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Archive for April, 2015

New Release – Hollows Leather Tray

April 30th, 2015

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We’ve restocked the Archival Web Shop with new leather trays by Hollows Leather.  For this release, we’re offering the tray in a new color – russet – as well as our standard black.

Here are some process shots by craftsman Nicholas Hollows showing how he shapes the the trays from beautiful, belt weight leather and twice-rivets each corner with solid brass hardware.

We love all of our exclusive Hollows products – from Flap Wallets to Leather Cuffs – because of the functional elegance of the designs and for the way they gain character with use.

New Release – Mock Twist Archival Sweatshirt

April 10th, 2015

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We’re thrilled to announce the official release of a special edition of our Archival Sweatshirt made from a striking, deadstock, mock twist cotton terry.  We loved the subtle natural and black flecking of this fabric so much that we purchased the remaining inventory from the factory.  Now available via the Archival Web Shop. Quantities are super limited so order soon.

Spring Rolltop Release

April 4th, 2015

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In time for Spring Break or a Spring hike, we’ve restocked our Archival Roll Top in waxed twill and canvas duck. Slightly larger than our Rucksack, the Roll Top is great for students, bicyclists, motorcyclists and anyone else who regularly faces the elements. To celebrate the Spring restock, we’re offering a 20% discount on all Archival Rolltops through Friday, April 10. Use code ROLLTOP20

Archival in Tokyo

April 2nd, 2015

Pop Up Portland

We’re thrilled to announce that Archival will be participating in Pop Up PDX in Tokyo sponsored by the Portland Development Commission on April 20-24.  Archival will be one of eight brands exhibiting in Tokyo as part of a larger trade mission to promote business between the two cities.  If you live or are visiting Tokyo, drop by and visit the Archival booth at the lovely Macch Ecute venue.  If you are a Japanese distributor or store interested in working with a Archival, email info@archivalclothing.com to set up an appointment.