Seals Stadium housed both San Francisco’s minor league team, the Seals, and the Giants between 1931-1959. After arriving in San Francisco in 1958, the Giants played two years at Seals Stadium while awaiting the completion of Candlestick Park. The stadium was subsequently torn down and replaced by a White Front department store in 1960. Learn [...]
Archive for October, 2010
As of November 1st Muni will begin officially phasing out the fast pass. A sad day for San Francisco graphic design, as well as collectors of these iconic pieces of ephemera.
Limited to 1,000 pairs, the highly anticipated Wolverine 1000 Mile 721 LTD has arrived at the store. Made from Horween color 8-shell cordovan, hand numbered, and complete with basswood shoe trees and a certificate of authenticity. We’ll be having a release event this coming Thursday, the 28th, from 6 pm till 9 pm. Come join [...]
Jay Carroll, of One Trip Pass, toured the Pendleton factory last month. More from behind the scenes here.
Over the summer Michael Williams, of A Continuous Lean, visited the Horween Leather tannery in Chicago to witness and document first hand the production of shell cordovan. This particular cordovan would later be used for the new Wolverine 1000 Mile 721 LTD boots, which while on the subject, we’re happy to say will be available [...]
Two of our favorite Gitman Vintage shirts, the red and grey chambrays, are back in stock. Now available in store and online.
Last week 60 Minutes featured a piece on the streetcar film documenting a trip down Market Street prior to the 1906 earthquake. The eleven minute film has been floating around the Internet for a bit, but this story highlights some of the film’s history and how researchers determined when it was created. Relatedly, [...]
New pieces from Levis Vintage Clothing have arrived, including the Sac Coat with accompanying rope pull closure denim bag. Now available in store and online.