When I was in elementary school I had a teacher who called farting “breaking wind.” Now, almost 30 years later, I still giggle every time I see the word windbreaker. Like it’s the name of some farting superhero; The Windbreaker. Can’t you picture him? With his cape forever flapping in the wind? And his sidekick, Read more
In case you didn’t already know, the exchange rate is very much in our favor right now. And when you combine that with the exclusion of the VAT tax, you can score some great deals ordering from abroad. Case in point: Zespa’s French-made 4 Sneakers are over $350 at all of the brand’s American stockists, Read more
Armitage & McMillan are celebrating their one year anniversary this weekend by having a site-wide 30% off flash sale, which is a lot more impressive than how I celebrated my first birthday, which included drooling on myself and crapping my pants (come to think of it, that’s how I celebrated my 21st too).
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.
We’re already halfway through March, so I can understand if you’re asking, “Nick, why the hell are you posting a quilted over-shirt?” You see, my office is cold as shit. I’ve had to stash all sorts of blankets and shackets like a fat guy stashes candy.
These 200g Crewneck Sweaters from Woolpower are 80% air. No, seriously. The sweaters are knit in Sweden using a wear resistant fabric that was created by frickin’ doctors and scientists in conjunction with the Swedish military, and is made from a mix of poly, wool and air.
I tend to lean more fashion than function because, well, I am fashion. But luckily, this Japanese-made Needles Jean Shirt Jacket doesn’t force me to choose between the two. It takes the classic denim trucker and lightens it up with a lightweight cotton / linen mix, then dyes it with a deep indigo and adds Read more
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.