Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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With these Japanese-made, solid brass Key Chains from Tiny Formed you can carry your keys in (or on) the back of your pants, like a normal person. Or, in (or on) the front of your pants, like someone who enjoys getting banged in the nuts by their keys all day.
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
They say you can’t please everyone, but that hasn’t stopped Beams+ from trying. Their SS15 shirt collection includes oxfords, madrases, ginghams, broadcloths, and chambrays, all of which are made in Japan and have button down collars, single v-stitched chest pockets, and box pleats and locker loops on the back.
It’s great that American Apparel finally fired their piece of shit CEO, but I’d be lying if I said the brand didn’t still make me feel kind of gross. Maybe it’s the visible assholes in their advertising? Whatever the reason, I’m willing to look past it for these Low Top Sneakers.
These Pistol Lake Crew Neck Sweatshirts are made in Los Angeles out of custom-milled 16 oz. french terry, have raglan sleeves and a v-insert at the neck, and only cost $65 a pop. Pistol Lake kind of sounds like the name of some brooding, slow-moving indie drama, doesn’t it?
These Chicago-made Flannels from Stock Mfg. Co. were already a deal when they were priced at $88. But now they’re only $65. I mean, that’s almost too low, right? It’s like, “c’mon guys, these are handcrafted out of Japanese yarn dyed twill, and have custom etched buttons. At least let me pay you $75.”
According to the Centre Commercial website this Kestin Hare Baseball Jacket is made in England out of a fabric that’s 67% polyamide and 33% tricky. And what is tricky, you ask? I have no earthly idea (and neither does Google, apparently). But, this jacket looks fantastic, is designed by the former Creative Director of Common Read more
Welcome to the fifth installment of Sliding Scale, a series in which we bring you a single product for every budget. This month we’re rounding up responsibly-made Minimalist Sneakers. With more minimalist sneakers on the market these days than even before, we’ve picked our eight favorite pairs, all of which are high on quality, and Read more
Have you ever had a shirt that you like so much, you almost never wash it, because you can’t stand to be away from it for that long? That’s how I feel about my Wilson & Willy’s Sig Shirt. Made in NYC out of a super soft, and super thick, 100% cotton Faribault Mills fabric, Read more
I know it’s silly, but there’s a part of me that really likes having something no one else does. So I was a little hesitant to tell you guys about East Dane’s Southern Field Industries sale. See, I’ve got one of the Japanese-made PX Backpacks, and literally every time I wear it people stop me Read more