Nigel Cabourn Blog Journal – Page 2
Nigel Cabourn x Haglöfs AW21

Nigel Cabourn x Haglöfs AW21

Exclusively available in store at The Army Gym London “The collaboration began when Paul Cosgrove - Product Director at Haglöfs approached me after being friends in the industry for years. He and I were really interested in creating a technical...

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Nigel Cabourn x Mihara Yashurio Military Sneakers in Rough Tan and Swiss Green

Nigel Cabourn X Mihara Yasuhiro AW21

This seasons Nigel Cabourn X Mihara Yasuhiro collaboration takes its inspiration from one of Nigel’s favourite archive pieces, the Swiss Army Rucksack.  Originally used by the Swiss Army, it was later adopted by ex soldiers and mountaineers due to its comfort....

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Nigel Cabourn | The Wanderer

Nigel Cabourn | The Wanderer

Into the wilderness, the longing for open space, time to think, time to breathe, the need to not be tied down by the mundanity of the day to day. The chance of freedom, the chance to re-engage. Equipped with the...

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In Depth: The Sweatshirt

In Depth: The Sweatshirt

The sweatshirt - two sleeves, a crew neck and some jersey cotton - it’s pretty straightforward, isn’t it? But like all great design, this seemingly simple creation didn’t just materialise out of thin air - and whilst it sometimes feels...

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An Afternoon in Covent Garden

An Afternoon in Covent Garden

With our London shop down on Henrietta Street in Covent Garden finally open once again, now seemed like a good time to take a walk around the area, and mention a few places that are worth a visit. Although various...

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An Interview with Tom Shilton

An Interview with Tom Shilton

It’s fair to say we’ve got some pretty fascinating customers—each with their own unique style, and each with a story to tell—so we thought it’d nice to introduce some of them.

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The Roll Call: Military Trousers

The Roll Call: Military Trousers

It’s no secret that the world of vintage military clothing plays a huge part in Nigel Cabourn’s design process, and nowhere is this more obvious than his trouser range. From the camo pattern used on his cargo pants, to the...

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