Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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Imagine if your favorite jacket and your favorite sweater had a baby, and then that baby grew up to be a Nobel Prize winning scientist / Olympic athlete / male model. That’s basically the story of these new M-Back FreeShells from Outlier. They have a weather-proof nylon outer, cozy merino inner, and a slew of Read more
It’s official, guys: no-sock season is no more. Thankfully, our buddies at American Trench are now offering their excellent US-made socks in an equally excellent discounted bundle. When you buy one Wool & Silk Boot Sock, one Cotton Ribbed Sock, and one 2014 Striped Sock, you’ll automatically get 20% off all three.
There are some things in life that just can’t be explained. Like how the Pyramids were built. Or why M. Night Shyamalan is still allowed to direct movies. Or, how Jomers is able to make these Chinos in New York City out of American and European fabrics, but only charge $38 a pair.
The only thing that could make these new Fall Flannels from Ratio more autumn-y is if they came with a cup of hot cider and a delicious pumpkin baked good. Actually, that sounds pretty awesome right now. With, like, a little scoop of vanilla ice cream. And maybe a dash of whiskey in the cider.
There isn’t much you can’t do in Outdoor Voices. Designed to be “as versatile as you are,” the NYC-based label’s recreation-ready pants, shorts, tees and jackets combine state of the art performance fabrics with a clean, minimalist aesthetic, so they’ll keep you looking and feeling good whether you’re breaking a sweat on the running trail, Read more
Did you know that the word “denim” is French? It comes from “serge de Nîmes,” a 17th century name for a denim-like twill fabric made in the town of Nîmes in Southern France. So what does that have to do with these Indigo Denim Shirts from Bleu de Paname?
True story: since picking up one of these Foreign Rider Co. Crew Necks last week, I’ve retired all of my other sweatshirts. They just couldn’t compete with the Toronto-made, 100% cotton loopback terry-ed, flatlock stitched, ribbed side paneled awesomeness. Oh, and did I mention that it was just $88?
These Twisted Twill Chinos from Knowledge Cotton Apparel are made in the EU out of 100% organic cotton and cost under $115. That’s like getting Whole Foods groceries at Wal-Mart prices. Seriously though, they should call that place Whole Paycheck, amiright?