Looking for a cool, durable way to carry your yoga mat to class on your bike? Check out the simple carrier that builds upon the same design that made the original belt so popular...
Watching this Aston drive the turns on Panoramic Hwy is perfect! Beautiful car! One day I hope to drive passed it.
A simple solution to our oceans pollution
"We are excited to introduce our new invention helping to solve, educate and prevent our oceans pollution problems.
The Seabin is a revolution in ocean cleaning technology. It will help create cleaner oceans with healthier marine life. The Seabin project is helping create a better way of life for everyone and every living thing."
Support and fund the Seabin Project HERE
Excellent Woolrich denim field jacket with detachable warm blanket lining. Features include two front snap button pockets, one interior velcro pocket, corduroy collar, solid brass hanger clips (in addition to front buttons). Very warm jacket with incredible style.
Size: Men's Medium (see measurements below)
- Shoulder: 23.5" (seem to seem)
- Underarm: 22.5" (pit to pit)
- Sleeve: 23" (shoulder seem to cuff)
- Overall Length: 28" (bottom of collar to bottom of front)
Bright and beautiful red Polo chore coat with a plaid flannel lining. In near new condition, this jacket features a corduroy collar, four front pockets and one interior pocket. 100% cotton shell and lining.
Size: Men's Medium
- Shoulder: 19.5"
- Underarm: 21.5"
- Sleeve: 23" (shoulder to end)
- Overall Length: 26.5"
More vintage goods available later in the week!
We are so connected to the ocean when we surf, yet most surfboard materials and processes are so toxic to us and the environment. Check out Moss Research and their Eco-Flex recycled foam and natural resins (note no mask required while glassing these boards--as it should be). Shoutout to Evan Luth shredding in a couple waves too!
Patagonia Ambassador Belinda Baggs rides a surfboard designed in 1968 by fellow Patagonia Ambassador Wayne Lynch. This design came to Wayne in a dream and he called it the Involvement Model. It became the one board quiver that he rode around the world. Nearly forty five years later, Belinda explores what riding that surfboard feels like. When we look back at that time, we can see that in a few little hotbeds of surfboard design around the globe, boards were getting shorter, outlines were getting curvier, rails were coming down in volume, fins were getting sleeker and moving forward. Wayne Lynch’s Involvement Model is a classic example of these kind of transition era boards. So it’s interesting to me at least to see Belinda go back to this kind of transitional board four decades later and reinterpret it with a kind of postmodern retrospective, as a woman with her own rich heritage in Australian surfing; as a well-rounded quiver enthusiast familiar with both the longer & shorter ends of surfcraft; & of course as a world-class logger. I hope you enjoy the film.
I remember meeting Andrew Low at the airport on our way to Interbike in '09 (might have been 2010). He paid his way for a general admission and had a few brochures in a folder he showed us. I had seen his first two frames rolling around the city a couple months before. I remember thinking how cool it was that he was making hand-built aluminum frames in the US, but also thinking "good luck!" With all the frames made in Asia, breaking into the hand-built aluminum frame market seemed like a David versus Goliath type of campaign. But fast forward 5 years and Andrew has proven that American handmade is something people pay a premium for; just google Low Bicycles and you'll see how proud customers are to show off their builds.
Something else I find really cool that many people probably don't know about Andrew is that he makes many of his own tools. He made his own jig (pictured in the second photo), refurbishes all his own machines, and even made his own kiln! He is truly a master of his craft, something you don't see everyday.
I visited Andrew just down the street and got a few photos. He's up to some cool new stuff, including a new track frame (mkII Track) and the new road frame (mk1). Support local makers and checkout Low Bicycles.
We have now opened a vintage section of the shop for items like retired SF Muni jackets, SF hats, vintage Pendleton and Eddie Bauer and more! We are starting with a dozen items but will be adding more regularly. Also coming very soon are a whole variety of vintage lapel pin packs. My good friend and roommate and I will be curating the vintage store together.
Check out the goods HERE
My sister's boyfriend Zach of Rainy Day Studios in Portland makes some really amazing pottery. He just launched a website that looks great and has some really beautiful offerings. I strongly encourage you to check him out! Below is a mug he made for me. I love the mix of glaze and unglazed, and of course the cool tree he put on it.