It’s by now a tenet in menswear — to find the best of traditional heritage apparel, one should first look to the Japanese. Glad Hand is an example of a company that does things right, using only cotton sourced from the U.S.A. to craft knitwear inspired by American work and biker culture during the middle decades of the 20th century. The brand’s pocket tees are made from the finest ringspun cotton, featuring details like contrast colored trim at the pocket and neck. Glad Hand believes that everyday pieces should receive special attention in their construction, since those are the pieces that get the most wear. Available in four different colors, the pocket tees are available through Garbstore.