Known for their high-quality, contemporary takes on the rancher-styled slant within the California wardrobe, Freenote Cloth has continued to establish itself as a brand that’s committed to contributing to the heritage of American workwear. It’s safe to say they’re more widely known for their jeans and workshirts, however, they’ve more recently made a splash with their Standard Issue Boardshorts.
Made in the US from an exclusive Yoshiwa Mills cotton-nylon blend fabric that’s both highly durable and friction reducing, the shorts feature a reinforced back panel, custom corozo buttons, triple-needle reinforcement, 1/8th double-needle details, front and back pockets, a waxed Japanese drawstring, main label from Italy. Currently, they’re offered in Olive and Navy. Just like their denim, Freenote intends for these to be used and abused, and they’ve been crafted with that in mind.
To enter, simply type in your email below before Monday, August 19th at 11:59pm EST. We’ll randomly select one lucky winner who’ll be walking away in a brand new pair of Standard Issue Board Shorts.
Update: we are in the midst of confirming our winner and will announce them shortly.
For more on Freenote Cloth, visit their website.