This week, we have a curated uniform for our Division Road Clandestine Comrades featuring provisions for that spy game life. Whether jumping out of a plane, stalking prey through the woods, hiking the highlands of the Andes, or just going to the office to plot the next mission, these wardrobe staples will adapt to any situation. Drawing from our most skilled assets that infuse battle ready builds into modern designs, we’re bringing you selective style artillery from Private White, Corridor NYC, and Viberg that will make you a legend in your inner circle.
This style assignment begins with another collaborative, foundational footwear offering. The Viberg x Division Road Noir Vitello Calf Service Boot is an international raven using a full-grain vegetable tanned calfskin that has a naked and nubucked grain for a matte finish on a coal black hide. This leather, with all of its natural dye, veg-tan and patina potential, demanded the tough tonal and style sleuth refinements of small gunmetal eyelets, a brogue cap toe with traditional pinking, and a washed black midsole. Completed with stitchdown construction atop a British made Ridgeway sole with all of its espionage-ready elegance, it’s a boot dressy enough for a late night penthouse encounter yet stout enough to kick through its door.
Coming from an actual provisioner to the Royal Forces, Private White consistently brings us garments with regal elegance and hardwearing grit. Sourcing British made materials, this near century-old Manchester factory implements skilled hand-craftsmanship in making refined garments inspired by their vast archives. The Flight Jacket resurfaces with its elevated fit and specifications in a finely woven Doeskin Merino Wool from the UK's own Mallalieu’s of Delph textile mill. For functional and durable outerwear pieces for those in hiding or hunting in the outdoors, we have the Deluxe Wax Field Jacket designed with a sophisticated simplicity and the Handyman Wool Shacket with a classic check pattern with textural depth and a luxurious finish.
Corridor then enters in the thick of the plot with some sweaters that tell the story of our stylish secret agent who has traversed the remote Peruvian mountains and coastline. Knit in the venerable Eunice Moran's workshop in Lima, we have the Highland Wool Crewnecks in an undyed natural shear used to create some earthy and organic pieces that include suede elbow patches and an adapted hammer shoulder that will slip into a crowd with ease but stand out to those with a keen sense. Then, we have a Black Birdseye Cotton Crewneck that utilizes a roughly knit pattern with a modern aesthetic in a rare and hearty Tanguis cotton yarn to provide a sophisticated casual spy style staple for an all-season and all-condition crew.