Fabric Facts

Great clothing starts with great fabric. Learn more about the fabrics that are the backbone of our most popular products, from how they’re made to what we love about them.

  • Heavyweight Fleece

    Knit in Gaffney, South Carolina

    The fabric that started it all. We worked with Carolina Cotton Works of Gaffney, South Carolina to create the 100% cotton fabric for our first product, the Classic Full Zip. Developing the fabric domestically took over a year, as we worked to find the right gauge knitting machines. But it was worth it because unlike synthetics, it offers a warm and dry hand feel and stands up to wear with style. 13.1 oz per square yard, with a durable exterior and an interior that’s napped for softness.

  • Ponte

    Knit in Los Angeles, California

    When we looked at the women’s leggings on the market, we weren’t impressed. We wanted to do better, and that led us to develop the Pant Collection and its ponte fabric. We worked with Texollini of Los Angeles, California to create a custom-finished ponte that’s opaque, supportive, and comfortable all day. Plenty of stretch but holds its shape and never constricts. It’s the stretch pant, reinvented. 9.8 oz per square yard and made with 54% pro modal, 40% nylon, and 6% spandex.

  • Premium Slub

    Knit in Clover, South Carolina

    We spent over six months developing our premium cotton slub, looking for T fabric with a more elevated look. Our 100% cotton slub has a slightly raised texture caused by variations in the yarn, and the result is a more textured feel. It’s super soft, but weighty enough to hold its shape and drape perfectly. Constructed to prevent torquing and stretching. Custom developed with two unique weights: 6.6 oz per square yard for men, and 6.1 oz per square yard for women.

  • Roughneck Canvas

    Woven in Trion, Georgia

    Sourced from Mount Vernon Mills of Trion, Georgia, our workwear-inspired Roughneck Canvas is built for today. A rugged and functional canvas with a rich texture, but with a touch of stretch so it’s comfortable and ready to wear from day one. 9.7 oz per square yard and made with 98% cotton and 2% spandex.

  • Dakota Denim

    Woven in Trion, Georgia

    Custom developed with Mount Vernon Mills of Trion, Georgia, one of America’s last great denim producers. We wanted to create an indigo denim that felt like sturdy, old-school denim, but was still comfortable and easy to wear. After months of sampling and revisions, we created the Dakota Denim that’s durable, comfortable, and looks great, with a classic blue wash and hand-sanded finish. 12.5 oz per square yard and made with 80% cotton, 18% poly, and 2% spandex.

  • Sedona Denim

    Woven in Trion, Georgia

    Breathable stretch denim, designed for warm days and nights. It’s denim that holds you, moves with you, and is built to last. Light as a feather, but still tough as nails with just the right mix of softness, stretch, and recovery. Sourced from Mount Vernon Mills of Trion, Georgia. 8.75 oz per square yard and made with 56% cotton, 21% tencel, 21% poly, and 2% spandex.

  • Merino Wool

    Knit in Los Angeles, California

    We chose Merino wool for our sweaters because it’s one of the best performing natural fibers out there. It regulates body temperature, keeping you cool when it’s warm, and warm when it’s cool. Moisture-wicking and anti-microbial. 45% cotton makes our Merino blend soft, smooth, and machine washable. 55% Merino wool, 45% cotton.

  • American Midweight

    Knit in Candor, North Carolina

    Custom-developed for maximum coziness. When we worked on this fabric, we wanted to be a versatile midweight, so you can wear it almost everyday, and soft, so you never want to take it off. Our American midweight is made with cotton French terry for a smooth face, with a looped, spongey interior. Garment-dyed and prewashed for softness and rich color saturation. 11.4 ounces per square yard and made of 100% cotton.

  • Sierra Midweight

    Knit in Candor, North Carolina

    A workwear-inspired fabric, tightly knit to resemble the rich texture of canvas, but with the comfort of a sweatshirt. We developed this cotton canvas fabric with layering in mind, so it’s light enough to wear under your favorite jacket. Still substantial enough to wear on its down during early mornings and fall evenings. 8.5 ounces per square yard and made of 100% cotton.