Monthly Archives: March 2019

My Bubba Knife

I’ve been looking around for a fixed blade knife for quite a while.  I don’t have a huge need, but like the idea.  Not only that, but I really like the craftsmanship, and the timeless feel.  A turn off to a lot of the fixed blade knives was the price.  Without a real need, it…

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Icon: The North Face Mountain Light

I acquired my Mountain Light during the spring of 98’. I had spent the previous summer making $43 a week at a lodge south of Yellowstone, but it came with a cabin on the Snake River and three squares a day. My biggest expense were cigarettes at an appalling two dollars a pack. I didn’t…

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La Playa from La Matera

La Matera just released their latest Polo Belt: the La Playa…in a very limited fashion. It couldn’t come soon enough.  Polo Belts are all the rage, and this offering is very seasonally appropriate.  Hand embroidered in Argentina, this belt is extremely versatile.  Dress it up with a pair of white jeans and a sport coat,…

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Lowcountry Quail Hunt

There is a good group of us who attend SEWE.  A lot of the brands I talk about here on RCS make their way down to the Lowcountry in February for the annual Wildlife event.  This year, a few of us decided to go on a quail hunt the Thursday before the Exposition started.  Mark…

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Ferragamo Bits

By all means am I a Bit Loafer fan.  I wear them all the time.  I generally prefer the Martin Dingman or Oak Street Bootmakers bits, and the Onward Reserve Pace bits are a great adaptation as well. However, East Dane just picked up one of my favorite pair: the Salvatore Ferragamo Fiordi Double Gancio…

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Catching Up: Holderness & Bourne

With today as the first day of Spring, it’s only appropriate that we talk GOLF.  It’s been way too long since I’ve swung a club, and the itch is real.  I can’t wait to get back out there and try to find a few birdies.  The Masters is less than a month away(!), so let’s…

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Turkey Hunting Get Up

Admittedly, I haven’t done a ton of turkey hunting.  I have a few lined up this season, and am really excited to get out and try and get a Tom. When thinking about turkey gear, it’s really about comfort and cover.  From a comfort perspective, you are going to be sitting still for quite some…

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