Monthly Archives: August 2018

Cooler Roundup

Can you remember the days before Yeti revolutionized the cooler market?  It used to be all Igloo or Coleman and they were essentially disposable since they cost about $25 a piece.  I can’t count how many of these coolers were destroyed at beach weekends and formals…and we didn’t think twice about it. Yeti came along…

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Diplomat Outfitters

Innovation comes in strange ways.  My man Read Wall just started Diplomat Outfitters with the intent of bringing the made-to-measure experience to the masses.  It’s a really interesting process: 1. Browse the Diplomat Outfitters website and find a few things you like.  Today they offer suits, sport coats, and tuxedos, but there is A LOT…

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Lesson Learned: Duck Head

I’ve been excited about writing this post for a while. I wrote an honest post about Duck Head’s flat relaunch late last year.  Remember the marketing campaign in G&G of some older guy on a vintage motorcycle?  This was October 2017: Read the whole thing here (along with the comments).  The takeaway from the blog…

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Boot Season – Reader Feedback

Team: It’s boot season.  As we all know, the boot spectrum is wide…what boots are you wearing this Fall?  Are you a Wolverine guy, like these 1000 Mile boots?  Are you a Tecovas guy?  Something different?  Let me know in the comments…

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Watch Time: Next Up?

It’s hard to own only one good watch.  The next logical step is to buy a second, then you are officially a collector.  Then you get a third watch, and a fourth, and so on.  I’ve been lucky enough to collect three great watches over the last five years, and now I’m on the hunt…

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Tayler Ayers – The Artist

We came to know Tayler Ayers in a roundabout way. My wife and I bought our home almost three years ago.  Since then, we have been making it our own.  We have renovated a few rooms, painted everything, hardwood floored everywhere, and kept Scott Antique Market in business.  We’re refining our taste in art.  I’ve…

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Get to Know: Duck Camp

Hunting season is getting close, especially dove season.  It’s still hot when they allow us to start shooting at those missiles, so preparing accordingly is paramount.  The folks at Duck Camp have us covered. Duck Camp aims to provide those who do with a premium hunting shirt that provides performance in all the right places….

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