Now that we’re officially in spring, we have a release that will inspire us all to emerge from hibernation for special staples geared toward warmer weather, longer days, and new adventures. From Andersen-Andersen, Gitman Vintage, and Benzak we have an assembly that will serve as foundations or inspirations to ensembles made with the same quality and steadfast nature as our core heavy duty garments. So, spring forth and fill the gaps in your wardrobe with these vintage-inspired, modern classics for this spring-summer season and beyond.
As a staple in menswear, our singular representation of the Polo shirt from Andersen-Andersen is by far the best we’ve found for smart styling. Made more like a sweater than a shirt, the Short and Long Sleeve Polos are fully knit in a medium weight 12-gauge jersey using long staple, extra spun GOTC organic cotton yarns developed by A-A themselves, and hand linked and bartacked to be the finest polo you may ever find.
Gitman Vintage brings the heritage-inspired heat in fresh, warm weather focused pieces with their signature formula of innovative takes on patterns and prints. All designed for styling versatility, the Old Masters woven print comes as a band collar long sleeve, the Japanese Ripple Jacquard is a large format woven dobby dot in our Camper Shirt, and the garment grail Sunset Ikat loomed in Japan has a richly dyed and hand-woven pattern in a Short Sleeve button down.
Completing the expedition is Benzak with two new bottoms, from fit to fabric, sure to find themselves in regular rotation. The new Relaxed Tapered 710N comes in a factory washed and dried loomstate Low Tension denim for a crisp and casual jean that will be great for warm days and long nights, paired with the BC-06 Scout Pant in an Olive drab Collect Mills washed Military Sateen for a sophisticated take on a utility pant.