Monthly Archives: January 2011

RCS Archives: The Bean Norwegian Sweater (Thanks, Skip)

Skip posted this earlier, and it reminded me of a Red Clay Soul post on the same topic. He said it best: “It would be years before LL Bean’s Norwegian became the holy grail for me (after reading The Official Preppy Handbook in college) but the reproduction of the sweater 10 years after I took…

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State Pride: National Guard Patches

How about a little state pride? The state National Guard patches have got to be some of the coolest things I have seen. Each are very unique and an accurate representation of each state. I would assume that Rugby would probably use these as inspiration – works for me. Here are some good ones: Alaska…

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Atlanta Snow – A Little More Than A Dusting…

No doubt about it, when it snows here in Atlanta, it shuts down the city. We’ve gotten about five to six inches here, then another quarter-inch of freezing rain. What’s worse – there’s a two inch sheet of ice on all the roads in our neighborhood, and the temperature isn’t supposed to rise above freezing…

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The Playoffs

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New Loot: The Filson 257

As I mentioned, the Filson 257 was a Christmas gift from Mrs. Red Clay Soul. After putting it to use, I can say I am very impressed. I’m looking forward to putting some miles on it. Highly recommended. This will be added as soon as it becomes available from J. Press (est. March ’11):

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In Response: Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T (Thanks, Trip)

Trip over at A Trip Down South recently posted about the greatness that is the Patagonia Snap-T pullover fleece. I couldn’t agree more. These are excellent – especially for our climate here in the South. They are perfect for three seasons, and can be slipped in on the rare cool Summer nights. While they aren’t…

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