Chino feature slideshow


    An early form of modern camoflouge, chino cloth was the brainchild of a mid-19th century British Army officer stationed in India, who dyed his cotton pajamas with plant extracts. Soon armies everywhere were wearing a version of the uniform crafted from the lightweight, durable twill called "chino."

  • Autograph Style

    Our name and address labels are fashioned after the ink-stained identification tags found on vintage military duffels. Similar to their predecssors, they instantly imbue each item with the storied look of an heirloom.