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About Klaxon Howl

Klaxon Howl serves up a collection of handmade clothing that pays homage to vintage military style and the versatile work wear looks of the last century. Founded in 2005, the label is the brainchild of Toronto-based artist and designer Matt Robinson, whose fascination with battlefield fashion has inspired him to amass an impressive collection of authentic military equipment and uniforms. Robinson’s collectibles inform Klaxon Howl’s denim utility shirts, snow-white bomber jacket, cotton prospector vest, and other separates, which reinterpret classic silhouettes with plackets, contrast twill taping, cinched waists and other subtle details. Equally fashion conscious and quality-conscious, Klaxon Howl produces its collections in Canadian mills — adding an extra dash of authenticity to its irresistibly utilitarian wares.

Past Sales Featuring Klaxon Howl

Sale Ended October 01, 2013

Sunday Night Steals

End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on pieces from some of your favorite designers, including 7 for All Mankind, John Varvatos, and Gant by Michael Bastian, among others. You’ll find everything here from polos and espadrilles to sportcoats and cufflinks. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about — but only after you’ve made your picks.

Sale Ended December 09, 2013

100 Cold Weather Essentials

A curated selection of clothes you need to fend off the winter chill in style.

Sale Ended August 01, 2013

Safari-Inspired Accessories

Accessories are the quickest, easiest way to show off your personality, and this sale features a whole range of options, whether you're looking for a cool new pair of headphones, a casual fedora, a summer scarf, a new leather wallet, or a woven belt covered in little whales (courtesy of Michael Bastian).

Sale Ended May 17, 2013

Military-Inspired Style

Military gear is the foundation of modern men’s apparel — from the bomber jacket to the business suit. That influence is on full display in this selection of jackets, cargos, tees, and backpacks, in olive, khaki, brown, and, of course, camo. However enthused you are about its history, one thing’s for sure: This stuff just looks cool.