These Jackets and Hoodies Were Made in SF, for SF
Consider Deso your premier adventure supplier
Day comes when a man has to go beyond the Patagonia.
We know what you’re thinking: But what will I wear to the Marina Safeway?!
We have the answer, and it’s an outerwear brand that not only designs their gear in San Francisco, but manufactures everything here, as well.
Singular and refreshing in style, Deso Supply is making the clothes you’ll want to wear: hoodies, half-zips and pullovers that’ll play from your neighborhood grocer to the extreme climes of (actual) Patagonia.
We have two items in particular for your shopping list.
If you, like the guy standing next to us in line at Bi-Rite complaining very loudly about this particular problem, can’t find a hoodie you like, we recommend the Gefo half-zip hoodie.
That zip really is a half-zip, giving you plenty of room to move when getting in or out of it. It’s slim-fitting, so it won’t bulk up under a jacket, and a notably high neckline will keep you dry. And the hood is double-lined, so it’s heavy enough to stay put and to add some serious warmth.
We also rec their backpack collab with Alpin. This is a seriously good-looking update of (we’re pretty sure) John Muir’s backpack. Anybody who doesn’t like this backpack is wrong.
We say buy online now — otherwise, you can hold on for an upcoming pop-up shop at the equally upcoming debut of Yotel.
But why wait? Life is short. So move fast.
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