I want to know what baseball team wears jackets as kick ass as these Save Khaki Wool Baseball Jackets, so I can try out for ‘em. If I knew I could get my hands on a New England-made, shawl collared, snap buttoned beauty like this, I’d practice, throwing and… um… batting, and…. uh… sliding?
I DARE YOU to call these Wool Baseball Pants from Muttonhead “sweatpants.” Try it, and the incredibly talented ladies who designed them might come for your neck. See, even though these Canadian-made trou have a drawstring and elastic ankle typical of a sweatpant, they also have impeccable craftsmanship and are made from sustainable wool.
Do you know what it feels like to be overprotected? I don’t mean Peyton Manning all-day-in-the-pocket-to-throw-bombs protection; I mean three layers of waterproof / breathable protection from the elements, like you get with these 3L Tech UX Parkas from Isaora. Poseidon’s wrath couldn’t penetrate these Portuguese-made, Japanese nylon, fish tail style shells.
These new Trail Resin Colognes from Juniper Ridge are made using “steam-distillation, enfleurage, tincture, and infusion.” I don’t know what any of those things are either, but I do know that they result in some seriously amazing fragrances (the all-natural, sustainably-harvested ingredients help too, I’m sure).
Okay guys, just for a minute, try and look past bgreen apparel’s not super awesome name, and not super awesome website, and not super awesome photography, and just focus on the actual product – an American-made, organic cotton / recycled poly, classic crew neck sweat that only costs $54.
If someone were to tell me that the idea / designs for AXS Folk Technology came to founder Kyle Ng during a vision quest in the Mojave desert, I’d probably believe them. Because these trippy clothes are not only trail-ready, they’ll also have you seeing trails. Okay, that joke wasn’t good, but the label’s US-made, Read more
It seems like only yesterday that I was in the 7th grade and my Nike windbreaker was rubbing up against Angel Kubin’s North Face at the homecoming dance, making sweet nylon-on-fleece music. That’s why these new US-made Windbreaker and Fleece overshirts from Gitman Vintage hold such sentimental value for me.
Do you like durable construction and high quality materials? Do you like insane-o bargains? Do you like pants? Then boy do I have some good news for you. Our buddies at Taylor Stitch are taking pre-orders for their new Standard Issue Chinos, and offering a hugely discounted price for anyone that buys early.
It makes me sad that East Dane made this S.N.S. Herning Naval Jacket look so pedestrian with their Gap Factory Outlet styling, but that doesn’t deter me from wanting one. The details alone – 100% virgin wool, unlined, slim cut and carefully made by some sweet, old Latvian lady – are (almost) enough to make Read more