We always joke about how many bomber jackets I write about on Well-Spent, but the truth is those aren’t even my favorite articles of clothing. That’s right, motherfuckers! Crewnecks and pullovers make me even more randy, and these Snow Peak Wool Knit Pullovers are straight sartorial Viagra. Made in Japan, they’ve got contrast stitching, elbows Read more
In the immortal words of John Wayne, “giddy up motherfuckers.” Okay, I don’t think he actually said that, but he might if he saw these new Calfskin Bit Loafers from Oak Street Bootmakers (and if he wasn’t dead). Hand-stitched in Maine, the slip-ons have a Horween calfskin leather upper, calfskin lining, leather sole with a Read more
I used to want to be an astronaut, but I don’t really like math, or physics, or any other science-y junk, so I decided to pursue a different career instead. However, now that ISAORA has dropped these Insulated Tech Oxfords, well, I still don’t want to be an astronaut, but I can feel like one Read more
My wife and I attended a wedding in Branson, MO this past weekend, and had a grand ol’ time. But I keep thinking about what could’ve been had I been wearing one of these new Jackets from The Hill-Side. Would the droves of women throwing themselves at me and my NYC-made, slim fit, patch pocketed Read more
One outfit, two price-points, everything responsibly made.
This Blue Blue Japan Wool Pastral Hat looks like it could have belonged to a 19th century hobo, and because of that I love it. Between the thick wool body, channel-stitched brim, and tattered indigo-dyed ribbon, I can totally picture it perched atop the head of a man named Oilslick McGillicuddy, as he roamed the Read more
Imagine if your favorite jacket and your favorite sweater had a baby, and then that baby grew up to be a Nobel Prize winning scientist / Olympic athlete / male model. That’s basically the story of these new M-Back FreeShells from Outlier. They have a weather-proof nylon outer, cozy merino inner, and a slew of Read more
It’s official, guys: no-sock season is no more. Thankfully, our buddies at American Trench are now offering their excellent US-made socks in an equally excellent discounted bundle. When you buy one Wool & Silk Boot Sock, one Cotton Ribbed Sock, and one 2014 Striped Sock, you’ll automatically get 20% off all three.
There are some things in life that just can’t be explained. Like how the Pyramids were built. Or why M. Night Shyamalan is still allowed to direct movies. Or, how Jomers is able to make these Chinos in New York City out of American and European fabrics, but only charge $38 a pair.