Posted on September 22 2017
The Fall/Winter Men's collection is now available online!
Shop fresh arrivals from your long time favorites and learn more about some of our newest men’s collections from Jungmaven, Cuisse de Grenouille and Wise below...
Jungmaven wants everyone in a hemp tee by 2020. Everyone. It’s the company’s founding mission.
“I wanted to put a goal in front of me that seemed absurd and at the same time if accomplished would help change the world for the better,” Jungmaven founder Robert Jungmann said in 2016.
We are happy to help.
Hemp production can help to balance the soil, air and water. It absorbs more atmospheric carbon dioxide than any plant known to man and requires half of the water of conventional cotton.
It makes a really great t-shirt.
Jungmaven, founded in 2005, makes a range of short and long-sleeved t-shirts. Most of the shirts are organic cotton/hemp blends (55-45 to be exact). The hemp brings a nice bit of added weight and incredible durability. A little rugged to the touch – in a good way – they have a classic fit and will stretch and move with you through the day. Available in a range of colors, you’ll want to stock up. Maybe that 2020 goal isn’t so absurd, after all.
Cuisse de Grenouille
First things first: its Kweece Duh Gren-wee. It means “frog legs.” You’re going to want to know. People are going to ask. Cuisse de Grenouille was launched in Paris in 2010 by twin brothers Lucas and Severin Bonnichon. The Bonnichon brothers have cited the “gentleman surfers” of the 1960s as inspiration for the line, which started with a simple pair of board shorts and has grown to now include a full collection of sophisticated staples.
Brushed cotton shirts feature horn buttons, contrasted hem gussets, and a classic locker loop – all the right details. Sweaters are made with Yak and merino wool and come in a classic fall palette. Keep them close by, you’ll want to reach for them every day once the temperature drops.
It is all easy to wear, but never unrefined. No hot sauce necessary.
The decision on how often you wash your hair is between you, your God, and your barber. We’re staying out of that one. But when you do lather up, it ought to be with Wise, a new line of natural and eco-conscious grooming products. Wise products are free of artificial fragrances and colors. There are no parabens, phthalates, or sulfates, which dry out your hair and scalp.
So what is in the products? All natural ingredients, scented with essential oils. Everything is made in Montreal and all products feature a star botanical from Canada. The pomade features glacial clay and red maple. Birch bark brings a fresh scent and plenty of Vitamin C to the shampoo. All products are formulated to improve the health of your hair.
Wise is also committed to responsible packaging. Everything is recycled, reusable, and refillable.
So, wash your hair and feel clean.