These shawl cardigans that our people at Archival Clothing just put out are just beautiful. Spectacular. Golden. Made right, and made in the USA. And a bargain at $180.
This one’s for the bike nerds: archival cycling on Archival Clothing.
It is currently taking all my self control to prevent myself from buying this beautiful web belt from Archival Clothing. It’s $24! Gimme a break.
1 - Lightly padded back panel provides overall structure and protection from awkward cargo. Pack rides closely and load does not sag.
2 - Shoulder straps attach into side seam, curving straps around body for comfort.
3 - Twin outer bellows pockets are easy to access and are nicely sized for smaller personal items.
4 - Single Horween Chromexcel leather strap is light, durable, and convenient.
5 - Dimension is taller and narrower. Loads carry best in this configuration.
6 - Drawstring around top opening keeps load secure and further prevents bag flopping.
7 - Two inch wide webbing shoulder straps are perfectly comfortable for loads up to 25 or 30 pounds.
8 - Convenient locker loop.
9 - Double-layered bottom ensures a long life.
10 - Fully finished inside and out. Seams fully bound in our own waxed canvas bias tape. Stress points are bar-tacked or riveted. Snaps and rivets are reinforced with leather washers.
Those folks over at Archival Clothing are KILLING IT. Their method is basically: figure out all the different stuff you can do right, then do all that stuff right. This rucksack is the bee’s knees.
We’re on board with Archival Clothing’s resolutions, and they’re now available in a lovely poster for only ten bucks.
The wonderful folks at Archival Clothing have produced these lovely musettes. I guess musette means “little tote bag.” Whatever they’re called, they’re beautiful, and every detail is perfectly executed. They come in tan waxed cotton, yellow and navy (above), and there’s a flap version on the way. The best part: they’re fifty bucks, which for a product of this quality is a fantastic price.
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I am flabbergasted by how beautiful this jacket is. The mens’ version: much less attractive.