RAGGEDedge Pack Mule

A limited edition duffle bag handmade in Virginia from water-resistant sailcloth

Founded in 1997 by a group of accomplished sailors with a knack for sewing, RAGGEDedge uses sailcloth, kevlar and carbon fiber to create small batches of bags and wallets in their Virginia-based workshop. With a distinct, Flywire-like look and well-documented strength, the heavy duty laminate materials lend a unique character to the brand’s rugged products. We’re particularly partial to the Pack Mule in carbon fiber …

Off Piste: West America + Woolrich

Jordan Hufnagel and James Crowe create a limited-run, American-made collection of clothing for their epic motorcycle trip

For many, there comes a time when the to-do list never shortens and when free time doesn’t really feel free. This is where CH found longtime friends Jordan Hufnagel and James Crowe just over a year ago. And this is what led the two—Hufnagel, a bicycle builder by trade; and Crowe, a custom motorcycle fabricator—to found West America, an outdoor lifestyle experiment centered on escaping …

Martha Davis

The designer's latest footwear collection with the Workshop Residence uses reclaimed materials from the Bay Area

A long career in industrial design informs Martha Davis‘ footwear collection, which was first launched back in 2009. The multifaceted designer spent the last few months at San Francisco’s Workshop Residence, creating shoes by hand from custom steel shanks, vegetable-tanned leather and reclaimed wood from the Bay Area. Debuting today, the three new styles represent Davis’ embrace of natural materials and minimal fashion. Davis found …