We bid a fond farewell to the summer season, and gear up to usher in an assortment of rugged and heavyweight pieces that will perfectly set the scene for the cooler months ahead!
Starting off with Studio D'Artisan, who bring their beloved Kyoto “Kurozome" dyeing magic to the classic MA-1 flight jacket. Kurozome aka "Kyoto Montsuki Black" is a an ancient Japanese method of dyeing, which involves meticulously applying multiple base layers of color to a garment before introducing the black pigment which results in the deepest hue of black. Additionally from SDA, we have the vintage inspired heavyweight check flannel shirt in Red, Gray, and Navy, as well as the 12.8oz. Natural Indigo Denim Western Shirt. 2 classic shirt styles elevated with meticulous construction & quality. Rounding off this weeks cozy SDA collection, we have their classic long sleeved thermal tees in both crew and henley variants. These triple needle Flat Seam constructed tees are both soft to the touch and robust.
Coming in fresh off the press from the boys over at Japan Blue, we’re stoked to bring you the new 11oz. Indigo Sashiko Type 2 Jacket from Japan Blue. JB implement that beautiful made-to-fade Sashiko fabric into a Type 2 silhouette. This is one of those pieces that makes a subtle statement.
Finally, function meets aesthetic with Master-piece's "Potential" Backpack in Olive and Gray color ways. It is not every day we can boast about having a piece that is made from a material designed for NASA but that’s just one of they countless mind-bending achievements our friends from Osaka have achieved.