When it comes to quality and history, it's tough to top denim from Cone Mills in North Carolina. Sadly, the legendary mill closed in 2017, but some of their famed fabric is still out there if you know where to look. Taylor Stitch came across some deadstock 100% cotton selvage denim from Cone Mills to create this jacket, weighing in at 13 ounces. The denim was tailored with signature Long Haul detailing that includes front welt hand-warmer pockets, two interior pockets, zigzag reinforcements, custom SF map print pocketing, custom copper YKK doughnut buttons and rivets, and selvage details on the cuffs, front, and back pockets. The multi-season layer arrives ready to wear, and will only improve over time as you make it your "go-to" for the long haul.
Created 30 years ago by Asics designer Shigeyuki Mitsui, the Gel-Lyte III was an innovative release. It incorporated a split-tongue design with a mixed material upper and a tri-density midsole that was initially a struggle to manufacture. The throwback "OG" model incorporates those and many other features of the original, including a bright, eye-catching coral and white colorway, mesh-covered underlays, synthetic suede overlays, and Gel cushioning that strikes an ideal balance of support and comfort.
By using sea salt, witch hazel, charcoal, aloe, and even an essential oil blend, Cold Spring Apothecary's roll-on deodorant takes a natural and botanical approach to BO control. It neutralizes odor while soothing the skin and minimizing sweat, without the use of alcohol or aluminum. Gently shake bottle before use, then roll it upside-down onto the underarm.
Ingredients: Witch Hazel / Aloe / Sea Salt / Zinc Oxide / Cold Spring Essential Oil Blend