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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4063 - Slubby Cotton 3/4 Football Tee - Navy.

Probably the first thing that drew us to the football tee from Warehouse & Co was the tag. The pop of orange against the white custom woven label grabbed our attention. Then we started to look at the fabric blocking and unique shaping work. The way the shoulders are shaped is reminiscent of shoulder pads in football. Overall, this piece is just different. It's unique and not many people carry it...that's why we love it so much.

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. However, they've added a seam across the chest to give it that "shoulder pad" look. 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 an incredible tee, and they've transferred that directly to this silhouette.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4087 - Short Sleeve Stripe Tee - Off White, Egg Plant

As we venture further and further down the Warehouse rabbit hole, we start to find beauties like this loosely knit stripe tee. The air flow on this bad boy is perfect for summer. It's also part of their Duck Digger lineup. The custom woven label is quite possibly our favorite in the lineup. These are a nice twist on our standard 4601 best seller, and they might be just as good.

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. 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. You've got a simple double-needle finish on the collar for a more minimal, wider fit this time. 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 shirts in the world.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4087 - Short Sleeve Stripe Tee - Egg Plant, Off White.

As we venture further and further down the Warehouse rabbit hole, we start to find beauties like this loosely knit stripe tee. The air flow on this bad boy is perfect for summer. It's also part of their Duck Digger lineup. The custom woven label is quite possibly our favorite in the lineup. These are a nice twist on our standard 4601 best seller, and they might be just as good.

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. 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. You've got a simple double-needle finish on the collar for a more minimal, wider fit this time. 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 shirts in the world.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton Pocket T-Shirt - Faded Red.

Warehouse & Co. has been on the list for some time now. Ever since Zach came back from Europe sporting his reproduction tees and jeans made in Japan, we were hooked. The texture of these tee shirts is like no other, and we're so excited to finally be working with Warehouse & Co.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton Pocket T-Shirt - Grass Green.

Warehouse & Co. has been on the list for some time now. Ever since Zach came back from Europe sporting his reproduction tees and jeans made in Japan, we were hooked. The texture of these tee shirts is like no other, and we're so excited to finally be working with Warehouse & Co.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4601 - Slubby Cotton Pocket T-Shirt - Mustard.

Warehouse & Co. has been on the list for some time now. Ever since Zach came back from Europe sporting his reproduction tees and jeans made in Japan, we were hooked. The texture of these tee shirts is like no other, and we're so excited to finally be working with Warehouse & Co.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1001 - 1901 No. 2 Model - Indigo.

Just like most Warehouse denim, this pair is chock full of incredible repro details. These puppies are characterized by their bright blue natural indigo and new 5.85 x 10 bumpy, textured surface. They're super hairy and have a wonderful amount of hair on the surface. All of the small details like the rivets, patch, and buckle back are what make these jeans. What the makers are most excited about is the lockstitch construction throughout. The attention to detail is representative of an era of tailors - one well before the mass production of denim. These puppies don't include belt loops, but don't necessarily have to be supported by suspenders. The buckle-back will sinch up nicely for a clean, beltless fit. One of our favorite details are the rivets on the outside of the back pockets. Normally these are hidden, but there are no hidden frills here. This is 100% a pant built to work in and look like it's been worked in.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5234 - Pile Socks - Navy Line.

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.

These socks are anything but plain. They're absolutely beautiful cotton. The natural color and wonderful hand feel make up a wonderful pair of knit socks for the guys who want something without a pattern. They've also used a special method called linking to make sure the seam doesn't sit on top of your toes and cause discomfort. It's pretty wonderful on foot.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5234 - Pile Socks - Bordeaux Line.

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.

These socks are anything but plain. They're absolutely beautiful cotton. The natural color and wonderful hand feel make up a wonderful pair of knit socks for the guys who want something without a pattern. They've also used a special method called linking to make sure the seam doesn't sit on top of your toes and cause discomfort. It's pretty wonderful on foot.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'F' 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 'F' pattern is a really nice twist on a traditional plaid. The colors create a more modern feel to us on this piece.. 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. Now that we've got our hands on these flannels, we don't think there is any going back. They're too nice!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'E' Pattern - Blue.

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 more of scattered paid with sections of grided buffalo and elongated accented striping. 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. Now that we've got our hands on these flannels, we don't think there is any going back. They're too nice!
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 1002 - 13.7oz Cowboy Pants WWII Model - Indigo One Wash.

The initial pictures of these jeans caught our attention because of the victory bag. We have a thing for totes and we instantly knew we were in for something special. This is a reproduction of a vintage Lee pair. They're typically known for their broken twill, but this piece is true to reproduction in that they've made in right-hand twill. The other beautiful part about this fabric is that its weft is topped with grey giving it a bright indigo pop from day one. This piece also shows off the cost-saving efforts we saw in WWII. This includes double-needle vs triple-needle stitching. It also means round pockets (easier to sew). Somehow, the laurel wreath buttons were also cost-saving. We're glad that was the case because they're so damn beautiful. It was probably a supply chain deal. They also removed the back arcuate and replaced the pocket bags with a fine herringbone twill. The hair on hide is the final piece that means these were an early war piece.

The herringbone Victory bag is an incredible story. These were mass-produced in the US and given to Miltary Academy students to boost morale during the war. It's the little details like this that make these limited-run Warehouse & Co pieces so special. These pants are most likely to be a one-off run and disappear just as quickly as it came into existence.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5234 - Pile Socks - Plain.

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.

These socks are anything but plain. They're absolutely beautiful cotton. The natural color and wonderful hand feel make up a wonderful pair of knit socks for the guys who want something without a pattern. They've also used a special method called linking to make sure the seam doesn't sit on top of your toes and cause discomfort. It's pretty wonderful on foot.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 3104 - One-Wash Flannel 'B' Pattern - Blue.

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. 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 - Lot 404 - Freedom Sleeve Sweatshirt - Heather Grey.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately, and this piece is no exception. It is potentially the softest piece we've ever felt from Warehouse. The fleece ensures that. We've also found that a freedom or raglan sleeve is the best in terms of fit. It lays really wonderfully on the shoulder. This has a boxier 1940's style fit with longer ribbing in the hem and sleeves. The body of this piece is made on their iconic hanging knitting machines and the ribbing is produced on circular knitting machines.
Warehouse - Lot 404 - Freedom Sleeve Sweatshirt - Oatmeal.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately, and this piece is no exception. It is potentially the softest piece we've ever felt from Warehouse. The fleece ensures that. We've also found that a freedom or raglan sleeve is the best in terms of fit. It lays really wonderfully on the shoulder. This has a boxier 1940's style fit with longer ribbing in the hem and sleeves. The body of this piece is made on their iconic hanging knitting machines and the ribbing is produced on circular knitting machines.
Warehouse - Lot 469 - Set-In Retrofit Hood - Bordeaux.

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.

We've seen our fair share of Warehouse knits at this point, but nothing like this. It's a crew neck with a collar retrofit after original production (hence the name.) These are fairly rare pieces from the past that would usually come with a wool hood addition. An all-cotton version is super rare. We've always been a big fan of the "Duck Digger" series too. This Bordeaux beauty has all the right things we're looking for in a unique Warehouse silhouette.
Lot 462- Sweat Parka One Wash - Dark Beige.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This piece is built like the 461 Crewneck, but with a silhouette from a later time period. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, not as short body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit. Add a hood, and we're sold. These are part of their "2nd Hand" series. Scope that beautiful tag work.
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Lot 462- Sweat Parka One Wash - 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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This piece is built like the 461 Crewneck, but with a silhouette from a later time period. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, not as short body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit. Add a hood, and we're sold. These are part of their "2nd Hand" series. Scope that beautiful tag work.
Lot 462- Sweat Parka One Wash - Heather Grey.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This piece is built like the 461 Crewneck, but with a silhouette from a later time period. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, not as short body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit. Add a hood, and we're sold. These are part of their "2nd Hand" series. Scope that beautiful tag work.
Lot 461 - Crewneck Sweat Shirt One Wash - Dark Beige.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This time, Warehouse has hit this classic 1960's silhouette with a unique wash process that really works wonders. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, shorter body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit.
Lot 461 - Crewneck Sweat Shirt One Wash - 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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This time, Warehouse has hit this classic 1960's silhouette with a unique wash process that really works wonders. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, shorter body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit.
Lot 461 - Crewneck Sweat Shirt One Wash - Heather Grey.

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.

We've been on a kick of comfy lately. We don't think it's the end-all-be-all, but it's nice not to have to break something in every day of your life. Every once in a while, it's nice to let the company do it for you. This time, Warehouse has hit this classic 1960's silhouette with a unique wash process that really works wonders. These things look like your dad's favorite sweatshirt that you always wanted to, or did, steal from him. The wider boxier fit, shorter body, and longer ribbing give them that perfect vintage feel. These bad boys also have raglan sleeves, which we think more pieces should be made with for a better fit.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 900XX - 12oz Slim Fit Jean - Indigo One Wash

This is right in our wheelhouse. A 13.5oz denim with a trimmer fit, yet still a medium to high rise. They're like a dream. The crunchy fabric from the one wash is a pretty sought-after look from Japan. It's probably one of the reasons no one can keep Warehouse denim in stock. With Memphis cotton that is moderately slubby and fluffy, this denim mimics the fabric you would've found in denim from the '40s and '50s. This was shop owner Tommy's answer for skinnier legs. They're slim, but not too slim overall and you get all the bells and whistles Warehouse is known for on their jeans. If you're looking for something as classic as it gets, look no further.

This fit is a slimmer change-up from the 800xx. It's not skinny by any means but gives you a nice tapered look. From our experience, these still have a nice mid/high rise with ample room in the thighs and a decent taper from the knee to ankle. This specific round is cut at 31.5" inseam.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2170 - Coach Jacket - Emerald.

This one hits us right in the nostalgia feels. We couldn't get over this beautiful emerald color. 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.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5904 - 4-Needle Henley Neck Thermal - Heather Grey.

We fell absolutely in love with Warehouse's tees, so we decided to take a venture into their thermals. This iconic ecru 3 buttons did not disappoint. It's luxuriously soft to the skin and fits a lot like a historically accurate first layer. The thermal aspect will keep you warm in the winter. If you're looking for a more traditional fit, you'll be tucking this into your high wasted denim for an absolutely killer outfit.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5904 - 4-Needle Henley Neck Thermal - OD Green.

We fell absolutely in love with Warehouse's tees, so we decided to take a venture into their thermals. This iconic ecru 3 buttons did not disappoint. It's luxuriously soft to the skin and fits a lot like a historically accurate first layer. The thermal aspect will keep you warm in the winter. If you're looking for a more traditional fit, you'll be tucking this into your high wasted denim for an absolutely killer outfit.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2174 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Nylon Christy 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. The interior beige contrast the OD Green exterior is magical. 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 has the moutan collar as well, which just makes it all the more luxurious. This piece is both treated for waterproofing and windproofing to keep you warm all winter long. As it's a custom nylon christy 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.

Lot 451 - Loopwheel Raglan Freedom Full-Zip Hoodie - Oatmeal.


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 455 sweatshirt is an OG version of your best zip hoodie, but now this can replace it. A surged, double-needle top stitch runs throughout the seams. With these being circular knit loopwheel sweats, you won't find any seams along the side or in most places with ribbing. But, in the places, they're needed they chose the best seam for longevity. There's ribbing throughout this piece including inside the hood. The brushed inside is something you'll notice right away on these low-tension wovens. It is done by one of the very few machines left in the world giving it a feeling, unlike anything we've seen before. Plus, you get that beautiful tea-colored interior on the brushed side of the fabric. This Sumikuro color is not going to last long. We might just buy them all ourselves (swoon).
Lot 451 - Loopwheel Raglan Freedom Full-Zip Hoodie - Sumikuro.


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 455 sweatshirt is an OG version of your best zip hoodie, but now this can replace it. A surged, double-needle top stitch runs throughout the seams. With these being circular knit loopwheel sweats, you won't find any seams along the side or in most places with ribbing. But, in the places, they're needed they chose the best seam for longevity. There's ribbing throughout this piece including inside the hood. The brushed inside is something you'll notice right away on these low-tension wovens. It is done by one of the very few machines left in the world giving it a feeling, unlike anything we've seen before. Plus, you get that beautiful tea-colored interior on the brushed side of the fabric. This Sumikuro color is not going to last long. We might just buy them all ourselves (swoon).
Lot 451 - Loopwheel Raglan Freedom Full-Zip Hoodie - Eggplant.

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 455 sweatshirt is an OG version of your best zip hoodie, but now this can replace it. A surged, double-needle top stitch runs throughout the seams. With these being circular knit loopwheel sweats, you won't find any seams along the side or in most places with ribbing. But, in the places, they're needed they chose the best seam for longevity. There's ribbing throughout this piece including inside the hood. The brushed inside is something you'll notice right away on these low-tension wovens. It is done by one of the very few machines left in the world giving it a feeling, unlike anything we've seen before. Plus, you get that beautiful tea-colored interior on the brushed side of the fabric. This eggplant color is a wonderful blue tone.
Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2010 - Cowboy Jacket (WWII Model) - Indigo.

The initial pictures of this jacket caught our attention because of the victory bag. We have a thing for totes and we instantly knew we were in for something special. This is a reproduction of a vintage Lee jacket. They're typically known for their broken twill, but this piece is true to reproduction in that they've made in right-hand twill. The other beautiful part about this fabric is that its weft is topped with grey giving it a bright indigo pop from day one. This piece also shows off the cost-saving efforts we saw in WWII. This includes double-needle vs triple-needle stitching. It also means round pocket flaps (easier to sew). Somehow, the laurel wreath buttons were also cost-saving. We're glad that was the case because they're beautiful. It was probably a supply chain deal. The cinch back was also removed to save money.

The herringbone Victory bag is an incredible story. These were mass-produced in the US and given to Miltary Academy students to boost morale during the war. It's the little details like this that make this limited run Warehouse & Co pieces so special. There's a wonderful hidden W stitched into the pocket that you'll see in the details. This jacket is most likely to be a one-off run and disappear just as quickly as it came into existence.

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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 2173 - Rocky Mountain x Warehouse Ripstop Nylon Down Vest - Black.

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 interior green contrast the stark black exterior is magical. 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 ripstop nylon taffeta produced specifically for Rock 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 5909 - USN Skivvy Fraise LS 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. This version is a long sleeve and has a super unique, extra-long ribbing section at the wrist. This can easily be doubled over, or worn as is.

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.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 5909 - USN Skivvy Fraise LS Shirt - Beige.

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. This version is a long sleeve and has a super unique, extra-long ribbing section at the wrist. This can easily be doubled over, or worn as is.

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.

Warehouse & Co. - Lot 4091 - USN Skivvy Shirt - Beige.

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.