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Our Legacy Basics



—01. 'Perfect T' & 'Great Sweatshirt'.


One of the things many new designers often over look are the simple things. Our Legacy however have put a certain amount of work into their really nice basics. Not even just their denim or chinos, but simply a good fitting, nice feeling pocket t-shirt and crewneck sweat. Available each season, for pretty fair prices, Our Legacy provides great basics for any man's closet.

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Reader Comments (6)

Been waiting for a while now for Our Legacy to release their 1950's Great Sweat in Grey. However, I can't understand why they've remove the 'V' detail from the neck, so disappointing?!!
June 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterIan Smith
The danger is that it can become a little boring after a while. I was very excited about our legacy two years ago, now they're just of many similar brands.
June 28, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterter
If only they were pocket tees, then they'd be perfect. until they throw a pocket on there i think i'll stick with my velva sheen's. the sweatshirts are great though, they live up to their name.
June 28, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjjp
They do a Pocket T (where are you Jo?). Or at least they have in the past, because I have one.

The only Our Legacy pieces I own are basics. Two t-shirts, one sweatshirt, one sweater.
June 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJ.S
Our Legacy's collection is quite a bit larger than just the tees and sweats. Those are just basic items that they always offer, the whole entire rest of the collection changes, evolves and grows each season, so unless you're looking to drastically change your look each year, its doing a good job of providing a consistent variety.
June 28, 2011 | Registered CommenterRyan Willms
Though I don't dislike any of this stuff (and I love Our Legacy shirts) I'd rather buy premium basics from brands that specialise in them - Velva Sheen, McCoys, Buzz Rickson etc. Unlike those brands, I'm not sure that Our Legacy offers much more than say Uniqlo for basics. The sweats for instance are pretty thin, I'm not convinced they're going the distance. Each to their own though, of course...
June 29, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterThom

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