Time to focus on our latest brands. With Howlin and Arvin Goods we can introduce you to two new labels, which convince by their local and sustainable productions. While Howlin, a Belgian brand, is more in the traditional way of traditional wool processing in Scotland, Arvin Good uses advanced recycling methods to make their socks. The Converse CONS "Workwear" Edition is all about the fabric which made the workers jackets so unique. The sturdy and indestructible canvas material of such jackets can also be found in the Chuck Taylor and Jack Purcell models at Converse, whereby the colors of the shoes correspond to the original workerwear jackets.
Howlin Megatron Men Sweater
100% sheep wool - Made in Scotland
Howlin is an Antwerp-based knitwear brand that produces various products in playful colors and patterns. In addition to the production in Ireland and Scotland, there are also several small productions in Belgium, in the home country of the founders Jan and Patrick Olyslager, in which the original pieces are knitted in-house.
Converse CONS "Workwear" Edition
Inspired by classic workwear jackets such as the carhartt chore jacket, this edition was designed by Converse CONS. The timeless design and the robust materials are in the foreground and fit perfectly to the current fashion spirit. The muted colors and the material mix of suede and canvas can be seamlessly adapt to any outfit, whether on the board or on the road.
Arvin Goods Socken
Arvin Goods produces stylish socks with the slogan "Recover, Return, Repeat!" By using recycled textile waste, the company saves on water and energy, which is usually wasted on cotton plants. All textiles are broken down into their basic fibers step by step and mixed with different threads to produce versatile products.