Nick Grant is a freelance style writer originally from the Washington D.C. area, but now living in Des Moines, Iowa (yes, you read that correctly). He gives no fucks.
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My neck is abnormally long, which makes it extremely vulnerable. So, I’m always on the lookout for a great scarf. These new ones from Neighbour are made in Scotland out of a luxuriously soft lambswool / angora blend, and are long enough to wrap around my neck twice (so four to five times around a normal neck), and still have a little hang time to tuck into my coat. Read more
I used to be kind of a nomad in college, always roaming from bar to bar, house to house, trying to find a bed to sleep in. Preferably with another warm body in it. Unfortunately, I was never very successful at that last part. But maybe I would’ve been if I had one of these Nomad Hats from Maple. Read more
I can’t tell you how much cash I’ve lost and how many phones I’ve dropped and cracked because of too-shallow chest pockets. That’s why I like the bigger pockets on the Engineered Garments Work Shirts, but it looks like The Bureau Belfast may have those beat with these new Map Shirts. Read more
When it comes to staying warm during the winter, it’s all about that base (’bout that base). These Wool Long Pullovers from Snow Peak are made in Japan out of a luxurious feeling, super-stretchy, 100% merino wool fabric, and have a matching wide collar and cuff. Read more
At first glance, this Kestin Hare Crombie Jacket is like Bruce Wayne. Clean. Tailored. Rich. But then when you take a closer look, and see that’s made in the UK out of Italian wool that’s been bonded to neoprene to give it extra insulation without bulk, you realize this jacket is actually the motherfuckin’ Batman. Read more
I used to dabble in the ol’ Mary Jane back in my younger days, but shit’s all scary now, with “wax dab” and all the other crazy potent concoctions. At this age, the only wax I’m interested in, is the one coating the 8 oz. Martexin canvas used to make these Wilson & Willy’s Chore Coats and Anoraks. Read more