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The new Spring collection from locally (and ethically) made brand Tradlands will make you want to pack a few (okay, all) the button-up shirts into a duffel and hit the road. It's really no coincidence: this line was inspired by the Tradlands team's travels across the States, with stops in Yosemite, Yellowstone, and the Badlands. Prices for the shirts are $127 for short sleeves and $147 for the long. But it's really the Explorer Package ($450) that you'll want especially because it takes almost $200 off a package of four. Like founder Sadie Robert says to us, "[These] shirts are light enough to pack for a camping trip and polished enough to wear to the office, they can be a clever wardrobe piece." So buy many, wear often, and make time for frequent travels, both near and far, with your Tradlands in tow.
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