I am not a punk, nor do I like feeling grungy, but dangit if I don’t love a good flannel. This pullover one from Snow Peak is handmade – and hand-dyed – in Japan, and has a peasant collar, side-seam pockets, and a little extra length to it, so it’ll fit my lanky stature.
These Steam Horse Thermal Henleys are made in the USA out of cotton / poly waffle knit, have a rounded hem and tonal flatlock stitching, and cost $35 each. You’d think that this close to April, shirts like these wouldn’t be necessary anymore, but, sadly, they still are.
Victor Athletics wants to save the American garment industry. And they just might do it. Founded by the creators of the artisan jean label Noble Denim, Victor is as much a clothing company as it is a vessel for change. The brand is driven by two goals: to make American-made goods more affordable, and to Read more
My 2-year old is a goddamn monster. He draws on everything. Gets food on everything. Wipes his boogers on everything. I literally have to hide the stuff I don’t want covered in marker, or peanut butter, or bodily fluid. But I feel like I wouldn’t have that problem if I had this amazing Dunlap Popover Read more
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).