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I have one of these from a year ago when they did a suede body. its definitely not a jacket in that its not windproof (Cowichan style knits are somewhat loose) but its warm as hell and my favorite sweater. I'll wear it as a jacket when its above 40(f) but you'll want a shell or something over it. We stocked the anorak cowichan this year and it basically makes you look like a ski lodge spy movie villain, for better or for worse.
a couple from thanksgiving. From the NH/ME border, really great apple brandy aged stout. dark with some boozy sharpness but tasty. Tried as hard as i could to resist this but it seemed like i wouldn't have another chance to try it. a blend of Tilquin and Rulles Brune - drinks sort of like zwet.be, going from malty and mild to bitter to sour with a dry finish. Really interesting as a one off now-and-then beer. going to try to go easy on purchasing this winter outside...
Thanks, and back atcha!we're probably not going to make cyber monday with the new site, but we'll be live just after, in time for the holidays.in the meantime, I'm having fun with the photos
I'll buy him a case of whatever he wants if i can get kudu options by this spring.(on the real I'll probably holler at someone before the holidays and try to get the ball rolling. its going to be hard to make a loafer in anything else this spring)
last I checked Rancourt requires a lining to make a shoe with repello suede, which totally negates the floppiness. that being said, the repello suedes are excellent - I used the burgundy to accent a pair of moccs and its been going strong for 3-4 years.
Its been a while, but the strawberry white chocolate muffin from Marcies was the best I ever had.see you next time.
theres two side entry pockets on that thing too. hard to capture with photo but trust me, they're there!
they won't make their way up there - we're relaunching PortlandDryGoods.com in a couple of weeks, simplifying the referral chase a bit. Until then shoot me a PM if you need some more shots
If I had to pick one, it would be the big wool fleece pullover....... or the jacketI remember working at the showroom and asking if the fleece jacket was water resistant at all. he said no, then corrected me; "its fire proof."That sealed the deal for us. Its a damn good looking fleece which helps.
yyyupSnow Peak Fall/Winter 2015Sorry for the lack of updates here - we've been working day after day in building out a new website and a structure that will allow for us to update more often and share everything we can in our shop. our in house photo studio has been lighting up the office; it's going to allow me to get a brand live on the web in a couple days, vs about a week that it took to outsource photo. Snow Peak has photographed particularly well, probably because of...
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