Our t-shirts feature a heavyweight jersey fabric that’s custom knit for us in Canada. The material is then cut and sewn in San Francisco, CA in the same factory where our jeans are made. Once cut and sewn, they are sent to a local dye house in Los Angeles to be dyed to limited-edition colors. Due to the dyeing process, these tees have a softer, more broken-in hand than our standard tees and will not shrink further. Please check the measurement chart and size accordingly.
Our newest collaboration with DSPTCH features a new design based on classic cycling musette bags. Our Musette is built as an everyday shoulder bag for when you just need to carry the essentials with you. We’ve designed it to fit your phone, wallet, and keys easily around when you don’t need a full-sized bag. Made by DPSTCH in their San Francisco-based production studio.
It’s built off Schott’s 519 silhouette: a modernized, slimmer version of their classic 613 Perfecto. As we’ve done in previous collaborations, the belt and epaulets have been eliminated for a cleaner look. The leather is a custom tannage developed by Schott that we have the honor of debuting on this jacket – it’s a waxy cowhide with a matte black finish and a supple hand that belies its weight. We chose a mixed-hardware approach with matte black zips on the hand and chest pockets, matte black snaps, and nickel front and sleeve zips. The body is lined with a leopard-patterned rayon that is woven in Japan, while the sleeves are satin-lined for comfort. Made in the USA.
Full-grain steerhide leather with a waxy finish
Schott 519 Perfecto fit
100% rayon lining woven in Japan
Nickel front zipper with stirrup pull
Nickel finish zippered sleeve cuffs with wind flaps
Our Fatigue Pant takes design cues from the military surplus pant that was standard issue for the US Army. This pant silhouette is the roomiest of all our bottoms and features a straight leg, higher rise, and roomy top block. For FW20, we opted to panel two shades of olive HBT fabric for a playful take on the classic military piece. Made in the USA.
3sixteen and Crescent Down Works created a new version of their Down Shirt silhouette, a solid winter layer packed with 5oz of 700 fill power goose down. The shell of the jacket is constructed out of vintage military fabrics with each panel specifically cut and arranged by hand to create a patchwork-like look with varying shades of olive. This also means that no two jackets are alike.