New Releases from Ten C, Andersen-Andersen, and Gitman Vintage
Spring is a great time to clear the head with adventures abroad, so we’ve provided you with a worldly wardrobe of pieces made with the best fabric and yarn production around. Featuring brighter colors, lighter weights, and high performance materials built with a vintage ethos, you'll be well equipped for that last minute trip to anywhere, be it the Andes or Angkor.
In the spirit of the changing seasons, we introduce Ten C, which combines Japanese precision with Italian styling in durable and versatile outerwear pieces. Next, further your adaptability with wardrobe staples of cotton knit polos and beanies in distinct colors from Andersen-Andersen, and inspired designs, patterns, and fabrics from Gitman Vintage that travel well with every weekender.
Proud to introduce another initiate to the Division Road Armory, the Ten C brand is grounded in their proprietary Original Japanese Jersey, or OJJ, a structured waterproof Nylon based Polyester microfiber that has the unique ability to patina and break-in through every expedition. Convertible with the addition of their Down Liners, our deeply saturated Black Field Jacket and Dark Navy Anorak are shell layers that form to the body and evolve to reflect a journey. As armaments for the globetrotter, these pieces implement the best of Japanese precision and utility with Italian style and craftsmanship.
For their 10th Anniversary Collection, Andersen-Andersen went bright and bold in their brand signature Safety Orange, along with their hallmark accompaniments of Royal Blue, Navy, and Raw Undyed colorways. At the shop, we can’t get enough of their medium weight 5-gauge knit Polos, complete with fully fashioned interiors using GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. To top off the shirts, we brought back the Beanies in cotton as well, for the folks who are stocked up with woolens and hungry for more naval-grade knits made for milder climates.
With their Grand Slam Tennis Tournament theme, Gitman Vintage brought us some lightweight, versatile shirting for the guy looking to up his game. By refreshing fabric designs from their archives, Gitman consistently produces timeless style staples. Their Tattersall, Blackwatch, and Plaid patterns in crisp and textured Poplins draw influence from a tennis court pastel palette, while their Washer Cloth shirts are richly colored wardrobe classics ready for throwback fading and patina developments.