There aren’t many good looking iPad Mini sleeves/cases on the market and so we’re glad that Herschel Supply Co.’s tossed their hat in the ring with the “Cypress Sleeve”. Each well-fitted sleeve is made from durable materials with inspiration taken from hard cover notebooks and fitted with an elastic closure. The sleeve features a full fleece interior, quality stitching around its hem and front logo embroidery. The Cypress Sleeve comes in a few different finishes including woodland camo, desert camo, and navy.
Herschel Supply Co. & New Balance have teamed up for a collection consisting of both bags and shoes. We’ve got looks at the trainers first, which showcase some welcomed detailings to New Balance’s iconic 420 running shoe and H710 hiking boot. Look for Herschel’s signature lining to be found on the inside of each shoe as well as custom branding on the tongues and insole. Look for the goods to hit select retailers in the weeks ahead.
Herschel Supply Co. has dropped looks for their Fall 2012 collection. Though the core lineup of styles hasn’t changed, the amount of detail and the infusion of new fabrics and prints throughout really takes the brand to new heights. Some desert camo is seen as well as paisley lining on some of the pieces. Look for the Fall/Winter 2012 collection to be available in the months ahead through select retailers as well as through the Herschel Supply Co. online shop.
Herschel Supply Co. is on a complete tear right now, boasting rapid growth primarily because of their ability to craft well-made product and offer them up at unbeatable price-points. Their Fall 2011 collection is looking quite promising as well with a few signature styles alongside some new designs, all being offered up in several colors and materials. More detailed look below.
The Novel duffel bag from Herschel Supply Co. has been out for quite sometime now but they just unveiled this nylon shell in both an army green and charcoal finish. It’s limited in numbers and features a separate shoe compartment and padded shoulder strap. The bag’s lined with Herschel’s Custom Fabric and is honestly a great weekend bag if you’re on a budget (and even if you’re not). I personally have it in black with tan leather detailing and the selling points for me were its simplistic design and functionality.
Stussy & Co., the brainchild of the Stussy Los Angeles chapter, recently teamed up with Canadian bag maker Herschel Supply Co. to drop a pair of bags each in the same colorway. We’re digging the end result, as the Settlement and Village styles chosen for this project are extremely functional and durable as well.
Herschel Supply Co. created this lookbook video showcasing the brand’s Settlement Bag. The backpack’s pretty legit as it comes in a few different shells like gray and red with gold zipper detailing.
Agenda was in full swing this week and the folks at Hypebeast really dug deep with some outstanding brands, including Canada-based Herschel Supply Co. Co-founder Jamie Cormack took some time out to speak about the brand’s history and preview what we can expect from Herschel’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection. Featured products include classic backpacks, duffels, totes, accessories and just about everything in between.
More shots and video after the jump.
We’ve been fans of Herschel Supply Co. for quite sometime, though they really won me over when I purchased their Novel Duffel a few months ago and never looked back. The company makes some really stand out bags while dropping them at prices that make purchasing one a no-brainer. They’ve dropped their Spring 2011 lookbook which gives us an idea as to what we can expect from the Canadian-based brand. (via hypebeast)
The Herschel Supply Co. is a Canadian-based manufacturer of travel goods, most notable for their duffels and backpacks. Their lineup is functional, aesthetically-sound and pretty damn affordable. I personally own one of their duffel bags, and I can tell you it’s now my go-to bag for weekend retreats and the sort. The coolest thing about it is that it has a separate compartment for your shoes, positioned at the bed of the bag. I use the compartment for my dirty kicks, but it can be used to store anything really.
The “Village” backpack might have to be added to my stable as it also features some enhancements that would definitely come in handy — the media pocket and fleeced lined sunglasses pocket. It’s pretty spacious as well as it can hold a 17-inch laptop and the backpack is fully padded for added support and protection.
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