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Warehouse & Co. - Plain Crewneck Sweatshirt - Black.

This round of sweat comes from Warehouse's newly created Color Flocky series. They basically created these to mimic college sports memorabilia from the past. While those pieces weren't always as great of quality as these crewnecks, they had a quality that after many washes, they would become extremely fluffy and soft on the inside. The prints were also done so poorly that they would peel off and create this gorgeous faded look. These were built to mimic those crews, but we opted for the nonprint this time. According to Warehouse, these are built to fade with a vintage look. We imagine them having a Sumi-ink look after a good amount of wear and tear.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'B' Pattern - Navy.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'b' pattern is a buffalo check with thin stripes woven throughout that make it pop like crazy. The one-wash really makes these things fluff up, as well. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. The 'B' Pattern has always had a special place in our hearts, and this navy piece exemplifies it. It's stunning...absolutely stunning in person. The colors flow like paint on a canvas.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'B' Pattern - Red.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'b' pattern is a buffalo check with thin stripes woven throughout that make it pop like crazy. The one-wash really makes these things fluff up, as well. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. The 'B' Pattern has always had a special place in our hearts, but there was something so wacky about this red that we had to have it. The paired colors almost make it a pink so super hot that it's actually red. Maybe our eyes are broken...?
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2170 - Coach Jacket Morris Hills - Red.

This one hits us right in the nostalgia feels. We couldn't get over this beautiful red color and how it pairs with all of the cream patchwork throughout. We normally skip the patches because they just don't resonate as well with us as the basics...but this was the exception to the rule. These accents are perfect. That's all there is to it. And the Murph name tag has us falling in love even more. Coaches jackets are an American icon with their Nylon shells, drawstring waists, and elastic arms. The best thing is to see it executed to perfection in only a way Japan can do. The inner cotton lining is soft, but not brushed so it's great for layering. This is a piece you throw a heavy hoody under and turn into a 4 season piece. Slide your hands into those handwarmer pockets, snap those coated metal buttons, and sinch up your drawstring. You'll be instantly transported back to your childhood.
Warehouse & Co. - N-1 Winter Jacket Hook Front - Navy Blue.

This tends to happen in a world of "new," but we can honestly say we've never been so excited for a Warehouse lineup. 98% of that excitement was for the jackets. They've always crushed denim, but we didn't know they could make jackets like this. They're absolutely as stunning in person as they are in pictures. The Lot 2183 is an impeccable reproduction. This baby is built from an archival piece in their collection that originally had a hand-painted Grumman aircraft on the back. We've opted for the No-Print in order to clean the backup a bit. This piece is based on the Contract NXss 22036. With this piece, they changed from the zipper front to the hook closure - something to which we were instantly drawn. This version is built with only a single clip on the hem which is drawn from a United States Coast Guard model.
These, like their Khaki counterparts, are made from our love language fabric - Jungle Cloth. It's a high-density woven fabric that has wales and is better known as whipcord. Also a change-up from the Aviator Jacket, these are fully lined with Melton wool. They do also feature the eyelets in the arms for breathability. The final two features are those classic "D" shaped pockets and the US Navy stamp on the rear.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2180 NAF 1168 Aviator & Ground Crew Jacket - Khaki.

This tends to happen in a world of "new," but we can honestly say we've never been so excited for a Warehouse lineup. 98% of that excitement was for the jackets. They've always crushed denim, but we didn't know they could make jackets like this. They're absolutely as stunning in person as they are in pictures. The Lot 2180 is an impeccable reproduction. This, as the name would indicate, is based on the early NAF1168 order from the Naval Aircraft Factory. The fun part about this jacket is that it was worn not only by the Aviators but also the ground crew in the 1940s. It was the successor to the 37J1.

We will never pass up a well made jungle cloth, and that's exactly what you're looking at here. Jungle cloth is a very tightly woven cord that you can only see the ridges of when you see it up close. These babies also feature an alpaca lining throughout the body and sleeves of the jacket. They've added eyelets under the armpit for extra breathability. The classic "D" patch-style pockets and knitted collar, waist, and cuff accents are the icing on the cake to this repro masterpiece.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2188 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Westpoint Down Vest - Beige.

We were instantly enamored by this vest. This is a special collaboration between Japan's Rocky Mountain Featherbed and Warehouse. If this vest reads familiar, it's because it's an iconic silhouette from the 70s. This variation is Warehouse's special colorway. We love the beige just as much as the other two. It pairs perfectly with the light brown leather. And, it instantly transports you to a snowy mountaintop. The leather yoke is horsehide vs cowhide this round too..again Warehouse's doing. You're looking at a 90/10 down fill on this which is the highest grade, best performing down out there. This round is sans moutan collar for a more modern-looking, down-fill variation. This piece is both treated for waterproofing and windproofing to keep you warm all winter long. We're simply blown away that this outer is made custom by Warehouse from a Westpoint Selvedge for Rocky Mountain Featherbed. You'll never see anything quite like it. These are as incredible in person as they look on the screen.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'E' Pattern - Navy.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'E' pattern is a traditional large gingham pattern that reads like a tablecloth. It's one we've all seen, but we definitely have never seen these colors in combination. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. The brushing also makes these flannels super soft on top of the one-wash treatment that takes out a lot of that volatility. This is the one that made us stop and say wow this season. We've seen a million flannels, but this one is truly something special.


Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'C' Pattern - Green.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'c' pattern is a traditional cut that we can't quite put words to. It's one you've seen in the past, but doesn't have a classic name. These colors scream winter. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. The brushing also makes these flannels super soft on top of the one wash treatment that takes out a lot of that volatility. This is the one that made us stop and say wow this season. We've seen a million flannels, but this one is truly something special.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'C' Pattern - Red.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'c' pattern is a traditional cut that we can't quite put words to. It's one you've seen in the past, but doesn't have a classic name. These colors scream winter. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. The brushing also makes these flannels super soft on top of the one wash treatment that takes out a lot of that volatility. This is the one that made us stop and say wow this season. We've seen a million flannels, but this one is truly something special.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2184 - Horse Leather Aviator Jacket - Brown.

America's clothing culture began with tailoring, which originated in England, but the cultures of European countries brought in by many immigrants were interwoven to form a unique culture. One of the categories that symbolizes this is “functional clothes”. Workwear and military wear are perfect representatives of this. The characteristic details born from the pursuit of function are incomparably thorough with those of other countries, and are called functional beauty. This concept attracts the attention of fashion connoisseurs around the world. This jacket has such a functional beauty, but it is a little different from the others. It's the leather jacket that supported the dawn of motorization and the age of airplanes.

This is a valuable World War I era Spalding aviator jacket that can be said to be the origin of American flight jackets. This Aviator jacket was worn by Lieutenant JM Dayton, who went to the Angers region of France in 1918 as a pilot of the American Expeditionary Force pursuit party that participated in World War I in 1917. It has been faithfully "reprinted" what Warehouse has archived with materials about him. At that time, when fighter planes were being developed, long coats and jumpsuits were the mainstream styles in Europe, but in the United States, short-type jackets to match jodhpurs (tight-fitting trousers) were released. The aviator jacket that appeared in the catalog in 1919 cost $80 at the time. Considering the price of workwear at the time, it is easy to see how the clothes were chosen by the people who wore them.


Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2187 - Army Denim Pullover - Indigo Denim.

This Army Denim Pullover was a uniform setup for miscellaneous work used by the US Army until the 1930s. During World War II, the U.S. Army had already used OD green herringbone twill for BDU and workwear, which is highly antitoxic and can be used as a protective color. So it was officially adopted in the 1940s. This is more what people are used to seeing, but if you find pictures from this time period you'll see members of the Civil Conservation Corps (CCC) wearing denim. These were built to be roomier for movement, but you also saw military members and POW's modifying them by cutting them down the front. They say this is where the denim coverall came from, but it was very short-lived as the use of denim was soon discontinued by the goverment. This is a very rare piece of American History reproduction. Scope the funky pockets, cut on selvedge, just below the chest.


Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3040 - Ventilation Triple Stitch Chambray Shirt - Sax One-Wash.

What we have here is a heavy-duty work shirt that makes extensive use of double fabrics. The original was a label called COMPASS in the 1930s, and it is thought that it was positioned as a high-end line among JCPenneys due to the depth of its craftsmanship. The reinforced parts of this garment are in the shoulders and cuffs, which are designed not only with double fabric but also for ease of movement. In addition, the chrysanthemum hole for releasing body heat is also a genuine "chrysanthemum" hole ( a real rarity in modern machines.) This puppy is a little piece of history.



Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5220 - Leather and Canvas Tote Bag - Dark Beige.

We've had absolutely nothing but good luck with Warehouse & Co. bags. They seem to find homes quicker than almost any other accessory. And we think we know why. Their attention to detail and fabric selection is unbeatable. This one really blows us back with the perfectly placed flat rivets. This mustard-colored canvas/leather back appears old in features but has convenient updates like a storage pocket on the inside. It also features longer leather straps so it can actually be thrown over the shoulder. It's got that gorgeous emerald tag and patina on the rivets that make this thing a true work of art.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'A' Pattern - Charcoal.

Warehouse & Co. has very quickly become one of our top-selling import brands for a reason. Their attention to detail and dedication to traditional construction is beyond the pale of comparison. We find ourselves diving into things like why they chose the style of tag or how one seam is built compared to another. That is the joy of this brand for us. Seeing conscious decision-making in the flesh from one of the best brands to do it in Japan since 1995.

The Lot 3104 Flannel is a heavyweight selvedge fabric with tons of wonderful details. The 'a' pattern is a solid 'big-check" buffalo check. The one-wash really makes these things fluff up, as well. You're also seeing those buttons correctly. They're a red and black marbled texture. They have the short double-needle runoff and there's so much slubby texture in this piece that you can really only see up close. This is the one that made us stop and say wow this season. We've seen a million flannels, but this one is truly something special.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2188 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Westpoint Down Vest - Beige.

We were instantly enamored by this vest. This is a special collaboration between Japan's Rocky Mountain Featherbed and Warehouse. If this vest reads familiar, it's because it's an iconic silhouette from the 70s. This variation is Warehouse's special colorway. We love the beige just as much as the other two. It pairs perfectly with the light brown leather. And, it instantly transports you to a snowy mountaintop. The leather yoke is horsehide vs cowhide this round too..again Warehouse's doing. You're looking at a 90/10 down fill on this which is the highest grade, best performing down out there. This round is sans moutan collar for a more modern-looking, down-fill variation. This piece is both treated for waterproofing and windproofing to keep you warm all winter long. We're simply blown away that this outer is made custom by Warehouse from a Westpoint Selvedge for Rocky Mountain Featherbed. You'll never see anything quite like it. These are as incredible in person as they look on the screen.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2188 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Nylon Down Vest - OD Green.

We were instantly enamored by this vest. This is a special collaboration between Japan's Rocky Mountain Featherbed and Warehouse. If this vest reads familiar, it's because it's an iconic silhouette from the 70s. This variation is Warehouse's special colorway. You simply can't go wrong with OD green. It instantly transports you to a snowy mountaintop. The leather yoke is horsehide vs cowhide this round too..again Warehouse's doing. You're looking at a 90/10 down fill on this which is the highest grade, best performing down out there. This round is sans moutan collar for a more modern-looking, down-fill variation. This piece is both treated for waterproofing and windproofing to keep you warm all winter long. As it's a custom nylon taffeta produced specifically for Rocky Mountain Featherbed, you'll never see anything quite like it. These are as incredible in person as they look on the screen.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2188 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Ripstop Nylon Down Vest - Brick.

We were instantly enamored by this vest. This is a special collaboration between Japan's Rocky Mountain Featherbed and Warehouse. If this vest reads familiar, it's because it's an iconic silhouette from the 70s. This variation is Warehouse's special colorway. The brick red is an instant classic. It makes this final layer piece the "pop" in your outfit. It instantly transports you to a snowy mountaintop. The leather yoke is horsehide vs cowhide this round too..again Warehouse's doing. You're looking at a 90/10 down fill on this which is the highest grade, best performing down out there. This round is sans moutan collar for a more modern-looking, down-fill variation. This piece is both treated for waterproofing and windproofing to keep you warm all winter long. As it's a custom nylon taffeta produced specifically for Rocky Mountain Featherbed, you'll never see anything quite like it. These are as incredible in person as they look on the screen.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4058 - 3/4 Sleeve Baseball Tee (Henley Neck) - Cream, L Green.

Boy, for as simple as this shirt is it's sure a mouthful. Don't let that big long title fool you. This big long title is just so people across the world can find this beautifully slubby 1940's reproduction of a baseball tee. There are so many things to love about the uneven, shadowy nature of Warehouse & Co's cotton. The single-ply circular knit manufacturing is going to allow this iconic style to age like your denim. When you take that incredible cotton and construct a strong henley neckline and swooping baseball cut, it turns into something entirely different. This is the best 3/4 baseball tee we've ever put on our bodies.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1221 - Army Denim Pants - Indigo

We decided to really pull out some funky pieces from Warehouse this season. We wanted the rare stuff, the stuff that everyone else was afraid to order. We were done playing it safe, and that started with this Lot 1221 Us Army Denim Pant. This was a working setup used by the U.S. Army until the 1930's. During World War II, the U.S. Army switched to using OD green herringbone twill for BDU and workwear, which is highly antitoxic and can be used as a protective color, so it was officially adopted in the 1940s (that's why you see so much more of that, than denim). It was known to be the strongest material at the time and it was worn by the CCC (Civil Conservation Corps), which was part of the New Deal policy that was enforced from the 1930s. The design of the pants itself is almost the same as the brown denim made after the First World War, and the deep rise and loose silhouette tell us that it is workwear for all purposes. We are absolutely delighted by how funky these are. We've never seen anything like them and we think they make for an impeccable styling adventure.

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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 486 - Half Zip Hood Plain - Heather Grey.

When you pick up this sweatshirt, you'll instantly notice its weight. They specifically developed this sweatshirt through repetitive trial and error to reproduce the RW style of the 1960s. They've designed a sweatshirt that weaves the fabric horizontally to reduce shrinkage. They've swapped the bias for the side panels though, for what we think is a gorgeous look. The crazy part about these sweats is they're stiff but elastic, and heavy but soft. They have put so much work into the development of the fabric to ensure it's not stiff like most heavyweight pieces are. They also had to be more meticulous with the dye technique because of this. Essentially, everything they did to develop this fabric took longer and more iterations than a typical sweatshirt. You'll notice the heavily exposed stitch on the tag fabric. This is commonly referred to as a "Tataki tag." We are very, very impressed by this loop knit fabric. These are the hardiest, most complicated sweatshirt we've ever seen come from the Warehouse factory. And this time, we've been delivered the 3/4 zip hood version. We're super stoked on the cotton pipe work around that detail.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton T-Shirt - Sumikuro.

You guys blew us away with your acceptance of this brand last year. The initial and then repeat business was amazing. I think the quality speaks for itself on these! Once you have one, you know what we're talking about. The only problem is, they're pretty limited so it's taken us until right now to get some back in stock. We snagged some new colors and a few more sizes, but the words out now. People have been asking about them for weeks! Here they are friends. Enjoy!

To describe this cotton has been hard we find, not only for us but industry-wide. Some people call it slub. We were calling it texture at first, but ultimately our conversations with Warehouse kept bringing up one word - Shadow. When you put these shirts in the proper light, it makes perfect sense. The highs and lows in color can only truly be described as horizontal shadows in the cotton.

These shirts are known for their texture for a reason. Made on Vintage 60's Era sinker knitting machines, these puppies have no side seams. You will also notice a wrapped, ribbed reinforced collar that will stand up to the daily wear you'll throw at a t-shirt. It truly is unlike nearly anything else on the market. The single yarn knit creates an incredible striation that will age and mold uniquely as you wear the shirt. The hand feel is super soft but you get a texture similar to what we look for in our denim. Warehouse & Co makes one of the best tee shirts in the world.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4096 - 88/12 Heather T-Shirt - Red.

We were so happy to see some new tees on the docket. As soon as we saw the words heather, we were in. These are built a lot like the 4601 tee, if you're familiar. These are a bit more smooth than the shadowy tees you're used to. In order to achieve that heathered look, the fabric has to be more homogenous. So these have a more clean, smooth feel than the shirts you're used to. They take inspirations form tees made by Champion or Russel post 1960's. They've also got new, more colorful tag work this round!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4096 - 88/12 Heather T-Shirt - Red.

We were so happy to see some new tees on the docket. As soon as we saw the words heather, we were in. These are built a lot like the 4601 tee, if you're familiar. These are a bit more smooth than the shadowy tees you're used to. In order to achieve that heathered look, the fabric has to be more homogenous. So these have a more clean, smooth feel than the shirts you're used to. They take inspirations form tees made by Champion or Russel post 1960's. They've also got new, more colorful tag work this round!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4096 - 88/12 Heather T-Shirt - Green.

We were so happy to see some new tees on the docket. As soon as we saw the words heather, we were in. These are built a lot like the 4601 tee, if you're familiar. These are a bit more smooth than the shadowy tees you're used to. In order to achieve that heathered look, the fabric has to be more homogenous. So these have a more clean, smooth feel than the shirts you're used to. They take inspirations form tees made by Champion or Russel post 1960's. They've also got new, more colorful tag work this round!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4096 - 88/12 Heather T-Shirt - Navy.

We were so happy to see some new tees on the docket. As soon as we saw the words heather, we were in. These are built a lot like the 4601 tee, if you're familiar. These are a bit more smooth than the shadowy tees you're used to. In order to achieve that heathered look, the fabric has to be more homogenous. So these have a more clean, smooth feel than the shirts you're used to. They take inspirations form tees made by Champion or Russel post 1960's. They've also got new, more colorful tag work this round!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4091 - USN Skivvy Shirt - Off White.

We've had quite a run with Warehouse Tees in the last 18 months, so when we saw these skivvy shirts come through...we were all over it. The little rope accent you'll see throughout the pictures definitely sealed the deal. These shirts are part of the "Duck Digger" series and they're wonderfully produced. The underwear used by the US Navy was called "squib" as slang. Early squibs were white but eventually changed to colors for the navy as to not be confused with the Marines and Army.

The little feature you'll notice on both sides of the hem is for the "Laundry Hall." When laundry is dried on deck, they would tie the ropes to the lines in order to prevent it from being blown off deck. This hole is of course reinforced like a button to keep its shape. It's such a wonderful little piece of history, even if you don't use the rope for daily wear or for hanging the shirts. This Navy's classic "Skib" T-shirt has been reproduced with details that are faithful to the original. This is a US NAVY original body woven using uneven yarn that is slightly thinner than the standard warehouse No. 12 and thicker than the Secohan T-shirt.

To describe this cotton has been hard we find, not only for us but industry-wide. Some people call it slub. We were calling it texture at first, but ultimately our conversations with Warehouse kept bringing up one word - Shadow. When you put these shirts in the proper light, it makes perfect sense. The highs and lows in color can only truly be described as horizontal shadows in the cotton.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4059 - Milne Ringer T-Shirt - Cream, Navy

To describe this cotton has been hard we find, not only for us but industry-wide. Some people call it slub. We were calling it texture at first, but ultimately our conversations with Warehouse kept bringing up one word - Shadow. When you put these shirts in the proper light, it makes perfect sense. The highs and lows in color can only truly be described as horizontal shadows in the cotton. You know the Ringer Tee at this point, and it's consistently one of our best sellers every year. But, we've never had a chance to grab a print. We're sooooo impressed by this Milne blue print. It's exactly what we've been looking for, and we don't think it's gonna last very long.

These shirts are known for their texture for a reason. Made on Vintage 60's Era sinker knitting machines, these puppies have no side seams. You will also notice a wrapped, ribbed reinforced collar that will stand up to the daily wear you'll throw at a t-shirt. It truly is unlike nearly anything else on the market. The single yarn knit creates an incredible striation that will age and mold uniquely as you wear the shirt. The hand feel is super soft but you get a texture similar to what we look for in our denim. Warehouse & Co makes one of the best tee shirts in the world.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4064 - Badger Tee Shirt - Cream.

We've been playing around a lot with the "2nd Hand Series" collection from Warehouse this past year. They've really stepped it up in terms of development for this line. These shirts really show their true "aged" nature with a print, and we were so excited they delivered some that resonated with us this year. These are hands down the sickest prints we've ever laid eyes on from Warehouse. They're meant to mirror a shirt that has been worn and faded for years. They have a slightly roomier neckline, no side seams, and a super cool tag that you've probably seen on a few other pieces from their "2nd Hand Series".

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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4064 - S.C.T.A. Tee Shirt - Cream.

We've been playing around a lot with the "2nd Hand Series" collection from Warehouse this past year. They've really stepped it up in terms of development for this line. These shirts really show their true "aged" nature with a print, and we were so excited they delivered some that resonated with us this year. These are hands down the sickest prints we've ever laid eyes on from Warehouse. They're meant to mirror a shirt that has been worn and faded for years. They have a slightly roomier neckline, no side seams, and a super cool tag that you've probably seen on a few other pieces from their "2nd Hand Series".

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1001XX (1000xx) - 1947 Model - Indigo.

1947 is positioned as the year when jeans were sublimated from workwear to fashion. The balance between their ruggedness and sophisticated silhouette is highly regarded among vintage jeans lovers. Its silhouette is characterized by a deep rise and a gentle taper to the hem. It is one that is prized even in the vintage market because its pattern does not choose the body shape. You've seen the DD-1001xx...well now we present to you its more simple cousin. This is truly the vintage, no-frills denim heads dream. It's the "basic" golden era denim.

Its fabric is the 1947 deadstock blue with the pink selvedge ID. It blends cotton cultivated in Tennessee, Texas, and Arizona to recreate the natural uneven yarn of the time. The denim produced by the rare old-fashioned power loom G3 uses a thread that produces exactly the same discoloration as its vintage counterpart.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Oatmeal.

When you pick up this sweatshirt, you'll instantly notice its weight. They specifically developed this sweatshirt through repetitive trial and error to reproduce the RW style of the 1960s. They've designed a sweatshirt that weaves the fabric horizontally to reduce shrinkage. They've swapped the bias for the side panels though, for what we think is a gorgeous look. The crazy part about these sweats is they're stiff but elastic, and heavy but soft. They have put so much work into the development of the fabric to ensure it's not stiff like most heavyweight pieces are. They also had to be more meticulous with the dye technique because of this. Essentially, everything they did to develop this fabric took longer and more iterations than a typical sweatshirt. You'll notice the heavily exposed stitch on the tag fabric. This is commonly referred to as a "Tataki tag." We are very, very impressed by this loop knit fabric. These are the hardiest, most complicated sweatshirt we've ever seen come from the Warehouse factory.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green.

When you pick up this sweatshirt, you'll instantly notice its weight. They specifically developed this sweatshirt through repetitive trial and error to reproduce the RW style of the 1960s. They've designed a sweatshirt that weaves the fabric horizontally to reduce shrinkage. They've swapped the bias for the side panels though, for what we think is a gorgeous look. The crazy part about these sweats is they're stiff but elastic, and heavy but soft. They have put so much work into the development of the fabric to ensure it's not stiff like most heavyweight pieces are. They also had to be more meticulous with the dye technique because of this. Essentially, everything they did to develop this fabric took longer and more iterations than a typical sweatshirt. You'll notice the heavily exposed stitch on the tag fabric. This is commonly referred to as a "Tataki tag." We are very, very impressed by this loop knit fabric. These are the hardiest, most complicated sweatshirt we've ever seen come from the Warehouse factory.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4089 - Border 3x2 Inch Stripe - Black/Gray.

Warehouse & Co has been so good to us over the last year. You guys seem to love it as much as we do, and we couldn't be happier about it. Your support allows us to dive back into the border tee that did so well last year. You're seeing a new version this year where both stripes are colors instead of natural in between. The texture on these is much different than the 4601 you're used to. It's still made on a sinker machine, but it's a much more even, homogenous knit that lays flatter and feels smoother.

Made on Vintage 60's Era sinker knitting machines, these puppies have no side seams. You will also notice a ribbed reinforced collar that will stand up to the daily wear you'll throw at a t-shirt. It truly is unlike nearly anything else on the market. The hand feel is super soft. Warehouse & Co makes one of the best tee shirts in the World.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1219 - Brownduck Double Knee Work Pants - Brown.

When we set out to carry Warehouse this Fall, it was this idea of "let's carry the weird stuff." We really wanted to be the hub for the stuff you simply don't see anywhere else. This pair is a repro of a 19th-century canvas rivet pant with pockets in the front and back. These flap pockets were designed to keep things from falling out. They also have a padded cloth sewn into the center of the buttons, a feature of the era when horseback riding was the norm. This pair is meant to be worn tight enough not to need a belt (the buckle back helps with that) or with suspenders. These pants truly are for working, but we like to take that style and turn it into fashion. Doing either would be fine by us.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4097 - 88/12 Heather Pocket T-Shirt - Red.

We were so happy to see some new tees on the docket. As soon as we saw the words heather, we were in. These are built a lot like the 4601 tee, if you're familiar. These are a bit more smooth than the shadowy tees you're used to. In order to achieve that heathered look, the fabric has to be more homogenous. So these have a more clean, smooth feel than the shirts you're used to. They take inspirations form tees made by Champion or Russel post 1960's. They've also got new, more colorful tag work this round!