Make lighter work of it with Shinola's Slim Briefcase — crafted to carry everything, without the weight. Made from American-tanned leathers and designed at their Detroit leather studio. This spacious bag includes an exterior slip pocket and three additional interior pockets and comfortably fits a 15” laptop. Featuring Shinola signature details, including a Bold Orange d-ring with attached key fob. Strong top handles and silver tone hardware ensure long-term usability, and are light enough for everyday use.
Step into greener pastures with this Runwell style chronograph. Stopwatch functionality, a date indicator box and two inset dials and three hands are all powered by a hand assembled Argonite 5021.1 high-accuracy quartz movement and enable you to to keep track of whatever the heart desires with split second precision.
We don’t believe in cutting corners, we believe in celebrating them. A modern take on a classic design, The Cass introduces the elegant square shape to our collection. Petite in size but bold by nature, this stainless steelcase features railroad tracking and a refined pumpkin crown. The Navy Mother of Pearl dial with sub second shines on a Heather Gray double-wrap leather strap while swing lug construction enables a comfortable fit that curves to the female wrist.
Red Wing Shoe Company had an office in Dallas, Texas as early as 1923 to serve the unique market of ranchers, cowboys and oil drilling roughnecks in the region. At the time, most of these workers wore pull-on riding boots, often with decorative stitching, and Red Wing responded with one of its own in the 1930s. This pull-on boot was given a new name, Pecos, after a town in Texas and it evolved into one of their most popular styles, thanks to its simple design, comfortable fit, and rugged good looks. Still made the same way with quality leathers and attention to detail, the Pecos is now seen on hardworking feet from coast to coast, both ends of the Mississippi, and everywhere in between. Call it a cowboy boot, with a Minnesota twist.