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October 2, 2007

{     Drifter • Fall 07'     }    

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When I see the leaves changing and the days growing shorter, I think to myself, “Crap.” Summer is ending and fall is beginning, which means it’s time to find those clothes to keep you warm and “cool” at the same time.

Recently Drifter gave me the good fortune to check on some of their goods for the Fall line, keeping to their pledge to remain unique and damn fine at the same time. Sporting a new selection of long sleeve tee blends, new prints, and a new inspiration (my favorite being the 1930’s design schemes) Drifter is proving once again that they’re worth it.

A few people have remarked that Drifter reaches a unique level of comfort and style that they have yet to encounter in other labels. One of the key reasons for this is something called Supima. Not to use my “Mr. Wizard” voice but, “What is Supima, you ask?” After some link following, we find the reason you never want to take Drifter off is the Supima, one of the softest and durable cotton fabrics in the world. Grown in the US of A it’s hard to understand why more designers don’t employ this variation of cotton for their own duds. Then again, this may also be the reason that we wait for Drifter to put up their “sale” marks by their stuff so we can afford it.

Either way, with a little patience and some personal selection, Drifter’s new stuff is worth the purchase. You can only own so many clothes, but it seems whenever Drifter reveals a new line it’s worth finding a little more space in the closet.

You can check out Drifter’s Fall line-up by clicking here: Drifter Online


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