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.
The CPO Shirt is an overshirt style designed with a nod towards vintage naval officer shirts. It features a printed back satin that’s woven in Japan. The front features two acorn-style flap pockets, and the side seams have double-needle chainstitch runoff detailing. The shirt is finished with replica BDU buttons. Made in the USA.
Featuring matching front chest pockets, double needle construction and a straight back yoke, the Utility Workshirt is a classic workwear silhouette with a modern fit. For FW20, we paired this style with a plaid flannel that is woven in Japan; the fabric has been brushed for comfort and a soft hand. Made in the USA.
Our Fatigue Pant takes design cues from the military surplus pant that was standard issue for the US Army. The pant silhouette is the roomiest of all our bottoms and features a straight leg, higher rise, and roomy top block. This iteration, as part of our Repurposed Collection, is sewn in a deadstock undyed military back satin that we found a few rolls of through a vintage dealer in Los Angeles. After sewing, the pants are garment dyed and washed in Los Angeles to achieve a beautifully faded blue reminiscent of old French workwear. Made in the USA
Our Linen Shirt utilizes a cotton/linen blend fabric from Japan. The fabric is woven in a way that creates a subtle wrinkle texture that will stay even after wear and wash. The linen/cotton blend fabric will soften and drape beautifully over time. We finished the shirt off with contrasting genuine horn buttons that have been burned for texture and contrast. Made in the USA.