Esp No. 1 Organic Chimayo Hoodie
Esp No. 1’s Organic Chimayo Hoodie make it hard to not get excited for fall. Well, at least for the fantastic clothes that are showing up all over the place. This Chimayo-inspired knit is made in the USA out of organic cotton french terry and is sold at Thumbeline. Super comfortable with a cool print – guaranteed to be a major hit.
real deal. These handsewn moccasins are made in Maine from quality materials. Features include vibram rubber soles, a layer of cushioning and hand-stitched details. Simply put, they’ve got the classic moccasin vibe and stay true to what they’re about – being functional, durable, timeless and ideal for wearing now. Pick up a pair at UNIONMADE.
100%Gumdrop "Wish" Necklace
okay, maybe a bit more than mildly obsessed with 100%Gumdrop. The NYC line makes “smartymouth jewelry for smartypants girls” out of sterling silver, stainless steel and 14k gold dipped. All pieces are made in the USA and everything’s super cool. With one word necklaces like “wish” and “star” to numbers and flip flop necklaces like “hello/goodbye“, 100%Gumdrop‘s got you covered. Love.
A Fair Isle pocket..
Tantum Long Sleeve Shirt
adds a bit of edge and uniqueness to what would otherwise be an everyday tee. LA company, Tantum is the brand behind the Fair Isle Pocket Tee. They’ve built a following by staying true to what they’re about – using quality materials like premium 100% organic cotton and details like the hand sewn contrast stitched pocket. Made in the USA, limited qualities, sold at End Clothing (one of our favorites), and a solid staple.
Tantum Long Sleeve Shirt
Photo: End Clothing
from Massachusetts took a canning jar and designed a leak free lid to turn an everyday glass into a travel mug. It’s called the CUPPOW, an inexpensive, durable and super easy to clean alternative to the paper cup and plastic lid or the typical travel mug options. The CUPPOW is BPA free, 100% recyclable and made in the USA. The founders, Joshua Resnikoff and Aaron Panone both use the product, a sign it does what it claims. A good sign indeed.
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Tagged 100% recyclable, aaron panone, bpa free, canning jar, cuppow, great things, heat-resistant, joshua resnikoff, made in the usa, massachusetts, travel mug
Pendleton Blanket, North Trail
needs a good blanket. Pendleton’s are classic park blankets, which come in bold colors and prints that pay tribute to national parks. They are woven at the original Pendleton Woolen Mills right here in the USA (Portland, OR to be exact) and Swedish store Mr Mudd and Mr Gold’s got a ton of options . Going out just got that much harder.
Photo: Mr Mudd and Mr Gold
Tube Wringer, $27
such a thing existed? The Tube Wringer must have been designed with people like me in mind. People who hate letting things go to waste. The Tube Wringer is made in Oregon by retired engineer, John Gill. It has a simple design that’s easy to use and consists of two aluminum rollers which are secured with a nickel-plated hardened steel body. So place any tube in there, turn the key and you’ve got up to 35% more of whatever’s in there. Available at online shop, Kaufmann Mercantile – a store with a small assortment of quality products, like Gill’s Tube Wringer. Handy gadget to say the least.
Photo: Kaufmann Mercantile
Mark your calendar..
Whale Tissue Holders, $44.99 (ea)
because these guys start shipping on Wednesday, the 21st. These wooden whale tissue holders are completely hand cut, hand sanded, hand painted, hand drawn, and hand constructed in the USA. Even the lumber comes from the local store that only supplies wood from sustainable forestry companies. Basically, they’re made with love, lots of love and quality materials. Sturdy, unique, functional, and super adorable little pieces of art. The only question out there is which color is it going to be?
Matt Singer Long Sleeve Shirt, $195
jack spade employee, Matt Singer branched off on his own in 2009 to start his own line. It’s a small collection of everyday pieces that includes bags, shirts and accessories – everything from lighter covers to keyfobs and shave kits. The bags are made out of heavy cotton canvas and come in four distinct silhouettes: a tote, weekender, briefcase, and messenger. Simple, clean designs that are made out of rugged materials with the intention of getting softer over time while managing to retain their shape. That same thought process goes into his shirts. Great prints and solids made from two-ply cotton with tailored details like double-track stitching, curved hems and bevel cream buttons. Goods are made in the USA and are super practical, timeless and tasteful everyday staples.
- Matt Singer Canvas Brief, $215
Matt Singer Leather Lighter Cover, $20
Photos: Matt Singer
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Tagged belts, heavy cotton canvas, his, jack spade, keyfobs, lighter covers, made in the usa, matt singer, new york city, selima & matt, shave kits