I’ve been trying to keep Rough & Tumble under-the-radar because its rare, and awesome, and I don’t want any of their stuff to sell out before I can get it for myself. But, being the nice guy that I am, I’ve decided to throw y’all a bone and let you know about their new LC Read more
What do Snoop Dogg Lion, Cheech and Chong, and Seth Rogan all have in common? They wear shirts. And speaking of shirts, check out these new Hemp Henleys and Crewnecks from Dyer & Jenkins. They’re made in the USA out of a hemp / organic cotton blend, come in a bevy of colors, and cost Read more
Joshu+Vela’s Bucket Totes are made in San Francisco out of impenetrable 24 oz. cotton canvas. Alright, penetrable by, like, knives or bullets, but still super tough. They also feature leather handles that are tanned with organic vegetables including kale and radishes.
When I look at these Lee Hats from Coal Headwear, I see days spent tromping through ancient forests and vast desert plains, and nights filled with bonfires, sing alongs and dirty freaky hippie orgies. Of course, buying one of these $60 American-made dome-toppers won’t make any of those things happening.
If you were to tell me that I could get a heavy-duty work shirt that’s made-to-order in the United States out of the selvedge fabric of my choosing for only $65, I would tell you that you were a no good, goddamn, dirty rotten liar. But, I would be wrong. Because that’s exactly what you Read more
I really can’t say enough good things about the clothes from Cadet. The design, the fit, the materials, the construction – everything about them is great. Really great. Like, only-wear-their-clothes-for-the-rest-of-your-life-and-totally-be-cool-with-it great. So when Cadet offered to hook Well Spent readers up with an exclusive 20% off code, I immediately said yes. But not for you Read more
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.