When asked to develop a rugged, field-grade work shirt by the oldest land trust in the world, we arrived here. The entire shirt is made of our exclusive ChainMail cloth, to which we top-stitch DryHandle patched for reinforcement, waterproofing and stain-resistance at the collar (inside and out), shoulders, elbows, forearms and pocket flaps. The gusseted, action-back design with stretchy, rib-knit cotton lets you move around. Sleeve gauntlets and side seams are secured with rugged box-stitched reinforcements. Two pleated chest pockets, covered with hook and loop closing flaps.
AR University Polo Shirt
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Welcome to Atlantic Rancher University…89 Front Street Campus. No fancy-schmacy curriculum here, just bite-size lessons from days on the water…experiences you never forget and leave you smart forever. Like petting one of those pretty colored, jelly-textured things in the water…or crossing the Gulfstream to Bimini with even the slightest hint of a Northeast breeze…overstaying your time on the sandbar on a falling tide…or trying to wire a Blue Marlin when he’s not ready. Through the ages, men and women alike have graduated from this school with enough smartness to last a lifetime. And for those that have (or plan to), we offer the AR University Polo Shirt. Tough, 100% ring-spun cotton. Made even tougher with DryHandle reinforcement, on the left sleeve, collar, and back. Ventilated underarm gussets. Heavy-duty cotton twill tape trims the shirttail seams and the inside of the front button placket. Embroidered, university call letters and logo, embroidered patch on left sleeve. And, since women get smart quicker than us, we’ve gone heavy on size medium.
North Atlantic Fleece Polo and Fleece Pant
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Here to Halifax
Whether you’re part of the on-board crew or driving I-95 north from Marblehead to be at the finish line, the Halifax Race is a time to be dressing for warmth and for comfort…’cause July in this part of the country can be a jackpot of weather and it’s never a sure bet who will arrive first, the cars or the boats. Either way, dressing in layers is preferred by most and when the emphasis is on lightweight, warmth and comfort, our North Atlantic Fleece Polo and Fleece Pant is the system to have. Polartec 100 the durable and lightweight fleece known for its warmth and ease of wear is the core ingredient in our North Atlantic Polo. To add to its durability, we’ve placed reinforcement patches of durable, supple nylon at the collar, shoulders, and elbows. The snap closure front makes this a versatile garment you can wear as an outer shell and just as easily as the main layering under our exclusive DryHandle coats. Large chest pocket with button snap flap closure, elasticized cuff, and elasticized drawstring string waist…make this an unusual find among the fleet of fleece in the world today.Our North Atlantic Fleece Pant is the one to have…over your shorts and under your bibies (they’re also the best Saturday morning pajamas we know of). Light, airy and cut for lots of room everywhere makes them comfortable and the Polartec 100 fleece keeps you warm when that perfect Indian Summer day is suddenly interrupted by a NOAA weather radio service waning: a full-gale warning is in effect from Buzzards Bay north to the Hauge Line. Elasticized waist and cuffs keep them comfortably in place…even at times like this when it becomes a challenge keeping anything in place. Ehh, hemm.
Bayman’s Cotton Plaid Shirt
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This is the shirt Pop-Pop loved
“Most knew him as ‘Piney’. We called him that ‘cause he grew up in Lumberton, right there on the edge of the Pine Barrens. His first real job was driving a school bus. He got awful smart driving that bus, he did, ‘cause by the time he went on, he’d built the largest law firm in southern Jersey. Wintertime, he’d spend at Diz’s shack on them broadbills or over at Forty-acre Pond sittin’ for black ducks. Summertime, he’d leave Mt. Holly by four o’clock. By quart past five, he’d be in his boat headin’ down the bay… half-dressed and shirttail a flyin’… loved fishing that whitewater, he did. No matter what, he usually had his twin grandsons ‘long side… they called him Pop-Pop”
- Harold T. “Piney” Parker as recalled by Jack Scheimreif, Beach Haven, NJ.
DETAILS. This is the shirt Pop-Pop loved. Two large chest pockets with button-through flaps. Modified point collar. Lots of room all around. Super soft 100% cotton two-ply thread. Machine wash. Imported.
AR Crew Shirt
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Every now n’then you want to get your hands around your crew, quickly. Example: when the dinner bill for your party of eighteen lands in your lap and all you see is elbows and sneaker soles headin' for the door.
To our eye, this is the finest, most durable and substantial cotton knit shirt available anywhere. Rugged and a bit salty as we don’t do “soft and cuddly.” We started from scratch with 100% ring-spun, long-staple cotton: each thread is passed through a ring of fire to burn off those annoying little boog'rs that you find to take on a life of their own and ruin most ordinary cotton shirts. We put in a double neck yoke, an exceptional collar, and a full-size chest pocket.
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The Prince of Tides
On good days and bad, on starry nights and on ones that ain’t so much, the tide comes on. When a full moon conspires with a nor’ east blow…now that’s a Prince of a tide…comes so high it’ll float your garvey right down Bay Avenue and anything else that’s not strapped down. No matter what, it’s only got about six hours to do it’s thing, start to finish. Then, sure as the tide itself, it starts back out again. Few things I know of that you can trust like the tide.”
Uncle Jack Sheimreif, Beach Haven, New Jersey.
We’re with Uncle Jack…things in life that you can count on with as much conviction as the tide are few and far between. And when you run across something that gains your trust and confidence that’s what you want to hold onto.
The Atlantic Rancher chamois shirt, we think, qualifies. It’s tightly woven, 100% cotton fabric is the key. Baby-soft to the touch and a smooth “nap” surface that tracks like suede when brushed. So tightly woven and so hardy that the commodity store standby chamois verges on cheesecloth by comparison. Wide-cut, with double box pleats in back to gather the fit and provide extra comfort and range of movement. The collar lays flat and civilized or stands tall and protects the back of your neck when the wind guns down the channel. Two generous bellows chest pockets, with button flaps. Plenty-long shirttail.