Five Friday Favorites – Issue #3

Five Friday Favorites – Issue #3

Friday wouldn’t be quite the same without our five favorite picks of the week. For this week, we have 3 clothing items, a functional, yet stylish keychain, and a pomade sampler. Drop us a line with your thoughts of this week’s Five Friday Favorites…

Gustin Cone BlueXBlack Denim

1. Gustin Cone BlueXBlack Denim

Gustin believes the future of fashion will be crowdsourced to deliver great quality at an incredible price-point. This pair of all-American sanforized raw selvedge denim comes from the Cone Mills in Greensboro, NC. Gustin says that this pair of jeans is one of the more unusual all-American denims out there and remains an all time favorite. Back a pair at Gustin for just $91.

Native Union KEY Cable

2. Native Union KEY Cable

The KEY Cable is simple, yet stylish keychain made of durable braided nylon cord with concealed connectors. It’s compact enough to fit in your pocket, but long enough to use your phone while it’s still charging. You’llnever have to worry about bringing along a phone charger again as you’ll have access to USB power at a moments notice. Pick up a KEY Cable today.

Pomade Mixer Kit

3. Pomade Mixer Kit

Struggling to find just the right product for your hair? The limited-edition Baxter Pomade Mixer Kit will help you find the perfect match. It comes complete with four travel-friendly versions of the brand’s most popularpomades—clay pomade, hard water pomade, cream pomade and hard cream pomade. Pick up a kit at Baxter of California for just $28.

Lands’ End Herringbone Puffer Vest

4. Lands’ End Herringbone Puffer Vest

Bundle up in this lightweight, yet warm puffer vest from Lands’ End. This stylish vest layers up quite nicely with its subtle gray herringbone pattern. You can tell Lands’ End paid attention to the small details by adding dual-entry pockets and a rear “tail” for warmth. Pick up one from Lands’ End today.

Chuck Taylor All-Star II

5. Chuck Taylor All-Star II

One of the most iconic sneakers has undergone a major redesign after 80 years without a single change. Though the look of the Chuck Taylor All-Star II remains much the same, Converse has completely re-engineered the shoe from the ground up using better materials for improved feel and performance. Try on a pair of the II’s at Converse.com.


Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know if we something that you feel should be on and upcoming Issue of Five Friday Favorites.



Nate Winn

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