For the recently launched Denver-based, men’s clothing company Bolo Miller, the vision is simple – “Look Good. Feel Damn Comfortable.”
Founded by UW-Madison MBA and former Weinert Center Fellowship student Mike Haberle, Bolo Miller leaves cotton behind for the next generation of technical fabrics in its debut line of men’s casual dress shirts. The company says its technical fabrics offer a level of comfort not previously available in the men’s casual dress space.
“Guys hate dressing up, because it means less comfort,” Bolo Miller Founder Mike Haberle says. “So, we started combining the same comfortable fabrics guys love in their athletic gear with classic button-up style, and the response was overwhelmingly positive.”
The technical fabrics Bolo Miller uses in its Complete Comfort Collection keep guys cool and dry through increased breathability and moisture wicking. The company says its fabrics also feature four-way stretch, which remove movement restrictions common with the typical cotton button-up.
Bolo Miller currently offers two colors in its Complete Comfort Collection, blue and white. The company says it is planning to expand its color offering for next summer.
To learn more about Bolo Miller or purchase your own Complete Comfort Button-Up with free shipping, you can head to the company’s website at bolomiller.com.