We don't always put the same effort into buying our work clothes as we do our "after" work clothes or our weekend wardrobe. At Dave's New York, we know that sometimes we don't give our workwear a second glance, but considering how much time we spend wearing it and the miles that we put on it, it's definitely something to keep in mind. Of course, investing in functional and quality workwear can give you better mileage for less money, so it's worth considering what other benefits you might be able to get out of it. Continue reading
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There are days when the thermometer dips down low enough to chill every creature out there. On these very cold days, having not only a warm parka, but the warmest parka, can make the difference between barely getting by and being in toasty comfort. There are some great parka brands out there that make quality parkas with features that were designed with the customer in mind. Dave's New York would like to share 3 of these gems with you as we head into the winter months. Continue reading
Hooded sweatshirts and pullovers, also known as hoodies, are one of the most popular articles of clothing among the younger generation of adults and teens. Hoodies date back many decades, but they increased in popularity in the 1980s and 90s. This was largely due to iconic movies like Rocky and famous singers and rappers sporting the look. Clothing items come in and out of fashion, but at Dave's New York, we think the hoodie is here to stay as a staple in the American closet. Here's why. Continue reading
April showers do indeed bring May flowers but so too do they often bring those torrential rain storms. Spring is here, as is the need to have waterproof clothing and appropriate outerwear. Both the Columbia Sportswear Company and The North Face Company have been making weather protective apparel for over a half-century. Both companies will keep you warm when the temperatures plunge far below zero and keep you dry when the rain seems to never end. These outerwear performance companies have you covered! When those April showers turn to downpours, either Columbia’s Watertight II or The North Face Men’s Resolve will keep you dry. Continue reading
The North Face is one of the most recognizable brands in the world. Known for offering gear for the most adventurous, they have almost everything you need to make a camping, hiking, skiing, or mountaineering trip successful. But, it wasn’t started on the coldest part of a mountain as its name states--it was started in the North Beach area of San Francisco. Douglas and Susie Tompkins came up with the idea for a ski and backpack store and founded it in 1966. The products they carried were sold at their small retail store and through mail-order. For the opening, they booked the Grateful Dead for a set and Kool-Aid was served. Continue reading
Widely known for their warm winter boots, jackets and coats, The North Face makes other great products as well, including North Face footwear, featuring functional sneakers. Offering the same quality, technology and innovation you've come to expect with The North Face winter gear, their sneakers are durable options while trekking through the streets this summer, while vacationing, taking part in a softball game or even just leisurely throwing a football in a park. Dave’s New York features great North Face shoe options, including the below GTX and XCR sneakers. Continue reading
The North Face® is known world-wide for functional pieces that last for years and provide ultimate protection from cold winter winds and temperatures. Whether you need high quality outerwear for outdoor work or your daily commutes, The North Face® has parkas to meet your needs. Dave’s New York has a great selection of both men’s and women’s parkas to choose from.
The North Face McMurdo Parka is sure to help you beat an arctic chill while being insulated with 550 fill goose down. Booth the hood and the faux fur trim surrounding it are detachable depending on your needs or preferences. A plethora of pockets are supplied to either warm your hands are keep necessities nearby. Those pockets include two alpine pockets, an internal media pocket, internal water bottle pocket, two hand cargo pockets and a sleeve pocket. The North Face parka also has waist and hem cinch-cords to assure a perfect fit.
Another 550 fill goose down option is The North Face Yellowband Parka. The waterproof parka is breathable and seam sealed with a fully adjustable, removable insulated hood. The faux fur trim is detachable as well and to help meet your storage needs, The North Face parka includes two snap-down chest pockets, a bicep pocket, two hand pockets and an internal security pocket. The outer shell is composed of 100% Nylon faille HyVent® 2L. The self fabric adjustable cuff tabs assure comfort as well.
For you ladies who need a heavy duty parka to help you get through a cold winter, look no further than The North Face Arctic Parka. A longer length and insulation of a 550 fill goose down assures extra protection and warmth while baring the temperatures. The waterproof parka is also breathable and seam sealed and the fully insulated hood is adjustable and comes with the ability to remove the faux fur trim that surrounds it. This North Face womens jacket is equipped with two top-entry chest pockets and two hand pockets. A two-way center front zipper is secured with a snap-down closure. For extra protection against the wind and other elements, the sleeves are equipped with internal fleece cuffs.
The cold winter air doesn’t have to mean a cold commute is your only option if you are equipped with a parka from The North Face®. Whether male or female, Dave’s New York has The North Face® parkas you need to beat the chill this winter.
When the snow begins to fall, it’s essential to pull out, or purchase, good winter boots. Whether you’re working on a site, hunting, or just shoveling the snow from your sidewalk or driveway, look for boots that are not just warm, but waterproof and insulated as well. Another aspect to check is the bottom of the sole. Since you will be treading on top of ice and snow and other wet elements it’s important to find something as slip resistant as possible. Consider these selections from Dave’s New York:
Sorel always brings us a good variety of winter work boots. These winter boots are also waterproof and have higher coverage (9”) around the ankle which helps assure the snow can’t find its way inside our shoes. Comprised of seam sealed waterproof vulcanized rubber shell, and an upper of waxed canvas this boot is made for wet climates.. This Sorel 1964 boot also has a removable 9mm washable recycled felt inner boot liner. The boot is Sorel rated to withstand temperatures below 40 degrees.
If you’re planning on spending some time in a tree-stand this winter, doing some ice-fishing, or any other outdoor winter activity, The North Face has many great boot options. The North Face Chilkat II is a versatile all-purpose winter boot with PrimaLoft Eco insulation which provides warmth to -25 degrees Fahrenheit and also has great grip on all types of frozen surfaces. Waterproof with a Dri-Lex fleece collar and tongue lining, these boots are equipped with rust-proof hardware and are anatomically engineered with injection-molded waterproof TPR shell and forefront grooves.
If your profession demands a steel toe boot as one of your everyday requirements, Timberland has a great winter option. The Timberland Steel Toe pro 65016 work boot not only gives you the safety your work demands, but does so with premium waterproof leather and warm 200 Gram Insulation. It’s constructed of a lightweight PVC midsole, contoured shock diffusion plate and gives extra support with a molded nylon shank. One other benefit to these Timberland Pro’s – the Ortholite footbed with Agion anti-microbial cover. It’s also compliant with ASTM F2412-05, ASTM2413-05, I/75 – impact, and C/75 – compression standards.
For your outdoor needs this upcoming winter there are great boot selections available at Dave’s New York. Be sure to protect your feet regardless of whether you’re at work, hunting or shoveling snow during the frigid winter months.
We’ve made the executive decision to not talk about tomorrow being World Rabies Day (though we really hope the United Nations mentions it while they’re still in General Assembly mode because, well, they started the whole thing in 2007 and…whups, okay, we’re not gonna talk about it). Tomorrow is, then, Moon Unit Zappa’s birthday. That’s Frank’s daughter. And Naomi Watts. And it’s Teachers’ Day in Taiwan. Which ends up as one mishmash of a day. We say, keep things in order with the clothes on you with these great selections from Dave’s New York:
The North Face Shoes keeps you perfectly in stride in a pair of The North Face Men’s Ultra 105 GTX XCR sneakers. With these, you have a superb combination of breathability, thanks to that open-sandwich mes upper and tongue, and waterproofing, which is inside courtesy of a versatile membrane. You have a molded rubber toe cap to guard against bumps and abrasions. Plus, there’s an ergonomic footbed to pad your steps. It’s like walking all day long on a long ribbon of shag carpeting. They are available in Alloy Grey with Sienna Orange.
Wrangler Pants begins the zone with its Wrangler Riggs Rigstop Ranger Work Pants. Woven onto the seams are threads of ripstop nylon, and they’re designed to, er, stop rips. Those threads are keeping the 100% durable cotton together around your legs. Plenty of tool pockets and a hammer loop on these, great for all your stuff. And the special leather tape measure holder pocket is front and right-center—a sporty and practical addition. Available in Slate, Dark Brown, Bark and Loden.
Woolrich Shirts makes what we can only describe as “groovy” with the Woolrich Rock Pass LS Shirt. Available in Bluestone, Everglade, and Shale, it’s constructed of all-cotton twisted plainweave, and each color holds a truly great and distinctive pattern. Detailing includes a spread collar, a single patch pocket and a double-layer back yoke with pleats. On the sleeves you’ll find elegant single-button cuffs. They’ve pebble-washed this, so it will feel wonderfully soft right from the start.
We’re no psychics, but this blog is going to take a stand and make a prediction: The sun will come up tomorrow. Whups. Wrong prediction. Here it is: We are officially past the brutal dog days of summer. We might get a touch of Indian Summer; it’s happened before, it’s likely to happen again. Still: the humidity seems to have broken—at least here on the east coast. If that’s true, well, it might well be time to adjust the wardrobe. At Dave’s New York, we have everything you need to make that transition in a smooth, fashionable way.
Hanes briefs takes the whole boxer or brief question and answers very diplomatically with its Hanes Boxer Briefs. These are the quintessential combination of underwear that provide equal measures of classic comfort, timeless style and fashionable flair. They’re made of a 100% superSoft ring-spun cotton. Take extra comfort with that waistband with is layered with fabric and arrives with a tagless label. You get four of them per package.
The North Face shoes adjusts for the change of seasons with its The North Face Ultra GTX sneakers. They are incredibly versatile, just as at home in nature as they are in the urban jungle. Your leather upper overlay is complemented by a breathable mesh upper and tongue that are waterproof. To pad against bumps and stubs, there are molded rubber toe caps up front. And the ergonomic footbed will shock-absorb your pounding both the pavement and the trail. Inside, your midsole is compression-molded, with an injection-molded shank plate. That all adds up to one incredibly smooth walking and hiking experience.
Carhartt jeans gives us a perfect transition with its Carhartt Washed Denim Work Pants. Available in Darkstone, Deepstone and Heritage Dark, you’ll benefit greatly from the full seat and thighs, allowing for ease of your every movement. Made of all-cotton denim, these are perfect for any and every season and temperature, so the dog days of summer and Indian Summer will be a piece of cake for you. Plus, you have a gaggle of tool and utility pockets and the ubiquitous hammer loop.