Christian McCann knows a thing or two about blood, sweat and tears, and what it takes to go against the grain to build a little empire. McCann founded Left Field NYC in 1998, a time when American-made clothing was practically unheard of. McCann was inspired to integrate vintage styling and a dedication to quality, Stateside manufacturing, and produce clothing our grandfathers would be proud of. That meant a wide variety of relaxed silhouettes made with premium fabrics that would ultimately evolve into being a comprehensive menswear label.
Today, Left Field not only makes some of the most unique denim on the market, but can complete your look with hemp/organic cotton tees, work shirts made with Japanese Tartan Twill and 9oz chambray and throwback jackets, like the very wearable satin club car jackets, or the Commando Leather Jacket.
Perusing the jeans, we definitely have some favorites, and we can promise a pair of these will add a diverse new option to your closet. The Collect Mills Black Maria Charles Atlas Jean, $250, was inspired by a body builder in the 50s, hence these are drastically different than those stacks of skinnies you have. Another must have are the White Oak Natural Indigo Cone Denim Chelsea, $240. They’re woven at the Historic White Oak Mill in Greensboro N.C., and dyed with 100% Natural Indigo grown in the USA. Plus, the fit is perfect with a plain white tee, or go oversized all-over with a loose fit flannel.
Left Field is where national pride seamlessly converges with style staples.