On the heels of our scarf order, Columbiaknit just delivered a new production run of Archival sweatshirts in gray french terry and navy/white chevron stripe. The french terry was recently knit by Columbiaknit in their Portland, Oregon factory; the chevron is a new old stock floor fabric. The new sweatshirts, produced exclusively for Archival Clothing, are constructed with chain-stitching on the neck tape and waist ribbing. Flat-lock stitching along the sleeves and body creates an extremely comfortable seam which lies flat to the garment. All other seams are cover-stitched. Archival specified a midweight, all cotton fabric for Spring/Summer wear. The fit is modern. Sizing from XS to XL. XXS in the works. Made in Portland, Oregon.
Archival Update: AC x Columbiaknit Sweatshirts
AC x Columbiaknit sweatshirt in french terry
The sweatshirts are available through the AC web shop and the following Archival retailers: The Tannery (Boston) and Goose Barnacle (Brooklyn).
5 thoughts on “Archival Update: AC x Columbiaknit Sweatshirts”
I love the sweater, but get much more excited when I see the inspiration!
Could you make a navy sweat shirt with a block coloured body & navy/white striped sleeves?
Anon: We’re working with the colors that Columbiaknit has in stock for now, and I don’t think we’ll do any multi-colored models in the next few runs. For a few patchwork, US-made sweatshirts, check out Left Field.
I ordered the navy stripe and I can’t say how much I love it. Thanks for offering such a super product.
can you remake the st. louis browns sweatshirt? bad ass