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Saturday
Feb022013

Sophnet Spring '13 Items

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01-02. SS13.

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The latest collection from Sophnet features plenty of rich indigo and black. The simple garments are well designed and well-made, offering a discerning consumer something subtly unique. Find a couple of my favourite items below.

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Thursday
Nov152012

Tricker's for Sophnet Wingtip Boot

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—01. Made in UK.

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There are so many brands working with the legendary English shoemakers these days. A lot of the shoes end up being either over designed or uninteresting, but these pebble grain boots came out very nicely in brown and black.

Available at End

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Monday
Dec052011

Sophnet Quilted Vests

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—01. Navy.
—02. Camo.

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Sophnet have made some great mid-layer vests this fall. Besides the printed Nordic vest which I actually quite like, the plain navy or camo are probably easier to wear. The thin feel and light weight made it ideal to fit under a jacket.

Available at Roden Gray

Monday
Mar072011

Sophnet Spring Outerwear

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—01. Mountain parka & field jacket.

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Sophnet continues to produce classic items, with updated fabrics, unexpected tweaks and high prices. This season is one of my favorites in the last couple years and the restrained design of these two jackets is part of that feeling. The nice shades of green are ideal for an outer layer, and they'll go nicely with the shirts below, or the rest of the items within the Sophnet collection. I like the mix of military, mountaineering, prep and streetwear that they provide. It could be argued that these are all of the popular references in menswear at the moment, and most of the time, but not many brands can combine them all in a tasteful manor.

—Available at Haven

Sunday
Oct102010

Sophnet x Barbour

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—01. Waxed cotton & camo broad cloth.

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I like Barbour, but its a brand that I've never felt too compelled to buy into. It's a classic and I've recommended it to people, but I just don't need one. That said, I would happily accept this one. With a couple of subtle updates, this makes for a very nice, tasteful collaboration.

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