Monthly Archives: February 2019

New Friends: Wren & Ivy

I first saw Wren & Ivy‘s Wellington Duffle at Caliber over in Birmingham.  Something about it really struck a cord with me.  The classic styling, the function, and the leather and dark canvas checked all the boxes.  Based out of Madison, MS, Wren & Ivy make bags and gear for the outdoorsman.  Their bags are…

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Head’s Up: Sale at East Dane

Team – head’s up – big sale over at East Dane. They are doing their normal ‘more you buy, bigger the discount sale’. While I don’t wear a bunch of what’s over there, I do like the Filson selection, the Ferragamo loafers, the APC jeans, the Billy Reid selection, and the J.W. Hulme leather goods….

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Catching Up with Onward Reserve’s TJ Callaway

I remember when I first heard from TJ, back in ~2010.  At the time he was running Five Mile, and looking to get the word out.  Our first phone conversation lasted about an hour, as we figured out pretty quickly that we had quite a bit in common.  Besides the Dawgs, being Georgia born and…

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SEWE Recap, Part One (Gaillard Center)

As most of you Instagram followers saw, Mrs. RCS and I made the trek out to Charleston for SEWE again this year.  It is one of my favorite events of the year, and we plan on making it an annual thing.  First off, Charleston is like a second home to us.  We love it there…the…

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Unicorn: Carhartt “Old School” Camo

I’m a complete sucker for the vintage camo.  Whether it’s ‘duck camo’, ‘vintage camo’, or ‘old school camo’, there are some SERIOUS finds online.  There are a couple companies who are still making it and I 100% commend them. Ball and Buck and Mission Mercantile are a couple, and I’m sure there are a few more…

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Pocket Knife Roundup

I’ve carried a pocket knife for as long as I can remember.  My Granddad did, and I thought it was cool and tough.  Then I found it became habit to always have that useful tool in my pocket.  The thing about a good pocketknife is not all the reasons that a knife makes sense, but…

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The Shirt Jac

I’m a layerer.  It’s a great way to keep comfortable during these weird Winter months here in the South. One day it’ll be 65, then the next it’ll be 35.  Fun. The Shirt Jac has come a long way over the years.  They used to be relegated to hardcore ourdoorsmen or turbo Hipsters that loved…

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