When you've spent years learning what someone likes, you know just how to get their heart racing, and that's what being a stalker is all about. Of course, it's what being a curator of sick dude clothes is about, too, which's why our bros at JT have channeled their unique insights into what men want (other than a hamburger stuffed with tiny hot pastrami sandwiches) into Goodale: an in-house Spring line of duds incorporating "functional elements inspired by them and their lifestyle". Without further ado, your first look at the goods:
Denim: Cut from 14oz raw selvage, the line's "main staple" comes in color options ranging from indigo to beige, is avail in slim-straight and skinny fits, and sports a leather patch for
your one-eyed pirate hanging keys.
Outerwear: There're lightweight, terry fleece, shawl neck "duffel coats"; hoodies rocking secure phone pockets w/ earbud slits; and brim-hooded light jackets cut from "micro gingham", supposedly easier to wrap your head around once you understand macro gingham.
Tops: Sheathe your torso in subtly striped henleys, chambray b-downs, or a red/white/blue tank, as nothing says "America!" like exposed arm flab.
Bottoms: Their five-pocket shorts keep things interesting with various twill or chambray colorways, but chillier temps can be handled with chambray-lined chinos that're designed to be rolled up, not that showing off your stalks is going to get anyone's heart racing.