Freeman, known for designing and manufacturing high quality men’s clothing in Seattle since 2010, opened its first brick-and-mortar store in the fall of 2014. Located in the historic Loveless Building (it originally housed artist studios in the 1930s), Freeman carries both its own designs (like the signature hooded raincoats) along with other rugged West Coast labels like Filson, Crescent Down Works, Jungmaven, and Tellason. Everything is functional but timeless—things you can wear to work, to dinner, or on a hike—and it all must live up to Freeman’s own standards: clothing made so well, it’s meant to be bought only once. Like the three-season Channel Jacket.
713 Broadway E.