It can be galling to receive sideways compliments, especially that you're almost as good as Million Dollar Baby. For a gear line that'd try to make losing to Hilary Swank seem like a good thing, Goodenough JP.
This not-quite-flatteringly named line of head-to-gam guy garments is super-rare in the US, and is one of Japan's earliest streetwear brands; it was started 20yrs ago in the back alley portion of Tokyo's famed Harajuku district by a designer/musician who's since collaborated with Nike, and scored a role in Lost in Translation, but probably didn't even earn enough to pay a bill (Murray), let alone two. More-than-good-enough-for-you gear options include:
Bowling Shirt: This lightweight 100% cotton flannel number, in a suitably bowling-esque red/blue plaid, boasts zippered sleeve openings, an embroidered logo across the back, and stretch jersey inserts for "added articulation", which Bobcat Goldthwait's parents forgot to check off when the stork delivered their baby.
Everything Tee: A simple cotton short-sleever featuring a black multi-font graphic on the front (that suggests a profoundly non-judgmental attitude inspired the brand's name), and on the back a logo beneath a barcode, also a series of unwritten rules that include always tip your waitress...WITH MONEY!
Newsboy Cap: This snap-brimmed number comes in olive or black, rocks an embroidered logo on the back, and features a traditional style that'll make you look the part when you start the job it's named for, and then, after trying it for a few days, totally Bale.
GE will also sheath your legs in selvage denim (rigid black or factory-distressed indigo numbers), and offers a twist on the classic bandana with contrasting inset panels that make even your do-rag look positively...wait for it...Swank-y.