Yo dawg, Steven Alan heard you like US-made shirts, so they made you these T-Shirt Shirts. Cut and sewn in the USA, the hybrid toppers have the shape and fit of a tee, but with the concealed placket and cotton chambray fabrics you’d usually find on a button-up. Read more
Welcome to the eighth installment of Sliding Scale, a series in which we bring you a single product for every budget. This month we’re rounding up Swim Trunks. Not too slim and not too loose; not too short and not not too long, these 10 responsibly-made pairs are just right. Note: all of the trunks in this list have a lining of some sort. We’ll be doing an unlined / board short round up a little later in the season.
Guys, seriously, the Mandeville Sweatpants from Bristol Cut & Sewn fit better than most regular pants. Like, I’m actually considering wearing them outside of the house, they fit so good (and yes, I still think it’s gauche to wear sweatpants in public). Read more
So, some pretty momentous news: Rancourt & Co. is now making sneakers. And they’re beautiful. Really beautiful. Maine-made leather uppers, Horween horsehide lining, and Italian-made Vibram soles, all stitched together in Rancourt’s own Lewiston, ME factory. Read more
If you’re currently enjoying a beverage of some kind, go ahead and swallow before you continue reading this post. Okay, you good? Good. This Carolina Indigo Blue Washed Snap Shirt from J Wingfield is made in the USA out of American-grown cotton chambray, but only costs – ready for it? – $79.50. Read more
So, a couple of firsts here. This is the first time I’ve found Shoes Like Pottery sneakers on sale. This is the first time I’ve seen the yellow and gray colorways (and I really like them both). Read more