A den is no place for a simple handheld lighter, so the gentlemen at the Alec Bradley Cigar Company created something special. Using a push-button ignition that produces a Bunsen burner-style adjustable flame with an even burn, the Tabletop Burner Lighter lets you properly "toast" the tobacco instead of simply setting it on fire. The large butane tank holds up to two hours of fuel and its chrome finish gives it a showpiece quality. Unlike traditional lighters that you have to hold, its tabletop design keeps one hand free so you can sip your Pappy while toasting your Cohiba Behike.
Founded by Kihachiro Onitsuka in 1949, Onitsuka Tiger made its name with the Limber, the first shoe to sport the Asics stripes on the side. It spawned the Limber leather, which was later renamed the Mexico 66 after the Olympic Games trials where it debuted. Over 50 years later, it's still an icon. Immediately identifiable, it's nonetheless subdued, making it appropriate for everything from grocery runs to evenings out. With a leather upper, contrasting stripes, an Ortholite sockliner, and suede detailing around the toe, it's an ideal choice for everyday wear.
One of the most important musicians of the 20th Century, John Lennon's legacy is still relevant decades after his untimely death. Taken by Gamma Rapho in 1966, this frames print finds Lennon joined by another legend: a Hasselblad camera on the grounds of Chiswick House in London. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white or black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
A US Navy Peacoat is an iconic garment that dates back hundreds of years. Rogue Territory took that timeless design and made it their own starting with 13.5oz dark indigo x black weft Japanese denim. They then added raglan sleeves and streamlined hand warmer style welt pockets. Handmade in Los Angeles, it also includes camo printed sateen pocket lining and Urea buttons that were made in Japan.
Sizing: Relaxed fit and designed to fit comfortably with room to layer underneath. Take your normal size or size down if you don't plan to layer.
Care: Indigo will bleed initially, avoid light-colored surfaces. Wash by hand or soak in cold water, hang dry only.