As Seen On: Grunge Dads, Dads Who've Actually Chopped Down A Tree, Earl Sinclair
Before the grunge movement claimed ownership, reptilian Earl Sinclair of Dinosaurs was a pioneer of lumberjack style. In his classic buffalo plaid shirt, he channeled a fall shirting mainstay that lasts into winter. Known for its warmth and ability to layer with just about anything come cold weather, it's a staple of the working man's wardrobe. Earl wore a flannel as part of his gig literally pushing trees for the WESAYSO Corporation. Millions of years later, the hard-working style still isn't extinct.