F.S.C. was established to pay tribute to the vanishing art of American handmade goods, the quality and durability inherent to something made by skilled artisans. These tenets form the foundation on which Freemans Sporting Club is built.  Based on 18th and 19th century subtleries, which were expeditionary general stores that offered the paramount essentials to settlers and soldiers. F.S.C. offers a roughly hewn yet refined reinterpretation of this bygone era, one in which a man’s garments were made to be both functional and long lasting. With nearly all of the collection being manufactured within fifteen miles of the shop, at F.S.C., you might pick up a new field coat or have a button re-sewn on the old one by one of our expert tailors. F.S.C. has grown beyond our humble beginnings, but still remains as personal as the relationships formed through the creating of these modern, American made heirlooms.  Every F.S.C. garment is never more than a few hands removed from where it began and is made by the same ilk of seasoned artisans, tailors and sewers who once flourished across the US and especially in the heart of New York City. With less than 5% of American clothing being manufactured here, F.S.C. remains steadfastly dedicated and proud to be an American made product. freemanssportingclub.com