Sometimes the most simple garments are the ones that look the best, the ones that can be worn day after day, rain or shine, summer or winter – there’s a reason they’re timeless. Archival Clothing worked with one of the last remaining companies creating knitwear in the United States, Columbiaknit – to revisit an essential wardrobe staple, the crew neck sweatshirt. Altering it with a modernized fit that isn’t too slim, but still fitted enough to be worn by itself, or layered. Made of an 8-9oz mid-weight terry cloth, it is amazingly comfortable and already feels like you’ve been wearing it for the last five years. The construction is top-notch: rib V insert at the neck, chain-stitched neck & waist ribbing and a cover stitch along the sleeves which makes them fall perfectly on the arms… a lot of sweatshirts have that awkward “bunched up” look – this one does not. They’re available in limited quantities over at the Archival Clothing web store in two different colors: smokey grey & chevron stripe. If they’re out of your size, don’t worry – they’ll be restocked shortly. If you’re impatient, my buddy Jason has these available over at Wilderness Workshop.