3Sixteen produce clothing & accessories using premium materials & quality American manufacturing with a focus on lasting construction, attention to detail & subtle marks of craftsmanship.
Ande Whall handmakes jeans for denim junkies all around the World out of his workshop in Christchurch, New Zealand. He is one of a small group of people who still designs & hand crafts each pair out the finest Japanese denim using vintage seaming techniques.
Pig hunter, Tony Morris couldn't find a good product to waterproof his hunting boots. So, in 1989 using good old fashion Kiwi ingenuity he developed BeeSeal made from natural New Zealand beeswax sourced from Manuka trees in the Coromandel native forests.
Columbiaknit has been crafting a variety of knitwear out of their small factory in Portland, Oregon since 1921.
Creep was founded in Osaka, Japan by Kiyofumi Awai in 1997. In 2008, Hiroshi Awai (Kiyofumi’s brother), took over as creative director & decided to combine innovative Japanese design with his passion for the simple beauty of functional American work wear.
Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps are synonymous with Old-World quality & time-honored simplicity. The Bronner family have a soapmaking history that dates back to 1858 & today they carry on that fine tradition.
Grenson are traditional English shoemakers who have been producing the finest quality men's footwear for over 150 years. Today, they thoughtfully update the styling on classic shoes while remaining true to the original.
Iron Heart was established by Harley Davidson fan Shinichi Haraki to make timeless clothing for bikers that takes no notice of fashion. What he came up with was so good that the brand now enjoys a cult following from denim lovers all around the world.
Naked & Famous have been making simple raw jeans in Canada since 2008 using quality denim sourced from Japanese Mills.
PF FLYERS have been making sneakers since the 1930's... A true American classic!
Pike Brothers specialises in the production of authentic classic workwear utilising original patterns & traditional fabrics.
Pointer Brand have been making hard wearing work clothing for over 100 years. Today, they are still based in Bristol, Tennessee where each garment is produced using American made fabrics, buttons, threads, labels & zippers.
Schott NYC has been making the best coats since 1913. Today, they are owned & run by the third & fourth generations of the Schott family & still manufacture most of their clothing in the U.S.
Triple Works is the brainchild of Shinichi Haraki, owner of cult heavyweight denim brand Iron Heart. The aim is to create clothing in classic, timeless styles that are constructed out of the finest materials to the highest standards.
Matt Pierce is a builder, designer, tinkerer & the creative genius behind Wood & Faulk. He lives in a tiny house over 100 years old in Portland, Oregon where he hand crafts amazing leather goods.
Back in Utah during the summer of 2005 two friends, bored with the look of standard chunkier shoes decided to start a little company called Zuriick. They began with simple canvas shoes with a contrasting purple sole which has grown into a full line of sleek canvas & leather shoes.