Iron & Resin makes apparel and accessories for dudes who want to ride into the storm, and who want the clothes on their back to come out the other side as unscathed as they are. For dudes who expect to spend the day casting lines and riding open roads buttoned in and zipped up in gear as comfortable as it is tough. As refined as it is rugged.
Iron & Resin was born and raised in a blue-collar beach town in Southern California. Today, all I&R clothing, headwear, and footwear is still designed and manufactured close to home. The group of buddies who started the line note that, "When we manufacture in the USA, not only are we avoiding the environmental impact of transporting goods across the sea, we're also investing in our local communities."
The Iron & Resin collection includes everything from tees and button-ups to jeans and canvas work pants, to winter sweaters and summer board shorts. Items are hand built and built to last - and if they don't, if any Iron & Resin product you buy splits, pops, or otherwise takes a hit, you can send it back to the company for repair. If they can't fix it, they'll replace it.
Iron & Resin applies mid-range pricing to a pretty comprehensive wardrobe whose value they believe will far outweigh its cost. Some examples include the custom I&R yarn dye plaid Benchmark button-up shown in the image above ($95), the ultra durable Enduro jeans ($150), the Durango Henley ($99), and the cotton corduroy, Sherpa-collared Open Road Coat ($170). Click here to check these items, and hundreds more in the Iron & Resin online store.
And click here to check out the highly-Dude-approved Iron & Resin Pendleton cardigan.