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Wings + Horns SS16 First Delivery



Base 1x1 Rib Hoodies - if you're familiar with the brand, you've probably seen these before. They haven't changed; still super lightweight tee shirt like fabric cut as a mid layer - perfect for warmer weather.


The Vented Linen Parka is a new summer piece made with a gorgeous linen bonded mesh fabric. the linen is so light that you can actually see the mesh through it - the fabric even seems to change in direct light. it's a pretty unique textile, and they cut it with all sorts of technical details to keep the jacket comfortable.
post #152 of 157
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Reigning Champ Delivery 1 SS16




Hi All,

We've received a restock in the core midweight program reigning champ fans have learned to love, as well as some interesting deviations from the classic (that dont stray too far). check out the new Slim Sweatpant, double mesh pullover, and some new additions to Reigning Champ's Sea to Sky line of performance based pieces. As always, I can get into detail - just PM me with any inquiries
post #153 of 157
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Though we're nearing a place where our brand list is fairly set in stone, we've picked up a small handful of new things in the mens department. Handvaerk is a particularly exciting inclusion, though photos dont quite do it justice. nevertheless, we've got them online to look at.



if you live nearby, you should really come in and feel these in person. softest all cotton tees I've ever felt. the hand blows my visvim tee shirt way out of the water. its an expensive tee, but you get far more than you pay for. best of all it's a family business; the designer has blood ties to textile weavers and cut & sew operations in Peru.


We've also added more products from Wings + Horns, Engineered Garments, Adidas, and more, with lots to come. we're in full swing of the season. Keep an eye out for private label shirting soon - I didn't think I'd be getting excited about madras this year, but its march and here I am.

D.O.
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Private Label Shirting - SS16

Good Morning! I'm happy to say we've received our buy of Portland Dry Goods shirting for spring, almost entirely composed of breathable fabrics. expect a heavy rotation of Linen, Seersucker, and lightweight Madras - particularly the red or mustard plaids, which are some of the most unique color palates i've seen in a madras at this shop



Short Sleeve is also an option, for the first time in a while -



You can see most of our selection right here; a handful of more options will make their way onto the web in the following weeks.



There's not too many sneakerheads in the PDG rotation but we've been stocking a handful of Adidas projects recently; it doesn't take a die hard to want to grab some crazy sneakers now and then - we're launching the Adidas x Kolor Boost tomorrow morning, so I've thrown in a photo of that as well. For whatever reason we could only order half sizes, but I'm tempted to size down half a size from my normal fit and grab a pair of these. they're incredibly comfortable and unique.

post #155 of 157
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Engineered Garments: Delivery 3

I think this is the last of our EG Pickup; you can see everything in the official EG Thread or on our website under their brand category.



if you've got all of the EG classics in the closet already, you ought to check out the Black Denim bedford - very interesting piece, super overdyed and crinkly out of the box. 7.5oz denim makes for a summer ready alternative to your favorite levis Type III.


Snow Peak: Delivery 1

EG Fans should also take a liking to this stuff if they haven't seen it before - the designer for Snow Peak apparel actually worked with Daiki for some time. the bonus here is that many of these jackets use technical fabrics that EG doesn't, so you can find something thats waterproof, or even fire resistant. Snow Peak will be on the web very soon, but here's a quick smattering.

post #156 of 157
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Battenwear SS16

Another one for the EG heads - Shinya Hasegawa has worked with Daiki on Woolwich Woolen Mills in the past, and since has launched a great label of hike & surf classics, full of references from the "golden age" of semi-technical. Parkas, Anoraks, and Hawaiian shirts make up the bulk of our SS16 roundup. We're particularly big fans of the Cloudburster Jacket, a mid-length 65/35 parka with a detachable hood and a design that reminds us of the Barbour classics that we've been selling for years.





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[New Arrivals] Spring / Summer Footwear

I'm going to break this down by brand; we just received a ton of our footwear options in store, from welted hikers to tech sandals, there's a lot to break down.

Danner


These guys should be pretty familiar at this point - classic hiking boot from Oregon. Welted one piece construction, Gore-Tex waterproof membrane. Really comfortable from the get go. The Timber leather is my favorite of the two - a bit of unevenness in the color; I have a feeling these will beat up real nice.

Karhu


Extra excited for this brand - Karhu is a Finnish training sneaker brand that's supplied Scandinavia for nearly a century. They started out making javelins for the olympics, but gained popularity for their running shoes after their factory workers started taking home medals. We've got two styles in the pipeline from them - the albatross (above) is a super classic low key trainer. We'll be launching another style - the Synchron - in store in a month or so. Moving forward we're hoping to make this our go-to for men's sneakers, so come check them out.

Seavees


Seavees is a brand we've worked with before, and we're happy to have them back. Their business is the embodiment of Californian leisure. most styles are essentially upgraded "Vans" like shoes - sleeker lasts, and better materials (linen canvas and supple pigskin make up most of our buys). We've got a couple styles for men, as well as a sizable women's collection.

Adidas / Y-3


Something out of left field - we grabbed the Raf Smiths in copper for men, and silver for women (though they run them as "unisex sizing". give me a shout if you want the european size relative to the ones we have). I have no idea how these are going to break in, pretty excellent statement sneakers. We also grabbed the Qasa Sandal from Y-3 for anyone in that teva/suicoke mindset. big tubular outsole is super comfortable, and the nylon strap setup seems pretty structured, I don't expect these to stretch out.


This isn't everything for the season - we're expecting new Rancourt stock during the summer, and perhaps some more boot styles in the near future too (shouts to our customers and coworkers who wear boots year round).
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