Freshness Feature: A Tradition of Craftsmanship: M.S.R. Shirt Makers

By - September 7th, 2010

Freshness Feature: A Tradition of Craftsmanship: M.S.R. Shirt Makers

Whether you have noticed it or not, we have been slowly expanding our features section of the site. Recently, we’ve done pieces on adidas MEGA and Self Edge that have provided exclusive and in-depth interviews and a wealth of visuals that we are quite proud of. Our latest feature is about a shop that is a hidden gem in suburban New Jersey, just across the Hudson from New York City. The shop is known by many in the high-quality garment industry, but not many outside of it. Named M.S.R. after Mike, Suzanne, and Robert Ak, the shop constructs shirts of unparalleled quality for the likes of Engineered Garments and Unis. They also made the button up shirts for Supreme for a decade, helping the brand develop the rich reputation it still enjoys today. Check after the jump for a story of devotion and uncompromising precision, and get ready for more features on the horizon.

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