I do. Like many of the small operations that get lauded on here, Mox's website is good, but it doesn't really convey the quality of their products. Their leathers, for example, are very rich and supple. Most of them come from Horween, but they also have a few from Ilcea, which is the tannery that supplies John Lobb. They also hand make everything - the stitching is hand sewn, the edges are hand burnished, and the final product is hand buffed. If you appreciate that kind of processing, I think these have an edge over the machine-made Brooks and Palmer products mentioned earlier.
They can also personalize all their products with a name, message, monogram, logo, or really whatever you'd like. Here are two examples, using different fonts - GQ and Dwell. Mine have a monogram in place of the Chester Mox logo. Nice way to remove company branding and put in my own.
Edited by dieworkwear - 4/7/12 at 11:19am