Produced in Japan this version of the Iconic Capandula is manufactured in Diaplex waterproof fabric with taped seams and waterproof zips.The fabric has a herringbone pattern on the outer shell
Originally produced circa 2000 the tie cord is the best selling trouser style ever produced by 6876 and has been re-interpreted in a PU proofed cotton by Cash Ca
Distinctive Pullover cape style jacket first produced in 2001 with side opening & inseam pouch pockets.
Fabric Polyester 90% Nylon 10%,plastic stud & velcro fastening
please study the measurement chart as this style has size specifications unique to Japanese manufacturing.
Dynami Moisture Control technology fused with classic military waffle knit sweat shirt.
Originally produced in Italy circa 1998 this modernist take on a Carcoat was recently part of the 6876 x Fred Perry blank Canvas collection and was manufactured in London utilizing British Millerain bonded cotton and its severe modern lineage include an under arm dart that extends to include the front pockets,side “open” pockets for access to under garments,distinctive graphic tab fastenings and a zip fly front to complete this high end sports take on the traditional short Mac.
Interpretation of classic 6876 shirt with military guard pocket and bound seams the Conner utilizes Thermocore hollow yarn technology to create a breathable,fast drying shirt with wicking capabilities.
Collaboration between the Japanese division of Cashca consists of three classic styles; the Capandula circa 2006, Orust circa 2001 and Tie cord trousers Circa 2000.
Each style was chosen by Kazuki Kuraishi from the 6876 archive and the brands worked together with resources in Japan to create these distinctive styles that are available in a limited release.
These styles have size specifications unique to Japanese manufacturing.
Film shot in Norfolk May 2011 by 6876 and Donald Milne as part of the 6876 x Rohan project.
Collaborative collection produced for winter 2011 as a precursor to Kenneth Mackenzie’s Laurel wreath consultancy.
The collection included the re-issue of the Lasdun Carcoat manufactured in London,Scottish merino wool Knitwear,needle cord and Oxford shirting plus structural support panel interpretations of the classic polo shirt.