Woven fabrics can be endlessly complex, we demystify some of the most common weave patterns including Twill, Satin, Jacquard, Dobby, and more.
Yes, you heard right, these Goodyear welted boots from Grant Stone are made from Ostrich leather, everyone's favorite giant walking bird.
You could consolidate your collection of cheapo totes by buying one very well-made bag and dispense with the clutter. Just ask Billykirk.
Modeled after the World War II Canadian Jeep Coat, this Lost & Found-exclusive repro from The Real McCoy's is all about warmth.
Not only will this belt from Pigeon Tree soften up and improve with age, the green paint will chip away over time and reveal the beautiful brown teacore.
The Force series from Porter utilizes industrial spec 210 denier nylon that offers superior strength and rugged durability.
Made in Japan, this duo of 4-panel caps feature a longer visor and reinforced stitching, ensuring they are ready for any warm weather hijinks to come.
This Shangri-La Heritage “Terracotta” Western Jacket drinks whiskey neat without anyone wearing it.
TCB inches closer to the most accurate reproduction of the WWII-era Levi's 501 with its 40s Jean, because there's no reason to fix what ain't broken.