Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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If these Raglan T-Shirts from Reigning Champ look kind of nondescript and unexciting, it’s because they are, and that’s the whole point. Made in Canada out of 100% cotton jersey, the shirts are simple, well fitting, high quality basics that you can wear for a really, really long time.
The world could use a few more brands like Appalatch. Founded in 2012 by do-gooders Grace Gouin and Mariano deGuzman, the North Carolina based company is defined as much by its ethos as its products. Striving to produce the best garments they can with the least amount of environmental impact possible, the company has developed Read more
In a way, buying a new jacket this late in the season kind of feels like throwing in the towel; like letting (this seemingly endless fucking) winter win. But, if that jacket happens to be a beautifully-made shawl collar peacoat from one of the foremost outerwear manufacturers in the country, like this De Haro Pea Read more
Have we really not done a giveaway yet this year? Shit, I’m sorry guys, I didn’t realize it had been so long. Let’s rectify that, RIGHT NOW. Enter a comment below to win one of these beautiful Rivet Wallets from The Leather Shop (technically they’re called the Rivet Wallet 2, as in the sequel to Read more
Fuck you California. Okay, not really. I’m sorry I said that. I’m just super jealous of all you Golden-staters that can be outside right now, frolicking around in these LA-made, 100% cotton, BOY+GIRL S/S Pocket Woven Shirts, while I’m here, stuck inside, buried under 20+ inches of snow.
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
Heads-up: there’s a Canadian retailer called Charlie & Lee, and they’ve got two colorways of those Japanese-made Low Top Sneakers from The Hill-Side for over 50% off. You know, the ones that are handcrafted using exclusive Hill-Side fabrics, and have vulcanized rubber soles and toe caps.