These are the clothes you live in every single day. The shirt you throw on when you wake up. The beanie you wear eight days in a row. The pants you wear when you’re not wearing ski pants. We designed this line because skiers wear their gear off the hill, too, and you need clothes that’ll last and function at a high level, even when you’re just hauling too many bags through the airport or shoveling snow off your deck. We could call it technical après-ski gear, but that just sounds ridiculous. So we’ll call it the Habitat Line instead.
Royal Shirt/Yukon Pant:
Yes, we know you already own a half dozen plaid, button-up, long-sleeved shirts. But trust us, the Royal Shirt is different. It’s far more versatile than those other closet fillers. Mainly because of the fabric: a smart blend of polyester and spandex for a rugged, yet instantly-drying combo. Then there’s the Yukon Pant, made from stretch nylon twill and designed for bouldering or construction projects. You can climb a mountain or attend a board meeting in this getup. In other words, you’ll live in it.
Don’t take life too seriously. It’s supposed to be fun, after all. Fun is the name of the game with the Wild Child Shirt—an eccentric, printed, button-up shirt with the stretch and the mobility of a tech tee but the look of your favorite party shirt. And while we’re having fun, the Hardcastle Short is up for anything—it’s got a drawstring waistband for custom fits and stretchy comfort and moisture-wicking fabric designed for long runs or a walk in the park.