Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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Outlier describes their new Strong Vest as “a gentle workhorse of a garment,” which is easily one of the best product descriptions I’ve ever read. So good in fact, that I’m not even going to try and top it, and instead will just be sticking to the stats for the rest of this post.
There are lots of good “high” things. Holding your head high. Taking the high ride. Your middle school art teacher. And these Esplar High Tops from Veja. They’re responsibly made in brazil, have eco-friendly leather uppers, sustainable Amazonian rubber soles, and without the VAT (plus free international shipping) they cost under $120.
I really want to give Lawless Denim the benefit of the doubt here, but I’ve always been told that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is, and a $98 jean jacket that’s custom made to order in the US out of the Japanese, American or Italian selvedge denim of your choosing Read more
Is it wrong to be sexually attracted to a boot? Not that I am, or anything. I’m just asking for a friend. Anyway, these new Blake Wingtip Boots from Rancourt & Co. are handcrafted in Maine out of top quality Italian calfskin. And they have a calfskin leather lining.
These Filson Cover Cloth Mile Marker Coats are a lot like Barbours, except they’re American, so in addition to providing handsome and hardwearing protection from the elements, they also suffer from obesity, live in a house they can’t afford, and carry a gun. Just kidding! But not about the handsome / hardwearing part.
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
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.