Posts Tagged ‘shirt’

D’emploi.

September 11, 2011



A small operation, fueled by the desire to return thoughtful work to the finished object. Goods made in New York on a Depression-era Singer using domestically produced canvas.

I really love this stuff, and I’v been hankering after this blue shirt for some time now. D’emploi! If you’re listening… can you make me a large please? x

Peep D’emploi.

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Essential item No.1. The Rapha+Paul Smith shirt.

July 27, 2011

I love this shirt, It’s fantastic. Since I first laid my hands on my Rapha+Paul Smith windproof shirt I have been using it nonestop, bar the washing.

This smart, highly technical jacket/shirt hybrid is made from the same fabric as the Rapha Wind Jacket. It has a water-resistant treatment to repel sudden showers and when paired with a Rapha base layer, is all you need for fast summer riding in town.

Seriously, it’s all of that and then some. The versatility of this shirt is second to none and that, my friends pleases me. I have it on right now, back from a short cycle ride to my local store, complete with a sweet potato and a packet of couscous in the rear pockets. I love it. I can now leave the bag at home.

Rapha.

Hot-T.

September 28, 2010

This looks very good, slick! I believe I also have one in the post. Thanks Sam and big up.

Chari & Co x Steven Alan.

July 1, 2009

As far as shirts go this is quite nice, although I am not sure if we need anymore plaid.

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The latest riding enthusiast to try his hand at bike-friendly gear? Steven Alan. Alan’s new flannel riding shirt—designed in conjunction with Lower East Side track-and-fixie mecca Chari & Co.—has a long tail to cover your ass and a Velcro-fastened rip-open chest pocket that’s been relocated to a messenger-bag-friendly position. There are also sweatshirt-style ribbed cuffs on the sleeves, sturdy snaps on the placket, and what’s being called a “hunting pocket” zippered into the back. Unless your cycling is a lot different than our cycling, we’re thinking this is more for a banana, an MP3 player, and a portable pump than for, say, upland game—but then again, who are we to tell you how to roll?

Words from here.
Via Chari and Co.


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