Thermogreen® 100% polyester (90% recycled) makes a great overshirt when the temperatures drop.
  • $79.00
    A lighter-weight version of our classic Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel, this trusty organic cotton midweight flannel keeps you looking presentable whether you’re meeting the higher-ups or just hitting après at the GLC.
  • $79.00
    A soft and travel-tested 100% organic cotton shirt with a slim-fitting profile that offers trusty comfort for long meetings with the boss—and even longer afternoons in train stations and departure terminals.
  • $99.00
    At home in the shed or the shop, this workwear-inspired shirt is built in four durable fabrics—organic cotton rustic dobby; organic cotton denim; organic cotton corduroy; and a recycled wool, polyester, nylon blend. Fair Trade Certified™ sewing.
  • $69.00
    A comfortable, easy-care, short-sleeved shirt made with a 60% organic cotton/40% recycled polyester plain weave.
  • $69.00
    A cool-wearing, classic, long-sleeved, button-front shirt made with a light and breathable 70% organic cotton/30% recycled polyester plain-weave fabric.
  • $79.00
    This versatile long-sleeved travel shirt is made of lightweight, fast-drying polyester ripstop with 30-UPF sun protection.
  • $69.00
    This airy, yarn-dyed, short-sleeved shirt is made of a lightweight 55% hemp/45% organic cotton fabric for cool-wearing comfort in warm weather.
  • $89.00
    A superlight, long-sleeved fishing and travel shirt in an easy-care 60% organic cotton/40% recycled polyester blend.
  • $89.00
    A soft and travel-tested 100% organic cotton cord shirt with a slim-fitting profile that offers trusty comfort for long meetings with the boss—and even longer afternoons in bus stations and departure terminals.