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Odds ‘n’ Ends Sale

We just moved offices from one side of Lincoln street to the other! In honor of the occasion, we’ll be hosting the First Annual Odds’n’Ends Sample Sale on Friday, May 18th from 12-7 PM. Come on down to our new space at 445 Lincoln Street in Eugene, Oregon. We’ll have samples, seconds, discontinued items, and …

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Update – Archival Scarves and Tees

We’re releasing Archival cotton jersey scarves and tees in new colors for Spring/Summer. Our shirts are made of soft 7 oz cotton jersey, with chain-stitched neck tape, cover-stitched collar seam, double needle sewn hem and perfect fit – slim, not tight. Crafted from the same cotton jersey as our Archival tees, the Archival scarves feature …

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Archival Field Trip – Portland

Snap views from last month’s field trip up to PDX. Coffee at The Fresh Pot Pina in 3D – Cinema 21 House of Vintage Print ephemera at the S. Glass household Jarom at Reveille (great source for Rising Sun & Mister Freedom) Engineered Garments and Tellason denim at Blake Made in USA daypack at Levi’s …

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Archival Visit – HUGE magazine

Last weekend we were honored with a visit from the Japanese “hi-style” magazine HUGE. HUGE is doing a feature on Oregon manufacturers and we were pleased that they included Archival in their itinerary. On Sunday, the HUGE team visited our sewing contractor’s facility in Springfield to get some live action snaps of Terry at work. …

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Archival Storefront

We often get emails about whether Archival has a retail store in Eugene, Oregon (our hometown). While we do have a commercial building in Eugene, it’s primarily used as a warehouse and shipping center. If you make an appointment (via info@archivalclothing.com), we’d be happy to show you our wares in person. If we did have …

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Archival Field Trip – Eastern OR

Tromping through the sage. Photo by Rick. I got to spend a few great days out in eastern Oregon with a longtime friend of Archival. While we didn’t have the most productive hunt, we chose to see it as a scouting trip. After a cold, slow day outside of Hermiston, we went down to the …

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Tanner Goods for Archival Canine Collar

Tanner for Archival Collar We asked Tanner Goods, a Portland based leather goods company, to make a special edition of their canine collar for Archival. Constructed from 9/10 oz Vegetable-dyed English Bridle leather, the Archival Canine Collar features a solid brass buckle and a heavy-duty welded D ring for attaching a leash. The edges are …

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Oregon Cycling Garb: J & G Cyclewear

Jackson & Gibbens got going in Archival’s hometown – Eugene, Oregon – in the 1970s when Mark Jackson couldn’t find a good bicycling jacket for a good price. They’re still going strong, and everything is still made in Oregon. We’re thinking about carrying the J&G cyclist’s rain cape, which, as long as you have fenders …

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New: Archival Rugby Shirt

We love wearing a classic rugby shirt as a casual, durable layer for rough work and play. Our new Archival Rugby Shirt, made just for us by Columbiaknit, can take the toughest treatment. The fabric is a traditional 10 ounce cotton jersey knitted in Portland, Oregon. It is incredibly soft but resilient. We’ve kept all …

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