The Arbor Collective announced their 2011 Fall/Holiday collection yesterday, which is hitting stores now. Both men’s and women’s lines will be made entirely from bamboo-based fabrics, and handmade in the US.
On top of the normal tees and hoodies, Arbor will be offering their new stretch twill pants on both the men’s and women’s lines. They’re also dropping several new beanies and belts to go with their already extensive accessories line.
The Arbor Collective is pleased to announce that its 2011 Fall/Holiday apparel is now hitting stores. The new collection is made almost exclusively from bamboo-based fabrics, which is the most renewable and sustainable raw material available. Arbor is also proud to offer high quality t-shirts that are handmade in the USA. The Arbor men's line features artist series tees, premium tops, fleece, jackets, wovens and the all-new stretch twill pants. The Arbor women's line features artist tees, premium tops, layering, novelty tops, wovens, and also for women, new stretch twill pants. In the accessories line, Arbor is happy to release an array of new beanies and the new Traverse and Legacy belts along with all of the classic hats and Icon belts for which the brand is so well known. "We use bamboo as a basis of most of our apparel because we feel it provides the best combination of eco and performance benefits, more than any other raw material available,” said Arbor’s apparel sales manager, Drew Hopkins. “We feel like this new Fall/Holiday line is our strongest offering yet including our new stretch twill pants that are arguably the most comfortable option on the market. Trying is believing!"