Light and extra absorbent, this cream will leave any skin surface that it touches feeling hydrated, smooth and refreshed. The simple volume of gentle, skin-soothing ingredients leaves skin with a non-oily finish.
This hand and body cream takes its inspiration from the infamous hallucinogenic plant that both inspired and drove people mad during the mid to late 1800s. The French Impressionists sensationalized its beverage form, depicting café patrons in a mindless somber. With this cream form, presented as "a non-hallucinogenic skin hydrant" you can expect the sweet subtle smell of absinthe mixed with marjoram, shea butter and cucumber extract. Its effects might not inspire you to paint or cut off your ear, but its gentle hydrating properties will take the stress off your hard-working hands and feet.
This lightweight, comfortable and tough Iron Ranger is built specifically for women. Features include Goodyear welt construction, nickel hardware, a Vibram® 430 Mini-lug sole for added traction, and premium, Red Wing Honey Chinook nubuck leather.
The early history of iron mining on Minnesota’s Mesabi Range is intertwined with that of Red Wing Shoe Company. The miners needed tough but comfortable boots that could stand up to the long days and tough conditions a northern Minnesota mine pit presented. Red Wing responded with a boot made of thick leather with an oil resisting outer sole, speed lacing hooks, and a comfortable cork midsole. The defining characteristic of these boots though, was their double layered toe, capped to protect the miner’s feet from injury as they labored with hand tools and heavy machinery. That boot is still made today, the fittingly named Iron Ranger, and it represents not only Red Wing’s commitment to making boots for working men and women but also its Minnesota origins.
Burroughs writes in his Indoor Studies: "...We readily attribute some extra virtue to those persons who voluntarily embrace solitude, who live alone in the country or in the woods, or in the mountains, and find life sweet..."
The woodsy, earthy scent of this beard oil brings together the solitary notes of nature and craftsmanship. The smell of freshly chopped forest woods move into a dusty carpenter's workshop, leaving behind the deep leathered richness of a cobbler's apron. Its very hardy, masculine fragrance works well with the rugged scruff left behind after a lazy summer's week of no shaving to the full-grown winter's beard. In addition to smelling great, the oils also help to moisturize surface skin and condition follicles. Can be used as a beard oil or as an oil based cologne. Great for all skin-types.