Combining meticulous Japanese craftsmanship with Italian styling, Ten C produces perfected military-inspired pieces intended to last a lifetime. Co-owners and designers Paul Harvey and Alessandro Pungetti use their collective experience in the fashion industry to take a sustainable approach to clothing manufacturing by making items with substance that defy obsolescence. They ground their collection in an exclusive material called Original Japanese Jersey, or OJJ, a completely new heritage-based technical fabric made in Japan. Unlike anything before it, OJJ breaks in, forms to the body, and develops a patina specific to the wearer. As a waterproof Nylon-based Polyester microfiber jersey with structure, this singular material delivers utility and durability in a style that only improves with age. In Italy, the pieces are assembled then garment dyed all the way to the trim and threads, creating a tonal softness that captures the vintage aesthetic of military originals. To further the versatility of Ten C outerwear, the brand’s Shells and Liners are interchangeable, creating a convertible and dynamic assortment of options for the long-term and year-round voyager. Altogether, Ten C’s collection and stance aims to change the way we look at clothing by letting us experience the feel and performance of quality garments.