In the 1970s, Boast was <i>the</i> clothing brand of choice among fun-loving, irreverent preppy types and "those on the outside of the inside." Founded by pro tennis player Bill St. John in 1972, Boast claimed Greenwich, Connecticut as its home base, and outfitted everyone from the Yale squash team to former U.S. president George W. Bush in its country club-inspired polo shirts — hand-embroidered with the company’s signature Japanese maple leaf logo. Now headed by Ryan Babenzien, Boast has been winning over a new generation with an apparel collection featuring timeless men’s polos and plaid button-down shirts, women’s T-shirt dresses and tennis skorts, blazers and warm-up jackets, and more. Made from Peruvian cotton, Boast’s polo shirts come in countless vibrant colors as well as pinstripe patterns. As part of its rebirth, Boast has been working with Partners & Spade, the agency founded by Jack Spade founder (and Mr. Kate Spade) Andy Spade.
Embrace the season's most eye-catching trend with this stylish assortment of shorts, shirts, trunks, and more. Shop the look in this sale, from Burkman Bros, Reyn Spooner, John Varvatos, and more.
Featuring pants in hues from khaki to gray to olive and more, as well as always-cool camo, this sale features a ton of stylish ways to keep cool in style this summer.
Once in a while, we wind up with some great items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But there’s a silver lining — we've put all those stylish pieces in one place for easy browsing (and picking). We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.
Don’t call it a comeback. Originally conceived in 1973 by Bill St. John and recently reinvigorated by Partners & Spade, Boast has been capturing the attention of menswear aficionados everywhere. This sale exemplifies their irreverent country club style with a variety of bold colored polos, sweatpants, tees, and more. Featuring the signature Japanese maple leaf (though some may say its silhouette is more akin to that of a certain mood-altering plant), these shirts are as well suited for the tennis court as they are for the club room bar.