We're stoked to introduce Japan's Snow Peak to our lineup this season. Founded in 1958 by Yukio Yamai, Snow Peak was built on a foundation of abiding love for nature and a dedication to producing superior outdoor gear. From tents to wool pullovers to chopsticks, they produce each product with the hopes of inspiring people to enjoy the outdoors. Check out our first season with the brand here.
Vancouver-based Homespun Knitwear returns this season with their fine selection of early 20th century workwear inspired tees and henleys. This season sees the return of one of our favorites, the Standard Henley, along with a few new pieces including the Thermal Tee and the Rib Tee. View the collection here.
Drawing inspiration from the natural and spiritual worlds, Tokyo based CHUP (which is an acronym for Classical Humans Universal Peace) slowly crafts a collection of truly unique and vibrantly patterned socks. Each pair is made on a rare stocking frame machine which imitates the movements of hand knitters allowing them to only produce between 20-25 pairs a day per machine. They also utilize a hand linking toe technique ensuring durability, comfort and a meticulous attention to detail. View our entire collection here.
Barena continues to set themselves apart with their latest collection of tailored sportswear. Using a great selection of Italian fabrics, including wool and cotton blends, each piece is as comfortable as it is stylish. Shop our full offering from the Venetian brand here.