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.
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