Wild Bunch x 6876

Wild Bunch x Six Eight Seven Six

A working and friendship relationship that has lasted 26 years; Neil Morris in his various projects and brands has always been a supporter and friend to 6876.

From the legendary Drooghi Magazine and subsequent store (which stocked 6876) forged in Wales to his footwear brands Veras and Wild Bunch Styles we’ve worked on projects and bonded over our Celtic roots.

Starting with a support letter to the Prince’s trust for the seminal Drooghi Magazine to the current launch of the Avilés boot manufactured in Spain the journey continues.


Premium suede upper with contrast stitching mid height boot with Vibram sole for maximum comfort and grip. Available in Black &  Whiskey colours.

Orea Denim Shirt

New version of the Orea Overshirt manufactured at our bespoke factory in London.

40z pre washed denim with cotton poplin check lining in the body.

Central chest pocket and signature cuff & elbow darts with a back box pleat

Courtney & Co buttons.

Thompson Jacket : Scotland Project.

In 2004 inspired by the books and letters of Hunter S  Thompson most notably Fear and Loathing in America: The Brutal Odyssey of an Outlaw Journalist 1968–1976″

Six Eight Seven Six  developed a collection which would reference but modernise classic American workwear styles; utilising & developing these garments with new details, trims and producing them in unique & progressive hybrid technical fabrics.

One of these styles was the Thompson jacket which we have decided to produce again  as part of our Scotland Project. Fabric : “Dry Wax” Herringbone 100% cotton from Dundee’s Halley Stevenson & manufactured in Scotland.

Corozo buttons custom made in the UK by Courtney & Co. 

Raasay Bag

As part of our Bshop Japan  collaboration we were invited to work on our own version of a Brady Bags Established  1887 : The Raasay is an interpretation of the Brady staple the Kinross Tote : We increased the size of the bag plus adding & increasing the size of the inside pockets as well as adding our branding & unique colours: It is made using traditional triple layered water-resistant canvas, with bridle leather strap and trim, neatly finished with an adjustable cotton web strap.

Duror Jacket

January 2023 Bshop & 6876 reconvened our relationship at the studio in the Brunswick Centre HQ.

The aim to produce unique and high quality products in collaboration for predominately the Japanese market.

As the buyers studied recent and archive garments they singled out a once sampled but enevr produced modernist pullover in a light technical cloth. The Bshop vision was to slightly remodel the scale and shape and produce in Ventile which immediately raised profile of the style.

From this meeting the Duror style was born as the signature garment of the collection which also features Le Tricoteur , Brady bags and Lochcarron Scarfs.

Tartan Scarfs AW2023

As part of our A23 collaboration we have reintroduced and updated our work with Lochcarron of Scotland’s  100% lambswool scarfs. Hand printed in London  incorporating text and the 6876 original woodcut font.

Buchanan Tartan : “Madison Square Garden 26/7/1972 New York City”

Ken Buchanan v Roberto Duran WBA Light Middle weight Title Fight

Thompson tartan

” Yesterday’s weirdness is tomorrow’s reason why”

Gonzo / Hunter S Thompson : Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail ’72

New York City Tartan

“Make your Mark in New York  and you are a made man”  Mark Twain

Created to celebrate Tartan Day on the 6th of April 2002, held in New York City. The tartan depicts the colourings of the streets and buildings of the city, with the green section representing Central Park. The two black stripes are to honour the memory of the twin towers of the World Trade Centre, with the blue section recognising the island of Manhattan surrounded by the Hudson & East rivers.

Le Tricoteur


Le Tricoteur for 6876 & BShop

Guernsey Patois, or Guernesiais as it is known locally, is a very ancient tongue indeed. A descendant of old Norman French and developed in splendid isolation within the island it has become a true ‘language apart’.

The loss of Normandy in 1204 by the then English King John and the subsequent election by the Channel Islands to stay loyal to the English crown meant that the Norman French spoken by the islanders was destined to follow a different path to that on mainland France.

The quintessential fisherman’s jumper in traditional deep Navy.

Featuring a tightly woven worsted wool body with ribbing at the shoulder and side seam splits.Hand finished by local knitters trained and living on the island of Guernsey.

Le Tricoteur prides itself on using only traditional manufacturing methods handed down through the centuries