The Pop-up Flea takes place once a year, in the heart of New York City. Putting tons of amazing American heritage brands together in the same room and allowing people to come see, touch, and try on their products. When you’re spending good money on an item, you want to make sure it fits right, and it feels right – this is what is so great about the flea. I missed out last year, so I told myself I wouldn’t make the same mistake again. The trip was totally worth every penny. Shaking hands with some of the guys who inspired Simple Threads was really great. Enjoy the photos.
Man, being without my laptop sure is a pain! I’ve got a grip of photos to share but no way to share them! New battery is en route, so I should be back at it shortly. In the interim, I figured I’d share some product that I’ve been lusting after lately. So here’s a head-to-toe run down of some items I’m wishing I had this Christmas.
Inverallan Knit Cap for Inventory Magazine – $85
The Hill-Side Cross Print Scarf – $80
Gitman Vintage for Penfield USA – $140
3sixteen x Woodlands Supply Co. Pendelton Wool Overshirt – $175
Makr Carry Goods Farm Ruck Sack in Natural – $160.00
Tanner Goods Heritage Belt – $90
Engineered Garments Workaday Cords in Olive – $160
Two-Feet Ahead Crew Socks in Moss – $8.00
Quoddy Mocassin Road Chukka w/ Brick Vibram Sole – $280