Oooh. Best Made Company presents their Short Sleeve Sweatshirt, which I think is a great piece to have for the Spring where it’s still a little to chilly to go full t-shirt style. The sweatshirt features the traditional athletic Raglan cut with a black X emblazoned on the chest.
Available for $58 via Best Made Company.
Best Made Company offers the best badges. Their latest release is the Button Badge set, which features three 1″ X 1″ button patches.
Available for $9 via Best Made Company.
Best Made Company presents their American Wool Base Layer, which is made of 100% American Wool that will be soft to the touch, keep you warm, dry fast and remain virtually odorless.
Available now via Best Made Company.
Best Made Company recently released their Red Cap of Courage, which is made of resilient wool that is soft to the touch, but tough enough to handle inclement weather conditions.
It comes in Famous Red and features the Best Made label.
Available for $75 via Best Made Company.
Best Made Company enlisted the skills of Faribault Woolen Mills to produce their own Wool Lumberlander Scarf, which is made of 100% fine merino wool and constructed with a broken twill weave.
Available for $84 via Best Made Company.
New from Best Made Co. this week is their Duck Canvas Utility Tray, which is a piece to keep all of your keys, change and whatever else you have in your pockets when you get home from work everyday. The utility trays are double lined and thick. They’re also built to handle water over extended periods of time, so as Best Made suggests, it would work well as a camping wash basin.
The trays come in both small (6.5″ d X 2″ h) and large (10″ d X 2.75 h).
Available now for $26-32 via Best Made Co.
Best Made Company presents their What Good… Enamel Steel Sign, which is inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography.
And each day he rose and begged: “The Morning question: What good shall I do this day?”
Franklin would begin his work day by asking himself that question. Available for $28 via Best Made Company.