Made in the USA. Cordura Ballistic 1050D nylon body. Horween Chromexcel leather accents. YKK hardware. If I told you those were features of a backpack, how much do you think that backpack would cost? The answer: $79. That’s right, only $79 for these new Ballisitic Backpacks from Gustin.
Have you ever swam in a pool filled with American-made cotton trail socks? No? Well guess what motherfucker, now you can, because at only $8 a pair, you can totally afford to fill a hot tub, above ground, or even olympic sized with these new Oak Street Bootmakers joints.
I recently spent the day playing basketball at Michael Jordan’s Highland Park estate – the one he’s currently selling for about a gajillion dollars. What does that have to do with these Heavey Parkas from La Paz? Like that day, they’re also worth bragging about.
French, schmench; to me, Portuguese is the real language of love, which makes these Portuguese Flannel Shirts the overshirts of love. Available in brushed cotton flannel or herringbone, and with a button down or spread collar, these heavy-weight, Portuguese-made toppers will have you saying eu te amo all winter long.
If there’s one thing I don’t need, it’s another shawl collared sweater. And yet, I’m having a really hard time saying no to these new Merino Wool Shawlneck Pullovers from Marine Layer. Thick knit merino, a shawl collar with a button and loop closure, and made at the last standing sweater mill in the United Read more
So, my wife (humblebrag) bought a pair of these Aigle Jodhpur Ankle Boots last week, and I’m actually kinda jealous. Not only are they exceedingly well made (handcrafted in France), they’re also 100% waterproof (the upper looks like leather, but is really rubber), so you can wear ‘em anywhere.
These Classic Peacoats from Sterlingwear are made in the USA out of 32 oz. melton wool. Just how thick is 32 ounces? Well, the average jean jacket is around 11 ounces, so imagine wearing three of those at once. Plus, the Peacoats have a full quilted lining, so throw a blanket on top of that Read more
I wrote a post about the history of the striped shirt for Kaufmann Mercantile this month, and if I wasn’t into stripes before, I’m officially addicted now. This is one of the images that accompanied the post, and it features Lisa Przystup of James’s Daughter Flowers wearing a striped shirt from Armor Lux.