Archival Clothing Navy Columbiaknit Sweatshirt


So, you know those great looking, super well-made, and totally affordable sweatshirts from Archival Clothing? Well, there’s now a navy colorway. Knit, cut and sewn in Portland, OR by the venerable Columbiaknit, the sweat is made from 9 oz., 100% cotton loop-back french terry, and features a V insert at the neck, ribbed cuffs and waist, and double-cover stitching throughout. Like the rest of the colors, this one will most likely sell out, and soon, so best to strike while the iron’s hot, and all that.

For price and purchase info, visit Archival Clothing.

  • Michael

    Shit son! Why is it you always have me pulling the trigger a day or two earlier then planned – don’t want that to sell out on me! Good lookin’ out, though.

    I opted for the M – how do you find the fit?

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      Fit is a little on the looser side. I wear an M in Gitman Vintage, and have an M in the sweat. It’s a bit roomy, but in a good way. If you want something super slim, def size down one.

      Thanks,

      bb

  • Eric F

    Just ordered one two days ago–smokey gray. Archival posts good dimensions on the sizes and the staff is very responsive to emails if you want to ask fit questions.

  • Eric F

    Just got mine: I wouldn’t call it roomy–at least by the standards of the sweatshirts its modeled on. Judging from the measurements, it’s slimmer than the equivalent sweatshirt Left Field offers at $120.

  • thomas

    Anyone know how it fits in comparison to W + H?

    • http://well-spent.com Brad

      W+H is notoriously little. So whatever your W+H, you can size down one for these.