Band Of Outsiders x Sperry Top Sider Corduroy Deck Shoe

Band Of Outsiders x Sperry Top Sider Corduroy Deck Shoe

If you’re going to rock a pair of deck shoes this fall, check out this offering from Band of Outsiders and Sperry Top Sider. The shell’s not canvas or leather, as you might expect, but instead the team’s delivered a corduroy variety for us to drool over. The laces are still leather, while the shoe is fitted with oxford lining and, of course, a sperry deck sole.

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Makr Carry Goods iPad Sleeves

Makr Carry Goods iPad Sleeves

Makr delivers the goods once again with their line of iPad cases. Available in a few different finishes, the case is built on the ideas and patterning of their flap wallet but with a hidden cordovan closure instead of the horizontal keeper. To eliminate any screen cracking pressure, the design team did away with button closures and such, and leaving behind only a cordovan tab. Makr’s iPad Case comes in three varieties — black charcoal, mahogany and bark.

Pre-order now and look for these to start shipping out as early as September.

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Yuketen Maine Guide Boots

Yuketen Maine Guide Boots

Yuketen has been really making some noise the past few seasons and the Maine Guide boot continues to show their impressive skill and innovation. Yuki Matsuda goes global to find the best materials and has each piece crafted in the USA. For this boot, there are some fine detailing which shouldn’t go unnoticed. The hand stitched upper is fitted atop a Vibran Christy outsole. The leather laces and metal eyelets work really well with the finish and overall aesthetics of the boot.

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The Hill-Side x Tender Co. [Woad Dyed]

The Hill-Side x Tender Co. [Woad Dyed]

New York’s The Hill-Side and England’s Tender Co. have teamed up to make a great lineup of accessories that are made from natural selvedge chambray and dip-dyed by hand in Woad. With such a manual process, the color and covering of dye varies from one piece to the next. They’re made in New York City by The Hill-Side, and dyed in Norfolk, England by Tender Co. Standout items include pocket square, scarves, bandanas and ties, all of which are available at fine retailers now including Hickoree’s.

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Tellason ‘John Graham Mellor’ Raw Denim Jeans

Tellason 'John Graham Mellor' Raw Denim JeansTellason 'John Graham Mellor' Raw Denim Jeans

Raw denims are a dime-a-dozen these days it seems, but we love the Tellason‘s dedication to detail and the American labor force as well. The raw selvage denim comes from Cone Mills’ White Oak plant in Greensboro, North Carolina while Tanner Goods of Portland prove the leather labels. Final construction is handled in San Francisco, where the company is also based. Note: We actually covered the label back in November when Belfast’s The Bureau took stock of their jeans. See what we thought of them here.

Tellason’s John Graham Mellor denims really set the tone for what we can expect from the California-based label moving forward. This is a limited run of only 200 pairs, with the first batch selling out pretty quickly.

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Levi’s Workwear for Filson

The fine folks at Levi's have teamed up with Filson to bring us a special collection that joins two names synonymous with workwear and American heritage. The collection is made entirely in the USA at the C. C. Filson factory...

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Sandqvist iPhone Pocket

Sandqvist iPhone Pocket

If you’re not down with the dozens of iPhone cases out on the market right now, check out the iPhone pocket from Sandqvist. It’s meant to be tossed over your neck and looks strikingly like those iconic Leica cases, no? No? Oh. Well, either way, it looks cool and the thick, brown leather helps make this case stand out. Though it’s marketed for iPhone users, it can fit any mobile phone up to 120 x 63 x 14 mm.

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Tanner Goods x 3sixteen Waxed Canvas Tote

Tanner Goods x 3sixteen Waxed Canvas Tote

New York-based 3sixteen teamed up with Portland’s Tanner Goods for this tote made from 10oz. waxed canvas and black English bridle leather. It’ll fit your 13″ MacBook easily along with a moleskine and magazine atop anything else you might want to toss in. The two external open pouches and one zippered pocket make way for more space for anything smaller to which you need easy access.

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Profound Aesthetic Summer 2010 Lookbook

Profound Aesthetic Summer 2010 Lookbook

T-shirt makers are a dime a dozen these days it seems. What makes Profound Aesthetic different is that they deliver each tee with a story, a concept. They use top quality tees and the designs are as edgy as they are thought provoking. The summer lookbook was shot in NYC, with some great photography by their team. After really getting an opportunity to check out all the tees, we have to say the Civilian tee is our go-to pickup. It comes in an olive military-style finish and pulls inspiration from those iconic “Army” tees. “Wear it with pride. You make an equal difference in this world.”

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Loopwheeler Turiurake Crew Neck Sweatshirt [SHIPS]

Loopwheeler Turiurake Crew Neck Sweatshirt [SHIPS]Loopwheeler Turiurake Crew Neck Sweatshirt [SHIPS]

Japan-based Loopwheeler makes sweatshirts through a process which requires lots of manual labor and a machine called the loopwheel. Skilled craftsman attend to the machine at all times, which basically dishes out fabric that has very little overlay and bulk and lots of comfort and precision. One machine makes enough fabric daily to make 12 sweatshirts. Doesn’t seem like a whole because it isn’t. The time dedicated shows in the finish product.

To find Loopwheeler sweatshirts in the United States is a rarity though not impossible. If you’ve got connects overseas, we’d suggest directing them to SHIPS where you can pick one up in a trio of colorways for about $170 USD.

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