1620 Workwear, premium apparel made in America with American-sourced materials. The product is designed to last up to 10 times longer than standard workwear and features the fit and comfort of high performance outdoor apparel. Co-founder Ted De Innocentis previously ran product development and factories in Asia for leading outdoor brands like Arc’teryx before realizing his dream of bringing that same quality, comfort and durability to American workers with a product made on American soil.
1620’s newest introduction, The Overall ($248), is a fully-featured design made with 1620’s proprietary stretch NYCO (nylon-cotton) Cordura fabrics that provide full mobility, breathability and protection from the most demanding work environments. The water- and grease-repellent, abrasion-resistant fabrics protect from weather and rough surfaces and won’t melt even from extreme heat. The overalls are completed with a true, full double-layer knee and thigh, a gusseted crotch, articulated legs and multiple pockets.
For the summer months, the all-new 1620 Utility Shorts ($128) were released this spring with multiple work-site features including a hammer loop, an extra-long zippered back pocket for valuables, utility pockets to fit tools, pencils and mobile devices, a military-spec shank button, YKK zippers and wide belt loops. The shorts are made with stretch NYCO fabrics to ensure durability and comfort in a modern style.
To view the entire collection and purchase items, visit 1620USA.