What To Wear: The Masters (For Him)

There are a select few that land a badge to The Masters.  Those lucky Patrons get to hike the hallowed grounds of Augusta National, watching the best golfers in the world on the best course in the world.  You’ll park a mile away, there are a lot of hills, and the weather in usually unpredictable. …

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Martin Dingman X RCS Masters Giveaway

Happy Masters Week, folks.  It was a long, dull, wet winter, and the unofficial kickoff to shorts weather is here.  They are firing it down the fairways in Augusta, getting ready for the best sporting event of the year.  I hear the azaleas are blooming and the greens are as hard as ever.  The Masters…

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In Hand: The Fisher & Baker Chelsea Trench

I’m a Fisher & Baker fan.  I knew the first time I laid my hands on their products that it would be a long relationship.  I got the Kensington Shell a while back, and wear it A LOT…it was a very wet Winter here in Atlanta.  I recently got the Chelsea Trench for a dressier…

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2019 Shorts Rundown

And just like that, it’s shorts weather.  Well, Mother Nature may sneak in a couple more days with highs in the 50s, but with the sun shining.  It’s time to let those calves breath a little. Shorts are a funny thing.  You can tell the guys whose wives buy their shorts for them – they…

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Guitar Talk: The One

I love guitars. In fact, I spend way too much time on the internet looking for new ones and often find myself buying and selling guitars. It’s a ridiculous hobby that guitarists sometimes call G.A.S. or Gear Acquisition Syndrome. Any YouTube video, television show, or picture on the internet can set it off. Listening to…

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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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