Brad Bennett is the Founder and Editor of Well Spent.
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Ain’t no summer sale like a Hickoree’s Summer Sale, ’cause a Hickoree’s Summer Sale don’t stop! I mean, of course, it’s going to stop at some point. But until then, save up to 60% on goods from Post Overalls, 8.15 August Fifteenth, Stanley & Sons, Battenwear, Dana Lee, Epperson Mountaineering, Sunny Sports, and – I Read more
These 100% cotton twill Legends Shorts are from the New York based label Grown & Sewn. Their hardwearing American construction is rough and tough. Their modern, tailored fit is lean and mean. Their tasteful, subtle detailing means no fuss and no muss. And their 50% off sale price is fair and square.
As someone who’s always thought of wool as a winter fabric, the new Fitzroy collection from Finisterre is kind of bowing my mind. Crafted in Portugal, the range is made out of a superfine, ribbed merino jersey that’s soft to the touch, highly breathable, and machine washable. It’s also naturally antibacterial, so it won’t smell Read more
These new Epaulet Tennis Shoes are to sneakers what Grey Poupon is to brown deli mustard. Handcrafted in Portugal, they’re made out of leather from Italy’s famed Gruppo Mastrotto tannery, and feature a baby-butt soft kidskin glove leather lining, and an Italian-made Margom rubber sole, which is both internally cemented and externally stitched.
You know when you’re trying to fall asleep at night, but you can’t because your bed feels all hot and gross, so you flip your pillow over, and the underside of it is like the most refreshing thing you’ve ever felt in your entire life? That’s kind of what it’s like wearing a linen shirt Read more
I see what you did there, National Athletic Goods. Your Long Sleeve Gym Tees have the shape and details of a classic crew sweatshirt, but are made from a much lighter and more summer appropriate melange cotton. So basically, they’re sweatshirts without the sweat. You clever Canucks, you. And they’re now 40% off at Unionmade.
Behold: a US-made tube tee for under $10. These US980 T-Shirts from Anvil Knitwear are tube-knit in the United States out of lightweight, 4.5 oz American ringspun cotton jersey, have double-needle stitched seams and hems, and only cost $9.73 a pop (plus free shipping).
Boston’s Ball and Buck has just released a new collection of American-made goods to coincide with the 238th birthday of this fine nation of ours. And to celebrate the launch, they’re giving several of those new items to one lucky Well Spent reader. Simply leave a comment below to become eligible to win a proudly Read more