Railcar Fine Goods Flight Trousers Review

Railcar Fine Goods is not that far from where I live, especially by California standards. Even with traffic, I can usually get there in under an hour. I have been there many times for events and hang-outs and I have had many pairs of jeans and trousers hemmed there. My brother owns a pair of… Continue reading Railcar Fine Goods Flight Trousers Review

Trickers Boots Review

Trickers is a maker that I have wanted to own and review for a long time, but being someone who generally favors chunkier boots with woodsman heels or engineer boots with woodsman heels, I was hesitant to pull the trigger. After talking with my friend Dave AKA @ruggedworkwear, he kindly agreed to ship me two… Continue reading Trickers Boots Review

Himel Bros. Leather Jacket Review

I have waited years to write a review for this jacket. It was something I always wanted to get around to reviewing, but it always seemed too special for some reason. So many people have called it my signature piece, so how can I review it? Well, I have to review it now, because I… Continue reading Himel Bros. Leather Jacket Review

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

Thursday Captain Boots Review – From the Perspective of a High End Boot Enthusiast

*These boots were sent to me by a friend who wore them lightly before giving them to me. They were from late 2017-early 2018. I was also contacted by Conner from Thursday a few days after the review was released. I am happy to give a right to reply and I have included his comments… Continue reading Thursday Captain Boots Review – From the Perspective of a High End Boot Enthusiast

Can One Pair of Boots Really be Better than Another?

Recently I’ve been sticking to straight up reviews and style interviews. Quite frankly it has been too long since I’ve put a good rant up here so I will remedy this right now. It's time for a boot discussion.  If there was one thing that I would change about the heritage menswear/raw denim/workwear/boots community/world/subculture besides… Continue reading Can One Pair of Boots Really be Better than Another?

Urban Shepherd Boot Review

Let’s be honest, if you have a friend who wants a pair of boots under $300, chances are you either tell them to save up or you tell them to buy a pair of Red Wings. Sure, there are other options technically such as Wolverine, Chippewa, Thorogood, and even Allen Edmonds depending on your style.… Continue reading Urban Shepherd Boot Review

Viberg Horsehide Service Boot Video Review

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Grease Point Workwear Dark Olive Work Jeans Review

There are few things I love more than one man brands. One of the most appealing aspects of the heritage menswear world to me is the love and energy that passionate people put into the clothing that they make and to my mind, nothing exemplifies this more than a good one man brand. As such,… Continue reading Grease Point Workwear Dark Olive Work Jeans Review