.Free Clothing is an Ohio based clothing company with a focus on clean, clear designs.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the cardigan just doesn’t get the respect it deserves anymore.
ODFU is a new clothing label based in England, its founder is a friendly guy by the name of Kevin Wilson who like many of us, loves motorcycles. “ODFU” actually stands for “one down five up” – the transmission layout on a standard motorcycle.
This pull over hoody by Under 2 Flags is just about the perfect additional layer for Autumn weather, it’s made from 100% cotton and comes in 2 colours (this is the charcoal grey version).
The Belstaff Mojave Brooklands Jacket was made famous in the ’60s when it was worn by Steve McQueen when he competed in the Mojave Desert Race in Southern California.
The neck tie is something many of us only wear when we have to, that said, every man needs a few ties in the closet. This handmade tie by Bo Chan…
This fantastic retro tee from Ahbe Racer is exactly the sort of thing I’d wear whilst kicking around the garage on a Sunday afternoon, each shirt is made from 100% Combed Cotton…
Dime City Cycles is a store for people who build their own motorcycles, they stock all the parts you need to take a stock motorcycle and turn it into a cafe racer, bobber, tracker or anything else you might fancy.
We all love this simple, clean tee design by Wicked Quick. It features the timeless Shelby logo printed on an ultra-soft cotton/polyester blend.
Dodge & Burn consistently turn out some of the most appealing tees we’re finding anywhere, although I guess the level of appeal is going to depend on how much interest you have in the industrial design of vintage cameras.
In some respects, Triumph is the Keith Richards of the motorcycle world, no matter how many times you think the company is a goner, they bounce back stronger than ever.
We are looking to reform out XY-centric ways and so today we’re featuring this tee from boutique design house Fingers Duke.