Presidio Utility Shirt, 2015

Presidio Utility Shirt 2015

New for the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2015-16 season is the Presidio Utility Shirt from the Garrison Series. This latest iteration of the Utility Shirt features a 100% cotton, double gauze fabric in a herringbone twill weave. We’re planning four color ways, including the lovat shown in the production sample, above.

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Swords to plowshares icon plus  "Champions of the Fleet" anchor

Swords to plowshares ’15

One hundred years on from 1915, we humans face challenges unimaginable to our predecessors, challenges that, in spite of seemingly perpetual conflict, require our immediate and undivided attention. Let’s get down to work “… and they shall beat shall beat their swords into plowshares…”.

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Storefront 2nd Annual Holiday Pop-up Nov 20th 2014 6-10pm W San Francisco

Storefront 2nd Annual Holiday Pop-Up

We’re back in action this holiday season beginning with the Storefront 2nd Annual Holiday Pop-up hosted by the W Hotel San Francisco. Please join us on Wednesday, November 20th, 2014 from 6:00-10:00pm for the festivities. We have a nice selection of new products, including the Garrison Utility shirt, along with seasonal favorites from our line. With wet weather forecast for San Francisco, our dry wax cotton and Ventile® jackets will keep the rain at bay. Please feel free to RSVP

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Garrison Series: Fatigue Jacket in Khaki

We learned a bit about “khaki” developing our version for the Fatigue Jacket. In general, khaki spans a range of colors that often includes tan, sand, and stone, which are distinct earth tones in their own right. Khaki has, in our opinion, a hint of green which distinguishes it from these other colors.

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Farallon Sweater Prototype

The first prototype of our Farallon sweater is hot off the knitting machine. Now that July has turned cool and grey again in the Bay Area, we’re excited about getting in some serious test wear braving the elements to and from our favorite cafe.

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