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Waste(Twice) Army Parka

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Oct 9, 2009
Ironically inspired by 1940′s US Navy drab, the Waste(Twice) Army Parka is another simple and well-designed piece from the heritage brand. The jacket’s understated exterior includes a short brimmed hood with pockets cut slightly on th...

Waste(Twice) x Mt. Rainier 60/40 Parka

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Oct 8, 2009
Waste(Twice) continue on the path of revamping the iconic 60/40 Parka with a number of new releases for this season. The brand had previously created some other versions last year while these ones are slightly modified in both the color and pocke...

Waste(Twice) x Chapman “Kirk Beck” Bag

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Sep 9, 2009
Waste(Twice) has teamed up with British bag-makers Chapman to create a timeless piece of bag-design. Chapman is known for its high-quality bag creations while Waste(Twice) captures a vintage aesthetic in their collections. The “Kirk Beck...

waste(twice) 2009 Fall Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Aug 29, 2009
Japanese brand Waste(twice) have just previewed their Fall collection for 2009. The latest collection continues the brand’s aesthetic in similar style to previous releases. Sticking to subtle autumn colourways, the collection features a varied se...

waste(twice) Engineers Cap

UncategorizedComments ⋅ May 25, 2009
Japanese brand waste(twice) continue their classic Americana-inspired apparel with the release of their Engineers Cap. The 100% Cotton piece is finely crafted in two muted colorways, including beige and olive green. Both are available via Anout C...

waste(twice) Mr. HINSON’s Vest

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Apr 28, 2009
waste(twice) and their archival theme has seen some strong pieces as of late, from parkas with Mt. Rainier design to the Mr. HINSON’s vest seen here, the entire collection has been well curated to reflect their brand philosophy. The vest fe...

Waste(twice) 2009 Spring/Summer Releases

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Mar 26, 2009
Following a throwback Americana aesthetic, Japanese brand Waste(twice) pushes forth a noteworthy effort with simple, vintage-infused pieces. Amongst their latest releases are a handful of solid cut-and-sew t-shirts, railroad headwear, accessory b...

Waste(Twice) x Kelty Backpack

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Mar 25, 2009
For those heavy on the mountaineering tip, Waste(Twice) alongside outdoor brand Kelty have brought back a classic pack from the established label. With a legacy spanning over 50 years, the revival of this 1970′s style backpack includes a ni...

waste(twice) 2009 Spring/Summer Collection

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Feb 27, 2009
While we’ve seen multiple looks into select pieces from waste(twice), this look into the brand’s 2009 spring/summer collection offers a nice comprehensive look into the brand’s theme and aesthetic. The brand’s classic styl...

waste(twice) Seaman’s Pullover

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Feb 27, 2009
waste(twice) release a nice take on a traditional oceanic theme with their Seaman’s Pullover. The hoodie features some interesting vintage features such as a rope tie opening and oval shaped external pockets. Available now in two colors at...

Voyage by WASTE(twice) x Mt. Rainier 60/40 Mountain Hoodie

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Jan 16, 2009
As a secondary line, Voyage by WASTE(twice) follow up on the heels of their main line with a Mt. Rainier collaboration as their own. Working with a more diverse color palette, we see this offset by a more subtle style on the jackets body. The for...

WASTE(twice) x Mt. Rainier Design 60/40 Parka Jacket

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Jan 11, 2009
A brand whose no stranger to mountaineering themed collaborations, WASTE(twice) comes off the heels of two technical collaborations with Lowe Alpine last year to turn back the clocks with a classic piece with Mt. Rainier Design. Referencing the a...

Voyage by WasteTwice x Lowe Alpine Jacket

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
For many apparel brands, the thought of creating technical garments that embody their own specific visual aesthetics isn’t the hard point. However ensuring the piece meets performance standards is another more difficult task. Collaborations...