Victory Journal

Victory Journal is a print and digital publication devoted to the intersection of sport and culture. Rather than engage in statistical analysis or partisan squabbling, Victory spotlights the drama of sport and the enduring glory of athletic pursuits the world over.

Calling on an elite roster of like-minded contributors, Victory provides a forum for work that is unapologetically enthusiastic and uncompromisingly human. Through extensive reporting, probing personal essays, award-winning photography, illustration, and original films and animations, Victory embraces both classic storytelling methods and those just beginning to emerge.

Now available to buy as an official stockist from 6876

6876 x Sanders

18 years since we last worked together Sanders and Six Eight Seven Six hve once again developed footwear together again.

Military Apron Derby from Archival last and design originally supplied to the Ministry of Defence .

Oiled Suede & waxed leather options. :: leather lined,itshide studded rubber sole / block heel & Goodyear Welt :: Made in the United Kingdom.

SIGG x 6876

 

We are delighted to be working with a brand we’ve long admired and have been a regular consumer of for many years.

Sigg (Established 1908) in Switzerland and still manufactured in Frauenfeld.

The Swiss original in a classic design. Made from a single piece of high-quality

aluminum, making it light and strong. It keeps a tight seal, even with carbonated drinks. The highly elastic interior coating is resistant against fruit acids, is tasteless and free from BPA and phthalates. The practical screw cap enables comfortable carrying with just one finger.

Main Photograph Arved Colvin-Smith & colour Daniel Jenkins Purposeful Activity.

 

Black project 07:

Black 100% Lambswool Scarf from Lochcarron of Scotland  Black on black

Printing by our specialist studio in London of the 6876 Unique woodcut font in stencil form

Limited production

 

Woodcut Stencil printed Scarf

100% Lambswool Scarf produced by Lochcarron of Selkirk in Scotland Established 1892 and printed by our specialist printer in London who worked with renowned Artists & design projects.

Woven scarf printed with the unique 6876 Woodcut Stencil Print

Colours Grey & Black Watch Tartan which is a collaboration with C’H’C’M

Scotland:

Haley Stevenson / Hancock  / Jennifer Kent / Lochcarron

A series of products produced in Scotland or using components that are manufactured  in Scotland for Six Eight Seven Six featuring Outerwear,Knitwear and accessories.

Launching for Autumn Winter 2019 and continuing into Spring Summer 2020

Photography : Donald Milne

Location: The Forth Road Bridge

Six Eight Seven Six & The Sock Council

Collaborative product with Reuven Fletcher and his brand The Sock Council which continues our work together after the successful range of socks produced with Corgi.

Gil Bobble hat named after the great Gil Scott-Heron American; Poet,songwriter & political activist

100% Merino wool manufactured in the United Kingdom