Posts Tagged ‘Archival Rolltop’
Archival Rolltop overlooking the Columbia Gorge (via @yoheisato)
Over the past five years, Archival bags have traveled everywhere from Kashimir to Thailand, Mallorca to Malawi. However, as these snaps from our Archival Instagram feed show, they still look their best – and most at home – in their native state of Oregon.Need a travel bag for summer but don’t have the funds to pay full pop? Archival is selling its remaining inventory of Rolltops, Rucksacks and Duffels in red and cobalt canvas duck. Grab one soon as supplies are limited and these colorways won’t be coming back.
Check our Odds & Ends section for the full inventory of bags.
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
In 2012, we reviewed the Freeman Jacket, an impressive, made in Seattle, rain jacket sized for ladies and gents. Freeman is the perfect alternative for folks seeking a well styled, classic jacket made from more technical fabrics. Freeman now sells a range of jackets and appearel in a new brick and mortar shop located on the west side of Capital Hill in Seattle. We’re pleased to say that Freeman now sells a few of our favorite AC bags including the Archival Rolltop, the Flap Musette and Dopp Kit. I stopped by on Friday to say hello and take a few snaps.
Archival Rolltop in cinnamon canvas duck plus Freeman waterbottles by Liberty
Freeman branded cap
Classic range of Freeman jackets
Pointer Brand Chore Coat and Freeman Shirting
Of of my favorite Freeman offerings – the Freeman/Tellason Denim Vest
Denim offerings – Tellason and Left Field
Dopps and Flap Musettes
Brittany in the backroom
New England Outerwear Company
AC Window Dressing
We’re pleased to announce the release of our second round of Archival Kerchiefs. We’ve updated the original Archival pattern (by a few dots) and tweaked the kerchief’s overall dimensions (reducing the size down to 19″ x 19″). We’ve also added yellow to the colormix for a little Fall brightness. Kerchiefs are discharge printed on high quality, cotton linen. For more info, visit the Archival web shop. Thanks PDX gents Jordan Sayler (Winn Perry) and Patrick Long (Chester Wallace) for their in situ neckerchief modeling.
Congrats to Phuong L, winner of our summer Archival Rolltop Giveaway. For the contest, we asked fans to pick their favorite Archival Clothing Instagram photo. Winners were selected at random. Here is her Instagram photo selection:
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