San Francisco-Based Clothing Retailer to Open 14th Street Store

by Tim Regan September 30, 2015 at 2:30 pm 2 Comments

1627 14th Street NW

A San Francisco-based clothing retailer is set to arrive on 14th Street.

Marine Layer, which bills itself as a “a San Francisco-based premium casual apparel brand,” is slated to open a location at 1627 14th Street NW in the “last week of October or the first week of November,” said company representative John Ferrin.

A walk through the company’s website reveals “absurdly soft” T-shirts, button-downs, sweaters, pants and accessories for men and women. Most of the company’s clothing sells for roughly $40 to $100.

“We sell through our website and our retail stores in San Francisco, LA, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, NY and Miami (and expanding),” reads a recent Craigslist job posting. “We are a fast-growing company whose success has been built on a small, passionate team that works hard and has a lot of fun.”

  • r00k33

    Can confirm, I have a hoodie from my SF-dwelling brother that is absurdly soft.

  • Anonymous!

    I find this sort of annoying because basically all my clothes are from there (they’re fantastic, well-made, not made in sweatshops, and yes, super soft), and now there’ll be a bunch of DC bros wearing the same shirts as me. I’m happy they’re successful, just remember that I knew about them before they were cool 😉


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