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Monday
Sep242012

Burgundy

Autumn officially set in over this past weekend, so we decided we wanted to highlight some of our favorite offerings so far. What we've been finding in the last couple of weeks, is that we are continually drawn to items in various shades of Burgundy. We compiled a list of our favorites and highlighted two of our most liked from the lot.

Nº6 – This shell by Arcteryx Veilance, while not strictly Burgundy (it's labelled as Brick), is a great looking jacket that will perform under whatever environmental stresses you can possibly throw at it. A classic hooded parka, the Node IS Jacket features a GORE-TEX shell, fully taped seams to keep the jacket weatherproof, Coreloft insulation to keep you warm, an adjustable hood and internal stretch knit cuffs for comfort and elemental protection. There are also waterproof zip waist pockets and a number of internal pockets.
Details:
• Made in Canada
• GORE-TEX® shell
• Coreloft™ Insulation
• Taped seams
• Anatomically cut
• Engineered sleeves and cuff
• Stretch knit cuffs
• Adjustable hood
• Hidden waterproof zip waist pocket
• Interior zip pockets
• Interior pen pocke

Nº12 – Edwin, most notably known for their premium denim, is responsible for producing this soft and comfortable, thick striped wool blend sweater. I'll admit that I typically go for thick striped sweaters, which I find adds just the right amount of a casual prep vibe into my layered kit. When layering a sweater like this over a button down shirt, I tend to go with a smaller pattern if any, though usually a simple oxford shirt is the best base.
Details:
• Navy & Burgundy Stripe
• Crew Neck
• Ribbed Cuffs & Hem
• 50% Wool, 30% Acrylic, 20% Polyamide
• Fits True to Size
• Regular Cut

Which is your favorite burgundy item in this group?

Reader Comments (4)

first link is going to a pair of Rogue Territory jeans, not the Saturdays shirt

September 24, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterwwp

Fixed.

September 24, 2012 | Registered CommenterDarian Hocking

I'm definitely a fan of burgundy. It is such a rich color. I may have to pick up those chinos.

October 31, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMichael

That White Mountaineering x Porter Multi Pocket Daypack is a killer, but what's up with that pricetag? Wow.

November 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEl Pesó

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