—01. A spread from the Land Use chapter.
'Tools: Real Stuff for Future Classics' is the first publication to be released under Huge magazine's new "book label", Huzine. 164 pages in length and featuring 282 'tools', the book is divided into 4 chapters - Shed & Shelter, Work to Do, Land Use and Feel at Home. The items included satisfy a strict set of criteria and combine to form a beautiful catalogue that preserves them in print for years to come.
—01. Inventory Item 015.
Viberg Boot Company make arguably the finest boots in the world. They take no shortcuts when it comes to materials or attention to detail, and have over 70 years of experience making handcrafted footwear that stands the test of time for those who demand the best. This version of their 145 Oxford is our second special make-up for Inventory Items. The upper is a light brown roughout leather and sits on top of Vibram's tan ripple sole. Though a little more playful than most Viberg offerings, they're still built tough, look great on, and will last for years.
—01. White oxford shirt.
—02. White broadcloth shirt.
"Inspired by founder Nigo’s love of fine tailoring and his time spent with some of the world’s finest tailors on Savile Row (including Huntsman and Anderson & Sheppard), the debut range is a tight capsule collection of suits, shirts, ties, and shoes made to the highest design and production standards. The range embodies two key looks – British classic, and American classic – with all items showing a distinct influence of one or the other."
WordsWe're receiving new items at the Stockroom all the time these days and it's becoming more and more difficult to highlight everything. Unless you're actually visiting the store in person some things might pass you by; hopefully these posts help fill in the gaps.
Not a whole lot I need to say here. It's just another boring product post, another good product that's better than most of them out there. Monitaly has over-dyed the herringbone cotton to the perfect olive green. The sturdy cotton is well suited to the casual nature of the straight leg pants, and nicely accented by the pocket lining. Made in the USA, but not available there as far as I know.