The N-1 Deck was traditionally sans-hood, but seeing it on this rendition from Toys McCoys, it makes perfect sense to add a head covering.
It shouldn't be so hard to find a good Lee repro, but for some reason it really is. Enter Toys McCoy with their Japan-made rendition of the iconic lee 101.
The death of the suit — Die, Workwear! A dollar a day is the pay for Calvin Klein and Tommy…
Toys McCoy's Utility Shirt recalls vintage Utility Shirts from the 1960s and 1970s, employing a fabric that's an oldie but goodie—the OG-107 sateen.