Archival Clothing and Crescent Down Works Release Another Line of Down Vests for Fall 2014
Archival Clothing and Crescent Down Works team up once again to deliver another dope line of waxed down vests.
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Just in time for the Fall 2014 season, Oregon-based apparel brand Archival Clothing reprises its partnership with Crescent Down Works for another line of solid down vests.
Designed and manufactured in Seattle, this limited release includes the same durable and functional features as seen in the brands’ previous offerings. You have a 5.5 oz water-resistant waxed cotton/nylon shell, 700 power down fill insulation, a two-way brass zipper, exterior hand-warming pockets, and a worsted wool knit collar made specially by Centralia Knitting Mills in Washington.
With these kinds of details, you’ll definitely have no problem keeping warm while looking good.
The vests are available in three colorways: navy, olive, and the newly added black variation, all of which feature a fire engine red nylon lining.
Take a look at the design in the images below. If you like what you see, you can cop this season must-have at Archival Clothing’s online store.