Howler Brothers’ New 2012 Spring Line

March 30, 2012 By: timromano

Howler Brothers Design their Clothes from a Multi-sport Background

If you’ve never heard of Howler Brothers, do yourself a favor, take a five minute break and check out their clothing line.

I will admit I’m a big fan of their products and have been rocking a few of their shirts for over a year. They fit me absolutely perfectly and it seems like every time I wear one someone seems to ask me about it. For the record I’m 5′ 10″ and about 170 lbs.

Their products range from handcrafted belt buckles, shirts and shorts to hats and custom coolers.  It’s like they actually listened to a certain group of anglers who said, “I want comfortable, performance based clothing, that doesn’t make me look like a angler.”  Personally, I’m one of those people and hate playing the part.  I just don’t want to always look like I just stepped off a flats boat.

The company comes from a multitude of backgrounds including surfing, fly fishing and paddling and it shows. The clothes are perfect for a full day out fishing or equally at home heading to a beach side restaurant with your folks. They’re made with fantastic materials like cotton/poly blends that dry really quickly and features like a built in lens cleaner in the breast pocket. The designs are hip without being too cool for school.

When asked about the new line the company said, “We’re especially pumped about our new items; the Pescador shirt, Gaucho shirt and Howler boardshorts. We put a ton of time into designing these items for comfort, style and utility and think we’ve created some winners.”  Also: “We also have new colors and styles of some of our now classic Loggerhead, Aransas and Magic Mesh shirts as well as brand new t-shirt designs for both men and women including original designs by Chase Heard like the Rhino Chaser and designs by collaborators like Adam Stockton and his Howler de los Muertos.”