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First introduced in 1986, Minnetonka's Classic Driver has been a staple of well-heeled road trips for over 30 years. They're made by hand using the same design as the originals, with brown ruff leather uppers, padded insoles, and nub-bottom soles that offer both grip and flexibility — two important traits when operating the pedals at high speeds. Equally as well suited to walking out to grab the mail or enjoying a cup of coffee outside on a cool morning.
Made from ingredients cultivated in Georgia and forged in Tennessee, this truffle-infused honey is a true southern delicacy. It starts with a base of star-thistle honey from Savannah. The rich, golden nectar is saturated with the earthy notes of fresh black truffles from Chuckey, Tennessee and bottled right with the comb for added texture — yes, it's edible. Both savory and sweet, it'll elevate even the most basic cheeseboards. Be advised, this honey doesn't have just a hint of black truffle, you'll know it's there upon opening the jar.
3oz & 6oz
The Almost Twins guys turn the simple task of passing a beer into an art form.
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Inspired by the signature frames worn by former LA Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley, these Oliver Peoples sunglasses are an iconic and timeless pair of shades. The vintage-inspired oval frames are handcrafted from layered acetate while polarized glass lenses reduce glare for maximum clarity and offer 100% UVA protection.
Height: 48mm / Bridge 22mm / Length: 145mm
Handmade in Chicago this black apron is a welcome addition to your minimalist kitchen, workshop, or bar. They're made using premium canvas milled in North America and are designed for a variety of uses with a custom adjustable neck strap and chest pocket with a pen slot. The twill is sturdy but pliable, machine-washable, and will break in perfectly over time. Other details include bar tack and box stitch reinforcement and black cotton webbing ties.
The Windy City rivalry is anything but harmonious in the latest face-off between Craig Robinson and Nick Offerman.