Declaration Clothing With a Great Shirt for a Great Cause

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April 23, 2013 4:30 PM by Wade Blogs

Declaration ClothingFounded in 2009 in Boston by college roommates Kenn LoBianco and Joe Klepacki, Declaration Clothing embodies the principles of the time-honored American ethos through its distinctive collection of fine wares and impeccable goods. Inspired by the unmistakable bravado of our forefathers, each and every garment emphasizes the American virtues of simplicity and versatility – with understated elegance. The brand not only chronicles the historically rich epoch of the American Revolution, but rekindles the Spirit of ’76. Breathing new life into our nation’s storied past, Declaration’s latest offerings of knits and handmade goods tastefully combine old-world aesthetics with new-world swagger, reviving the modern-day patriot in all of us.

This is a great way to give back to your community and showcase your pride for America. I normally am weary of the brands I don’t know very well that pull the charity card but I am going with my gut and good faith right now. These guys spent some of their best years in Boston and love America so much that they started a company here that makes goods here. Creating jobs and giving back to their nation.

They look kinda petite for men who are rather on the larger size but fuck it. It’s not about the comfort it is about the principle of giving back and raising awareness.

God Bless America.

Visit Declaration Clothing by clicking here.

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