It's been some time since a sizable order of Altamont apparel has hit our floor, but this fall we're happy to welcome a surplus of various styles of tops and a few infamous pant selections. Altamont is known for their unique designs and fits of clothing, this fall order is nothing short of that. The Altamont Wafford Hooded Wovenshirt is a very interesting take on the classic flannel-hoodie combination; from there we also received the Altamont Reynolds Flannel and the Altamont Sup Pop Flannel, which is a collaboration with Sub Pop Records based out of Seattle. Sub Pop is well known for producing records for artists such as J Mascis, Father John Misty, King Tuff, The Postal Service, Soundgarden, and many more. We also received the Altamont Icon Fleece as a last piece to provide warmth as the cold rolls in. On the contraire of cold weather, for those warmer day's we're still relishing in for the moment received The Altamont Zero Six Henley, Altamont Bleeding Eye Raglan Tee, Altamont I wanna Be Ignored Tee, Altamont Leroy Tee, and the Altamont Death Tee featuring artwork from Daniel Johnson.