How to Correctly Size a Leather Jacket

Fit and sizing matter for every piece of clothing you buy. However, I personally believe that fit is most critical when purchasing a leather jacket. T shirts can stretch and shrink, shirts can be tucked in to hide excess length and shirt and denim jacket sleeves can be cuffed or rolled if they are too… Continue reading How to Correctly Size a Leather Jacket

Freewheelers Sunset Deerskin Leather Jacket Review

I am going to say this right now so everyone reading knows what to expect when reading this review: this is my favorite leather jacket I have ever owned. In fact, this is my favorite jacket I have ever owned. Along with my White Kloud boots and Flat Head dobby shirt, it is my favorite… Continue reading Freewheelers Sunset Deerskin Leather Jacket Review

Why Are There no Affordable Engineer Boots?

Being someone whose identity has been inextricably tied to engineer boots by others for years, I get a slew of questions regarding them. Among the most common questions and laments that I get from friends, emailers, and people on Instagram is “Where can I buy affordable engineer boots?” While I answer every question I get… Continue reading Why Are There no Affordable Engineer Boots?

John Lofgren Engineer Boots Review

This is a big one. Today, I will be reviewing my first ever pair of engineer boots. These are the ones that started the journey for me and really helped push my style to what it is today. The John Lofgren engineer boot is a modern classic and it along with the Mister Freedom Road… Continue reading John Lofgren Engineer Boots Review

John Lofgren Interview

If you know Amekaji-heritage clothing and boots, you know the name John Lofgren. His footwear has become a staple of this hobby and his engineers are considered by many to be one of the models that kicked off the current engineer revival we have been experiencing lately. Lofgren engineers were my first pair of Amekaji-heritage… Continue reading John Lofgren Interview

Tanuki ER Jeans Review

Tanuki had quite the interesting launch when they catapulted themselves into the raw denim scene a couple of years ago. On places like Superfuture, many denim enthusiasts were not fans of Tanuki’s marketing and mythos behind their brand and I have to admit that I agreed with this sentiment. Tanuki launched with some impressive looking… Continue reading Tanuki ER Jeans Review

Icons of Style: sasaki_kojiro13

We are continuing the trend of interviewing non-British Europeans for Icons of Style! Last time, Volvo_Sufu from Italy was featured and today, we are interviewing Chris from Belgium who is known as Slab on some forums and sasaki_kojiro13 on instagram. Like Volvo, Chris has a criminally low number of followers given how incredible his style… Continue reading Icons of Style: sasaki_kojiro13

Icons of Style: @volvo_sufu

As some of you may have noticed, every single Icons of Style article that I have written features someone with a connection to Great Britain. Every single interviewee has been either born in the UK or is currently living in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland with the sole exception being someone… Continue reading Icons of Style: @volvo_sufu

The Rite Stuff Atlas Salt and Pepper Chambray Work Shirt Review

One of my original grail items was a sage/mint green chambray work shirt. I remembered seeing a picture of one from John Lofgren early on in my denim journey and I was immediately smitten with the beautiful and unique color. There were a few more examples that I saw over time from brands such as… Continue reading The Rite Stuff Atlas Salt and Pepper Chambray Work Shirt Review

The Real McCoys Horsehide A2 Leather Jacket Review

This review will be a little bittersweet. Today, I am reviewing the leather jacket that I owned for the longest period of time. Unfortunately, I have recently had to sell due to sizing issues. However, I owned it for nearly 4 years so I still want to review it.  The specific jacket in question is… Continue reading The Real McCoys Horsehide A2 Leather Jacket Review