• 3sixteen
    New York City, New York
    Founded in New York City in 2003, 3Sixteen aims to create collections that demonstrate longevity in both design and construction, producing clothing that will hold up to extensive wear and remain relevant season after season. The brand's aesthetic is built upon utilitarian silhouettes from decades past that are updated with premium materials and modern fits. The majority of the collection is hand-sewn in the USA of the finest fabrics, ensuring that every piece has a compelling story to tell.  

  • A Kind Of Guise
    Munich, Germany
    A Kind Of Guise was born from the idea of creating products which are equally well designed and of high quality in terms of both production and the materials used. Produced in Germany.

  • Woodlands
    Portland, Oregon
    We find inspiration from the joy of the journey, no matter how short or unplanned. Get out, get lost, find your way back home.

  • Reigning Champ
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    We love the outdoors. We love sports. They are just part of who we are. Reigning Champ represents our casual side. Made in the Pacific Northwest, these sportswear driven pieces represent a perfect collision of a design point of view paired with high quality materials and a superb fit. When it comes to fleece and solid cotton basics, Reigning Champ is among the best in North America. (You do remember that Canada is part of North America, right?)

  • Tanner Goods
    Portland, Oregon
    We are a group of designers and craftspeople, as well as skilled laborers. At Tanner Goods, we strive to create modern products that respect the past. Our philosophy combines a design-minded approach with a deep commitment to crafting items by hand. We choose carefully, from the materials we use and the suppliers we select, to the people we hire and the partners we join.

  • Norse Projects
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    An alluring cocktail of street-smart NY style, Scandinavian design, and a touch of retro-modern work wear, Norse is sort of the “Supreme of Scandinavia.” Their functional, forward thinking approach to apparel design delivers a high quality hybrid of street-meets-menswear that’s globally cool. Also, Mikkel and Mikkel are good friends of our company—we’ve stood behind each other’s brands for as long as we’ve known each other.

  • Battenwear
    Brooklyn, New York
    New to clothing scene, but with a foot in the spirit of the past, Battenwear was started in 2011 for the adventurer whose style overlaps the outdoors and the city. Which, in short, describes us exactly. Designer Hasegawa gathers inspiration from the energy of late 1960s through early '80s surf and outdoor wear, infusing it with a dose of contemporary vibe. Based in Brooklyn, NY, all Battenwear items are crafted with pride in the U.S.A.

  • The Hill-side
    Brooklyn, New York 
    Perhaps you’ve heard of the Hill-side? Yeah, we thought so. The Brothers Corsillo sort of blew up a few years ago, and we couldn’t be happier for them. Their collection ties, handkerchiefs, pocket squares and scarves are all made of amazing fabrics imported from Japan, and finished in New York. We see them as kindred spirits of a sort: The Hill-side/ Hickoree’s combo strikes a familiar chord to the way we approach Tanner Goods/Woodlands. We’re proud to be one of the first Hill-side retailers ever.

  • Martenero
    New York
    In an age where most things have gone digital, a mechanical watch is a rare holdout. No batteries. No circuit boards. A delicate balance of gears, springs, and weights, powered by the movement of its wearer. It’s one of the few expressions of style available to most men, while also serving a practical purpose. But more importantly, a personalized automatic watch is a reminder to self and to others that time is scarce, and not to be misspent.

  • Weiss Watch Company
    Weiss Watch Company is proud to offer a mechanical timepiece built in the USA. Each fully mechanical movement is a manually wound Caliber 1001 comprised of over 100 Swiss parts that are hand-finished and assembled in Los Angeles, California. The case and caseback are machined from one solid piece of stainless steel and polished individually by hand. Sapphire crystals are used on the front and back of the case for strength and durability and display our highly finished movement inside. Hands are black oxide treated steel with luminescent Super-Luminova paint for legibility in the dark. Dials are machined from one solid piece of naval brass and have been hand painted for maximum legibility. Each Standard Issue Field Watch is supplied with a durable and waterproof olive green Cordura canvas strap. The Standard Issue Field Watch is a limited production timepiece built by hand. Each individually numbered timepiece is delivered in our custom-built California pine wood box, also built by hand in the USA.

  • Engineered Garments
    New York City, New York
    Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki masterfully blends classic Americana with a certain Japanese aesthetic. Named for a pattern maker's observation that the clothes carry so much detail, the garments are engineered rather than designed, the line delivers unparalleled craftsmanship and detail-oriented heritage workwear. Engineered Garments clothing is influenced by American sportswear, outdoor clothing and military uniform, and features detailing rarely seen from most other brands today.

  • Rogue Territory
    Los Angeles, California 
    Rogue Territory is a small operation run by Karl Thoennessen in Los Angeles, California that produce a small seasonless collection of jeans, shirts, trousers and accessories in small batches from the finest textiles and components available. His passion for old world craft and manufacturing struck a chord with the maker in us, and after a small sampling of his work, we knew we just had to have it.

  • Tellason
    San Fransisco, California
    Clean, classic and built to last. How can you not like denim inspired by The Clash? The fellas behind Tellason, Pete and Tony, are the nicest guys you’ll ever meet, and their product exemplifies their hard work and commitment to high quality, well-made garments. Plus, they make their denim in San Francisco, which is sort of like making suits in Napoli: It’s the birthplace. We’ve stood behind them (and in their jeans) since the beginning.

  • Gerber
    Portland, Oregon
    Gerber is a company dedicated to making knives and tools that combine high quality materials and innovative designs that will stand up to a lifetime of use. The sleek, stainless steel sheath knives of the ’50s and ’60s (the Magnum Hunter) have given birth to today’s lightweight, open-frame clip folders (the Remix). Gerber is, however, no longer just a knife company. Multi-tools, axes, handsaws, machetes, headlamps, flashlights, survival kits, digging implements - these are the newest directions that Gerber explores with the same standards of quality and design that inform their revered knife making.

  • Snow Peak
    Sanjō, Japan
    Snow Peak strive to create products that inspire people to enjoy the outdoors, we seek harmony between people and nature, and we look to manufacturer with such high quality standards that you'll pass them on to the next generation like a great wrist watch

  • MWC
    Zürich, Switzerland
    In the era of the smartphone, who even needs a watch? We do. Because we care about things that last, and about companies that create them. Military Watch Co, or MWC, are a leading supplier of durable, reliable timepieces to the kind of people who need their tools to perform, time after time: military, police forces, pilots, and various government agencies and departments—so basically: spies. Clean in style, simple in design, solid in manufacturing; MWC makes our kind of watches.

  • Midori
    Tokyo, Japan 
    Midori, a Japanese stationary, design, and paper company established in 1950. They continue to produce all of their product in Japan to this day. 

  • Kaweco
    We like nice things. And nice things can be simple, functional objects. Like a pen you genuinely want to write with. A perfect example of classic, timeless German design, these pens have becomes favorites of ours for the balance and the simple pleasure of writing with them. We think you might feel the same way.

  • Creep
    Toronto, Ontario
    Taking easy-going Americana garments and blending them with some Japanese styling and tailoring, Creep manages to create affordably priced basics with a hidden touch of the fresh. A limited distribution brand, we’re happy to report they are unique to Portland via Woodlands.

  • AXS Folk Technology
    Los Angeles, California
    Kyle Ng, designer of Farm Tactics presents a conceptual collection weaving together past and present, inspired by commune life and the Whole Earth vibe of the Bay Area in the 1960s- living off the land while looking toward the future. Our modern take on the tradition of artisanal craft is what we call Folk Technology.

  • LA panoplie
    Paris, France
    A relative newcomer to the market. LA panaplie is a French apparel brand focused on building modern, stylish garments with an emphasis on impeccable fit and color. Blending inspiration from Parisian street-culture, art and design, we were drawn to their clothing, in part, for the extensive use of classic indigo discharge prints, and woven jacquard patterns, forming a cohesive collection capturing the vivid spectrum of blue.

  • Monitaly
    Hermosa Beach, California
    Monitaly straddles a line of old-world attention to craft and new world influence mash-up that few otherbrands could successfully pull off. Based in the sunshine of Hermosa Beach, California, Monitaly is the brainchild of designer Yuki Matsuda. Matsuda is perhaps better known for his footwear brand Yuketen, but his clothes share the same wild energy and fresh outlook. The brand name is derived from Matsuda's three biggest passions in life: his daughter Monica, the military & Italy. Monitaly pieces stand apart thanks to an easily recognizable combination artisanal construction, striking fabric choices and truly functional designs.

  • Woolpower
    Östersund, SWEDEN
    Woolpower is owned by Ekstigen, a family-owned company consisting of a group of small manufacturing companies. The products manufactured include crowbars, axes and protective clothes for forestry workers. Woolpoweer is fully committed to the production of warm undergarments and mid-layer clothing sold under the brand name Woolpower. The company employs about 70 people and the entire production is in Östersund, in the northern part of Sweden. Approximately 80% of the sales are exported to about 25 countries all over the world.

  • Danner
    Portland, Oregon 
    The words “local” and “family” get thrown around a lot. In this case, they are the real deal. Locally made and manufactured, family owned and operated, Danner makes, and has always made, rugged boots for people who need them most. Their history in the outdoor and work world is rich, and is there for a reason. Why is Danner important to The Woodlands? Because as a company, they are important to our region, and they mirror many of the ideals we hope to represent.

  • Dehen 1920
    Portland, Oregon 
    Made here in Portland for more than 80 years, Dehen is a textbook definition of a family business that’s endured because of its superior product. A commitment to domestic garment manufacturing of the utmost quality, Dehen makes pieces that are a true investment—they will last you long enough to pass along to your kids.

  • Public Supply
    Brookyln, New York
    Public Supply is a for-profit company that produces responsibly sourced and well crafted writing, art, and office essentials.  Public Supply channelsl 25% of profits from every sale to a teacher in a high-need classroom, who will use the money for a project that drives creativity. All design work on our products is done in Brooklyn, New York, and all products are sustainably sourced in the United States.

  • Oak Street Bootmakers
    Chicago, Illiniois
    George Vlagos might not have known it when he was young, but he was born to make shoes. The son of a cobbler, the Oak Street Bootmakers founder and designer started early, apprenticing at his father’s shop and learning the craft of shoemaking before most of us even knew what the word “cobbler” meant. Now, Oak Street Bootmakers is intent on preserving the heritage of fine shoemaking by creating its own thoughtfully designed, carefully crafted shoes. Constructed from renowned Horween Chromexcel leather, all Oak Street shoes and boots are handcrafted in the USA by shoemakers with over 20 years of experience. OSB’s modern interpretations of classic designs, mixed with fresh new styles of their own creation, combine to make a line we get excited just thinking about.

  • Jacob Bromwell Co
    Known for quality, Jacob Bromwell is the oldest kitchenwares manufacturer, marketer, and retailer in the United States. Established in Cincinnati, Ohio by frontier entrepreneur Jacob Bromwell in 1819, our renowned housewares company has been producing the highest quality cooking, baking, and food preparation products since the U.S. was a mere 22 states. Today, our specialty products retain a rustic touch that Jacob Bromwell acquired on the American frontier, and promise to take you on a fun-filled journey into nostalgia and tradition. Loyal to our American roots, our company is entirely U.S. based and continues to manufacture all of our products right here in the USA. It's the way we've done it for over 193 years.

  • John Allans
    With his unique insight into the preferences of his clients and stylists, John Allan began research and development for his product line in 1998. He designed his formulas specifically for the needs of men, and used the latest ingredients containing vitamins, botanicals, and marine plant extracts. John Allan also addressed the issues of performance, packaging and scent. In formulating his products, he used the best testing lab he could find – his thousands of New York City clients. Utilizing feedback from a select group of clients and members who splashed, spread, scrubbed, shaved, shampooed and showered with each and every product, John Allan and his team developed a high quality line with proven performance.

  • Blackwing
    Stockton, California
    Claimed by many, including John Steinbeck, Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein and Chuck Jones, to be the best writing utensil in the world, Blackwing pencils are famous for the quality of graphite, iconic shape, replaceable eraser, and those whose works they’ve inspired throughout the years. 

  • Howlin by Morrison
    Antwerp, Belgium
    Howlin - scottish slang for smelly - is an Antwerp knitwear brand with strong roots in Scotland and Ireland. Since 1981 they have been producing quality knitwear and in 2009 they launched a new label Howlin'. The way of manufacturing remains traditional but Howlin' offers more room for fantasy in shape and pattern. 

Howlin' strives for timeless, playful products that are made with care. So whether it is a scarf or a shaggy waistcoat; all their products are individually manufactured and hand finished by traditionally skilled craftsmen in either Scotland and Ireland using the highest quality yarns possible.

  • Industry
    SOLID is a line of physical products, created by Portland-based team, INDUSTRY. SOLID represents a state of mind - both style and function. Series 1, the inaugural release of SOLID, is a highly considered pair of modern tools that ships as a set of two: one edge and one opener. This sleek and functional duo was produced as a limited run and is available in two materials.