New additions to our assortment of Red Wing shoes and boots have arrived for Fall. Along with introducing the Iron Ranger and Chukka to our assortment, we’re excited to now offer a round toe boot in Hawthorne Muleskinner Leather and Briar Oil Slick. Now available in San Francisco and online.
Archive for July, 2012
Our semi-annual sale is nearing its end! Use the coupon code “Take 25″ and receive an additional 25% off remaining items. Please note that all sale items are final sale.
Store friend and collaborator, Matt Dick, and his atelier Small Trade Company, are profiled on The Scout. We’ve had select offerings from Small Trade Company over the last couple of seasons, including a limited edition indigo dyed bandana for our Indigo capsule, and are excited to say new pieces are already and always in the [...]
The August 2012 issue of Free & Easy is now available in San Francisco and online in the Bookshop. Above is a quick look inside the appropriately titled, “Summer Ivy Handbook”.
A nice educational video from our friends at Red Wing Shoes Amsterdam and Tenue de Nimes on care for a few different Red Wing shoes and boots.
Our semi-annual sale begins today with 40% off select Spring and Summer merchandise. Assorted sale items are available in San Francisco, Brentwood, Larkspur, and online. Please keep in mind that all sales are final on sale items.
The second run of our Alden for Unionmade Bluxome Two Tone Straight Tip Medallion Toe Spectator is in stock. One of our favorite shoes from last summer, we’re happy to have it at least briefly back in the assortment.
A closer look at the latest addition to our print assortment, Fool, a new food publication from Sweden. The premiere issue features Magnus Nilsson, a look at the evolution of Mugaritz, a natural wine maker portfolio, and more.
We hope everyone has a safe and relaxing Fourth of July! The stores will be closed for the day and reopen on the fifth.
John Cyr’s series on photographer’s darkroom developing trays began as a Master’s project and ultimately grew to become a multi-year project. Over time, Cyr documented the trays of various key figures in the community, uncovering the often unknown subtleties of individual photographers printing processes.
See the New York Times Lens Blog to learn more about the project.