Ash & Erie, formerly Ash & Anvil, is a clothing company that markets towards men who are 5’8 and below. Sometimes it can be difficult to find clothes that fit nicely for shorter men, and as many people know, the term ‘small’ can come in all shapes and size. If you are a shorter man and want dress clothes that conform nicely to your body you either have to get extremely lucky and find a shirt that fits, pay for a tailor, or take a look at Ash & Erie’s catalog which caters specifically to you.
Their dress shirts have a slim, modern cut to them. The length goes a little farther than the waist to the point where they could be tucked in, but they’re designed look good regardless of whether or not you tuck. The sleeves come down to the hand and shouldn’t ride up too much when moving around. Ash & Erie have an array of stylish shirts that can be worn year round for just about any occasion and go for $79.99. The shirts are already pre-shrunk and Ash & Erie offers free shipping on returns to make sure you get the right fit.
The company was started by two young men out of Detroit, Eric Huang and Steven Mazur who are respectively 5’8” and 5’6”. They lamented the fact there were big and tall clothing outlets but not much for shorter chaps. They launched an Indiegogo campaign and raised over 24,000 dollars, it proved the concept; shorter men will pay for clothes that accommodate their bodies.