Hats and Socks
Whether you have hair or not, it is important to wear a hat to keep the sun's rays off the top of your coconut, and out of your eyes. Our summer selection of hats builds on past season development with some new additions. Just like everyone needs a hat, everyone needs a good pair of socks. Our made in Japan plush cotton socks will help out when your dogs are barking. See More Read more
History of GPS
Modern people can simply look to their phones and receive exact real time navigation information delivered instantly by an interconnected system of 24 satellites to anyone, anytime, anywhere, doing anything –– whether commanding a nuclear submarine in the North Atlantic, on the road trying to find the next highway exit with a gas station, or just stumbling home from a strange bar at the end of a Friday night. Such is the miracle of the Global Positioning System. See More Read more
Summer 2021 Custom Sew Knit
We all live for new development here. The process of sampling and refining new and existing pieces is one of the most exciting parts of running a clothing company. In our summer custom knit category, we have the pique knit long sleeve, rugby shirt, and 3/4 snap sweatshirt; all new development for us. See More Read more
Summer 2021 Outerwear
NYC’s summers are humid and for the most part do not require a lot of outerwear. The Camp Hero Vest and Caliper Jacket help to bridge transition seasons in and out of summer as well as dealing with typical Northeast summer elements through the summer months. See More Read more
Summer Shorts + Tees
Temperatures are spiking all over the US this week so there is no more pining for warm weather, it is here. Shorts and tees are the most you will want to be wearing while the current heatwave blows through town. See More Read more
The Mountains Majestic: Glen Denny's "Yosemite"
Once upon a time, hardcore climbers scaled sheer granite wearing chunky knits and corduroys, with only a cheese & pickle sandwich for company. These days it’s all carbon fibre, freeze dried protein shakes and Strava – a far cry from the romantic, grainy scenes recorded by Glen Denny during the early 1960s, for his seminal photography book, ‘Yosemite’.See More Read more
Summer 2021 Shirting
If there is one thing that the team loads up on for their personal orders every drop, it's our shirting. We find that a lot of mens woven shirting styles fit too slim and too short for our taste. Some shirts have back panel pieces and darts to make them form fitting. Not ours. It has been 6 years of tweaking our shirt block and we're here, the collared shirts we all want to wear. See More Read more
Bear Suit Guy
The footage of Troy Hurtubise’s work almost speaks for itself. There he is, being filmed in the Canadian wilderness on a 1980s camcorder, wearing what appears to be a blend of hockey pads and police riot gear, readying himself before a colleague bludgeons him in the head with a large wooden beam. See More Read more
Elijah Anderson (@spacehose) for Summer 2021
Elijah Anderson’s (@spacehose) art is pure and original. His use of space, color and form create pieces of art that are irreverent and entirely his own. For SS21 he stepped up and helped us with out buyers lookbook when we weren’t able to work in person that was too good not to share with the rest of you. See More Read more
Gill Studios
In 1927, the Ford Motor Company created the first mass-produced bumpers. In 1935, the American inventor R. Stanton Avery produced the first self-adhesive labels, or stickers. And in the mid 1940s, as the legend goes, a Kansas City screenprinter named Forest P. Gill walked outside into the parking lot of his shop, crouched down to measure the bumper of a car, and then went back inside to his office and began creating the first ever bumper stickers.See More Read more
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