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Iron Heart continues its application of Primaloft with this handsome and cozy quilted muffler.
This sweat from Warehouse is like a once-in-a-blue-moon vintage store find, but in mint condition, ready to be broken in, and arguably much better-made.
Warehouse & Co. always takes the right cues and its 3400 Suede Sneakers that pull inspo from sneakers from the 60s/70s are no exception.
Featuring the famous optical illusion-y material that mesmerizes even the most experienced lumberjacks, this flannel is a no-brainer.
If you'd like to stay comfy without looking like a talking head in Wild, Wild Country, Indigofera has the shirt for you.
If you're after a highly textured Moto-inspired jacket with a vintage cut, 3sixteen has an investment piece that needs your attention.
Arguably, there aren't many ways to improve or adapt the henley, but Sweden's finest heritage-inspired tastemakers were up to the task.
Made from the toughest of woolens, this beast of a jacket from The Strike Gold is a rare outerwear adventure from one of Japan's finest.
Haven's first collab with venerated footwear manufacturer, Converse, results in a technically bolstered shoe that fits Haven's aesthetic perfectly.
Heavily inspired by post-war Americana imagery (think motorcycle outlaws, military graphics and music subcultures) North No Name is back with hella patches.