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  • The Smaller Details in Quality

    Posted April 16 2014

    If you’ve been paying attention to men’s clothing for any period of time, you’re probably well acquainted with how to look for quality. Suits should be half- or fully-canvassed; shoes should be made from full grain leathers; and when possible, shirts should have mother of pearl buttons, rather than plastic ones (although vintage-style plastic buttons do add a nice touch). These, however, are just the basics. For a closer look at quality, you’ll want to look at some of the smaller details. For example, in shirts and pants, see if the seams were made with a high stitch-count.Sewing machines are...
  • The Short Version

    Posted April 15 2014

                                The Short Version Shorts...men like Tom Ford and GQ's Glenn O'Brien tend to avoid them, but personally, I find myself waiting with great anticipation for those warm, sticky summer days, when shorts are just about the only appropriate way to cover one's bottom. And who knows, maybe I'm just longing for greener pastures, particularly given that it's expected to snow today, but recently, my desire to sport some shorts has grown exponentially and I find myself mulling over the topic on the reg. But up until a few years ago, though I looked forward to summer and my shorts...
  • What's a Chino?

    Posted April 11 2014

                        Spring is here, and that means it’s time to shift away from heavyweight denim towards lighter weight trousers or, in many cases, chinos. But what’s a chino? And where did they come from?While today the word “chino” has become interchangeable with trousers or khakis, the word itself has a specific connotation rooted in the history of the West. Beginning in the 1800s, the British military was interested in finding new, hardwearing fabrics to replace the traditional heavyweight wools that had been used in military uniforms up to that point. At the same time, Western imperialism was reaching its’ peak....
  • Too Tough For Its Own Good

    Posted April 10 2014

                                                                                       I was first introduced to cufflinks when I was 12 years old. I had bought a dress shirt from Brooks Brothers and, instead of having button cuffs, this shirt had two weird rod like fabric objects that felt smooth and looked cool, but didn't seem to be of any use. So, I threw away the two “rod like fabric objects” and when it came time to wear the shirt, quickly realized what cufflinks were and the function they serve. Since that time, I developed a healthy dose of respect and a good deal of fascination for and joy...
  • Close To The Chest

    Posted April 09 2014

                               It's rare in life when you just can't go wrong, but in our second installment of our “coloring outside of the lines,” series, we're going to talk about something that you really can't mess up: pocket squares. If you ever been in a rush to get out the door, in your “same old, same old” (which, don't get me wrong, could still be pretty awesome), and without much time to think about how to add that perfect cherry to the top of your outfit, then you might already be familiar with the pocket square. And if you've been in...
  • Here Comes the Sun...

    Posted April 08 2014

                                                                  For much of the country, the winter was long and hard. But things are finally starting to look up. The sun is shining, temperatures are above freezing on a regular basis, co-workers' moods may have significantly improved, and summer is all too near. Who knows, you may even be changing along with these other welcome changes. Perhaps you are even feeling a bit more whimsical and carefree. However, for many of us, between the hours of 9-5, we have to hide our newly whimsical and carefree selves in workplaces that don't quiet appreciate our enthusiasm for life. But don't...
  • Supers Ain’t Nothing but a Number

    Posted April 07 2014

                                                On the sales floor of any boutique nowadays, you’ll find a sales associate encouraging some potential customer to stroke the sleeve of a tailored jacket. “Feel that!,” he or she’ll triumphantly say. “That’s Super 200s wool.” The truth is, super wools are just a numbers game. The traditional way of grading the quality of yarn is to see how much can be spun out of one pound of raw wool. The finer the fibers, the more spools – or “hanks” – can be filled. Thus, if a wool is “60s,” it means that a pound of raw wool will...
  • Finding a Tailor

    Posted April 04 2014

                                                                  In a perfect world, bespoke clothing and excellent custom tailoring would be affordable and widely available. Commissioning a new suit would be as easy as going to the grocery store – every neighborhood would have its’ own local tailor with their own private atelier. Unfortunately, this clothing nirvana has yet to come to pass, and the vast majority of clothing that most of us will own is considered “off the rack” – created not for you individually, but produced from basic patterns designed to be suitable for a variety of body types. Fortunately, finding a good tailor, and...
  • Button Tales

    Posted April 03 2014

                                                                    Traditional men’s clothing – or dress clothing – is full of arcane rules and customs that are often inexplicable, yet are very important in demonstrating to the world that you know how to dress yourself. One of the most common mistakes men make when wearing suit jackets and sport coats is buttoning the bottom button (confession time: we’re guilty of this ourselves sometimes). Unless you’re wearing a one-button jacket, leave that bottom button undone.   But where did this rule come from? And what does it mean?   Fortunately, unlike many fashion traditions, we’re able to definitely trace the...
  • The Problem with the “Made in USA” Label

    Posted April 02 2014

    Anyone who lived through the ‘80s probably remembers some of that decade’s classic “buy American” ads. The ones that showed a mother trying to explain to her son why daddy lost his job at the factory, or a group of union workers singing “Buy American” songs. Those ads tried to save a struggling American manufacturing sector by appealing to consumers’ sense of patriotism, but the message was largely ineffective and mostly forgotten by the time the ‘90s tech boom hit. Only, a decade later, the message reappeared as the US entered its Great Recession. Except, this time, they were different....
  • Oh the things we see!

    Posted April 01 2014

    Fashion and technology. The two ideas and the two industries are intertwined to some degree yet opinions of technology among those in fashion often couldn't be farther apart. Innovation and advances in technology have completely revolutionized manufacturing. As a result of technology, it is now possible to manufacture clothing at great scale; develop new designs, washes, textures, and materials; and even provide higher quality goods to the masses, among many other things. And while these are great advances worth noting, there is a trade off to be made when embracing technology to its fullest and among the upper echelons of...
  • It's So Choice

    Posted March 28 2014

    Many of us are told, “the world is your oyster” when we are young. Then life happens, things don't turn out like we thought they would, and we no longer believe that the world is filled with endless opportunity. Sometimes in response, we replace our ambitious hopes and dreams for the future with something more realistic and achievable,we limit our potential, and we forget how to dream big and imagine what life would be like if “the world was our oyster.” Well, we didn't forget and today, we welcome you to join us on the final chapter of our building...
  • Continuing to Grow

    Posted March 27 2014

    Clothes are a form of expression to some, a form of art to others, a necessity to a great many, and a host of other things to a countless number of people. Much like the varied role that clothes play in our lives, so do our thoughts about what it means to have a “complete wardrobe” and when we can stop building our foundational arsenal of threads and start growing it. Fortunately, no one but you can figure that one out on your own, but we'd be happy to help in any way possible, and as we did yesterday, we'll...
  • Building and Growing

    Posted March 26 2014

    We like to think of ourselves as a pretty capable bunch, but even so, we cannot tell you what the “perfect wardrobe” is. Because there really isn't a perfect wardrobe. Everyone's proportions and dimensions, preferences and needs, habitats and climates, and means differ and their “ideal” wardrobes do as well. So, we don't want and we're not going to try to tell you what you should and shouldn't have in your wardrobe. Instead, we'll focus on how we built and grew our wardrobe and today we're going to start out with what formed the foundation of our wardrobes, particularly as...
  • Less Understood Fibers

    Posted March 25 2014

                                                          Plant and animal fibers are the building blocks of clothing. They’re what yarns are spun from, and subsequently what fabrics and ultimately clothes are made out of. With certain yarns, we get certain properties. Cotton and linen tend to be lightweight and breathable, merino wool is warm and insulating, and cashmere is soft and luxurious. But what about the other materials we see on our care tags, such as Egyptian cotton, Alpaca, and Tencel? Here we’ll review ten less popularly understood fibers and what they mean for clothes. Alpaca: Fiber from the alpaca, a small, domesticated llama native to...
  • Enzyme Washes - Not So Gross After All

    Posted March 24 2014

                                                                                                                           Not to get all scientific or gross you out, but from time to time, I leave my epidermis exposed...and occasionally, I even wear clothes that have been treated with the same enzymes used to eliminate clumps of indigestible plant material - fibers, skins, and seed - when they are trapped in people's stomachs. Yup, that's how I roll and whether you know it or not, it's probably how you do too because clothes that are treated with enzyme washes include cellulase, the very same suite of enzymes that are used to clear masses in human stomachs. So, why...
  • Why Polyester Isn't A Dirty Word

    Posted March 21 2014

      When most people think about polyester, they think of the 1970s and the 1980s – shiny, synthetic jackets stretched tight, tucked into stretchy, polyester bellbottoms in bright colors, or flashdance-esque polyester leggings and oversized, baggy polyester shirts. Luckily, over the past forty years polyester, like all fabrics, has improved, and now there’s key advantages to buying fabrics made from a synthetic fabric, or a combination of synthetics and natural fibers. Polyester fabrics – knitted from polyester yarns – can be natural or synthetic in origin. Invented in 1941 in England based on earlier research, early polyester was formed through...
  • Shooting Jackets - Just Do It

    Posted March 19 2014

         I once had a boss that I despised. The man was awful and that's not an opinion, it's a fact. Yet, when I had my one and only shot to make his life a little less pleasant, I didn't take it. It occurred one afternoon when a colleague made a mistake on materials that went out to a client. My boss uttered the following words, “I'm going to hunt that b****rd down” and immediately, I knew that I had my opportunity to strike. Bad language was perfectly acceptable in the workplace, but the “hunting down” part, if...
  • The Tie That Unites The Ties That Separate

    Posted March 18 2014

    Ties... Some of us choose to wear them. Some of us are required to wear them. Most of us don't wear them at all. Some of us love them. Some of us hate them. Most of us don't care about them. Interestingly, for a word that suggests universality, “ties,” people's opinions of them are anything but universal. Furthermore, ties are an everyday part of some people's lives but don't play any role in others' lives. One could even go so far as to say that the ties more often untie than tie. But even though ties aren't universal, there is...
  • Waterbury Buttons: A Storied Past

    Posted March 17 2014

      Philly has its cheesesteaks; Chicago has its deep dish pizza; and Waterbury, Connecticut has its buttons. Yup, buttons. And while they are not as tasty as cheesesteaks or deep dish pizza (in fact, to be clear, we DO NOT recommend eating buttons), the Waterbury Button, and the Waterbury Button Company as a whole, is pretty darn special. The Waterbury Button Company is the oldest metal button manufacturer in the United States. The Company was founded in 1812 when the United States went to war with Britain, the U.S.'s exclusive supplier of buttons prior to war. As a result of...
  • Fashion is War

    Posted March 14 2014

      On October 25, 1854, a Russian army attacked the port city of Balaclava on the Black Sea, in hopes of lifting the siege of the nearby Russian port of Sevastopol, which had been under attack by a combined British, French and Turkish force for over a month. This battle was part of the Crimean War, and while fascinating in its own right (especially with the recent tension in the region), it’s also a way to attempt to date two fashion innovations. The British forces were commanded by Field Marshal FitzRoy Somerset, the 1stRaglan, an accomplished British soldier and an...
  • Zippers: The Inevitable

    Posted March 13 2014

                                                     Sir Jonathan Ive, Apple's Senior Vice President of Design, has been called “one of the most inspiring and influential product designers ever.” He is responsible for some of Apple's most revolutionary products like the MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, and iPad Mini. Yet, this creative genius is guided by a fairly simple concept: inevitability. In the words of Ive: “So much of what we try to do is get to a point where the solution seems inevitable: you know, you think 'of course it's that way, why would it be any other way?'” Like...
  • Tencel: No Need to Sacrifice

    Posted March 11 2014

                                The environment. The term, particularly when used in the context of “saving the environment,” often prompts a visceral reaction. And while there are nuances, exceptions, and disagreements on environmental policy, what causes environmental damage, and how best to save the environment, I imagine that one would have to search pretty extensively to find someone who is fundamentally anti-environment. Someone who just hates clean air, trees, bunnies, and wants his or her tombstone to read, “Here lies Mr./Ms./Mrs. “X,” pro-swag yet anti-environment by principle.” The point being, the majority of rational human beings are of the mindset that environment =...
  • The History of Denim

    Posted March 10 2014

                                               Today denim is ubiquitous, and there’s rarely an occasion where you don’t see someone wearing some form of denim. But where did denim come from? And how did denim come to define America, and become such an important part of American fashion culture?   Jeans originated from the Italian port of Genoa in the 1500s, where the hardwearing fabric used by sailors was called “bleu de Genes” for its indigo color, although they didn’t enter the American consciousness until 1873, when Levi Strauss began manufacturing and selling denim. Based in San Francisco, California, Strauss sold his rugged clothing to...
  • Why Shorts Should Cost as Much Pants

    Posted March 06 2014

    Today, I'm going to tell you a story, one that may initially prompt you to initially ask yourself, “what the hell is he talking about?” However, I promise you that it'll all make sense at the end and I think, or at least hope, that you'll be happy that you stuck around to read it. I wouldn't have wrote it otherwise... I expect that many of you have either used or heard of Box and Dropbox, two young yet large tech companies. In just a few years, Box and Dropbox have grown rapidly. They've done well. Very well. Today, Dropbox...
  • Thread Count: What Does It Mean and Why It's Important?

    Posted March 05 2014

                                               Bigger is better. It's a powerful idea. One that makes SUVs so darn appealing, one that explains the remarkable success of Urban Outfitter's “Everything is Bigger in Texas” shirts, and one that customers often fall back on when making decisions about clothing. But perhaps the “bigger is better” mindset is also one that we don't question enough. Well, today that ends as we examine thread count, what it means, why it matters, and if bigger (aka higher thread counts) is better. What is thread count and why does it matter? Thread count, which is expressed as a number (e.g....
  • The Advantage of Whole Garment Knitting

    Posted March 04 2014

                                                    Despite the consumer trend in the last ten years of buyers wanting to learn more about how things are made, companies are still talk about their manufacturing process in very reductive terms. Rare is the brand that won’t simplify their production to just some country-of-origin label, as though everything coming out of a country is of the same quality. Some may talk about the handwork that goes into their products, but this often assumes that everything handmade is good, and everything machine made is bad. The reality of what determines quality is often much more complicated. Take knitwear,...
  • The Importance of Fit

    Posted March 03 2014

    “Clothes and manners do not make the man; but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.” - Arthur Ashe Many of us can relate to the following situation: That button down from our favorite designer's S/S line, the one that we've been saving up for, is all sold out in the size we always wear for that designer and in that fit. But we suspend disbelief and convince ourselves that we can size up or size down because “we'll lose a few lbs” or because “that tailor down the street can definitely take the shirt in.” Does it...
  • The Duke of Windsor

    Posted February 27 2014

                                                                   It’s hard to isolate legendary figures in the development of fashion – who knows who the first person to roll their jeans was? Who first decided to tuck his pants into his boots? But from this historical ambiguity, there have been a select few whose personal style helped transform what was understood to be classic menswear, and their appreciation of fit and pattern paved the way for what we know today.   Within classic menswear, Prince Edward, the Duke of Windsor, the namesake of the Windsor and half-Windsor knot stands out. Born in 1894 to...
  • Pigment Dyes

    Posted February 26 2014

                                                                               Robert Frost once wrote, “Nothing gold can stay,” and while he was referring to the slow decay of what was once a pure, simple place - Earth - Frost's words hold true with respect to pigment dyed garments and their color. Because when it comes to pigment dyed apparel, no color - not blue, red, green, orange, yellow, black, silver, or white - can stay. But that's okay. In fact, color fades from pigment dyed apparel by design. Pigment dyeing is arguably a misnomer. In fact, pigments, the foundation of pigment dyes and pigment dyeing, are insoluble and...
  • Beware of Buzzwords

    Posted February 25 2014

    It’s often said that, as a result of the bad economy, companies and consumers alike have refocused on quality. Brands talk more about their production processes and consumers focus on long-term value. Unfortunately, fifteen years later, what passes for a discussion about quality is often little more than a stringing together of buzzwords. Read through any product description to see what I mean. You can easily flip words around – like Madlibs – to make something heritage this, handcrafted that, or artisanal something or other. Even when words have meaning, they’re often inaccurate. Just last month, I saw an online...
  • Leather Belts

    Posted February 21 2014

    Most men don’t give belts a lot of thought. You have a black belt and a brown belt (maybe just a double sided belt) and that’s it. While this approach might keep the size of your closet manageable, which is a laudable goal, it stops you from appreciating all the intricacies of a well-crafted belt, and the variety of belts that exist. The most important component of a belt is what type of leather it’s made from. Belt leather can broadly be divided into two categories, corrected grain belts or full-grain leathers. Corrected grain leather is leather that, due to...
  • Overdyeing

    Posted February 19 2014

    Perhaps you've seen a friend's pair of jeans fade from black to blue and wondered what happened. Or maybe you've seen the terms “overdye,” “overdyed,” or “overdyeing” while cruising the interweb for fashion knowledge.  In one way or another, there's a good chance that “overdyeing” or some form of it has made its way into your life but maybe not into your vocabulary. Kind of like the word “perfunctory.” (Note: give this post more than just a perfunctory read) Well today that ends...   Overdyeing is a form of dyeing, a general term for the industrial process of adding color...
  • Grade Six

    Posted February 17 2014

    Browse through online clothing forums today, where tailored clothing enthusiasts congregate, and you’ll find dozens of threads where people argue over which makers produce the best suits. In fact, in one StyleForum thread, there’s a working hierarchical list that aims to organize producers according to tiers. One user suggests that Kiton be placed under the “Excellent” category, while Canali is just “Good” and Brooks Brothers is simply “Satisfactory.” A couple of posts later, one happy Canali customer bravely bumps up the Canali ranking to “Very Good,” and no one seems to object. The problem with these rankings is that they...
  • What's a Jacquard?

    Posted February 11 2014

    If the world can thank GQ and #menswear for anything, it might be the return of bold prints to the clothing mainstream. Where five years ago you’d find nothing but an array of white, blue – and if daring – pink medium weight oxford cloths, now you can see exotic patterns gracing shirts everywhere. Even business casual mavens aren’t afraid to throw on an indigo dot or sailboat print button down. When buying these shirts, though, it’s important to bear in mind that not all patterned shirts are created equal: there are shirts made from fabrics produced by Jacquard weaving...
  • Clothes Are Not Commodities

    Posted February 09 2014

    A common misconception today is that clothes are just commodities. That is, if you find two similarly styled shirts – blue, striped, and spread collared – then they’re substitutable and differ only in price. This is an understandable attitude when you consider how few men today understand how clothes are made, or are able to meet the men and women who produce what they wear. Contrast this to the early 20th century, when men had clothes custom made for them by their tailors, and had to be conversant in a certain language. Of course, clothes are not just commodities. Take...
  • Whole garment knitting

    Posted January 30 2014

    It’s both easy and difficult to determine the quality of a sweater. It’s easy in the sense that there aren’t many variables to consider, at least in comparison to suit jackets and sport coats. A well made sweater will be densely knitted, which will require more material, but also allow the garment to hold its shape better. The yarns will also be made from longer fibers, which will give it fewer “weak points” (microscopic to the eye), and thus result in less pilling. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to tell whether a sweater is made from a good yarn by simply looking...
  • A Tale of Love & Loss

    Posted January 25 2013

    This past week we have been showing at Capsule for Men's Market and our Fall '13 collection has been quite popular. So popular in fact that one of our cornerstone pieces was stolen from our booth. Our black cable knit sweater jacket was, well, jacked.     In a way it's flattering that someone would forgo being a decent human being and wait until it hits retail to pick one up. That it is such a "have to have it now" piece that they had to have it now. But seriously, what kind of individual steals from a company that...
  • Last Day of the Black Friday Sale!

    Posted November 25 2012

     It's the last day of the Black Friday Sale and there are some choice picks left for the upcoming holiday party barrage you surely will be hit with! The Pine Green cashmere sweater paired with Lavender striped button down (available in either Before or After Dinner) and Golden Gray Bloodline trousers is a killer holiday kit.     originally $425, now $212.50  originally $185 now $92.50 originally $400, now $200 The Black and Tan button down with Brown and Cream Bloodline trousers will standout in a crowd thanks to subtlety mixing patterns but the subdued tones avoid peacocking. originally $175,...
  • Got Wood?

    Posted September 17 2012

    There are too many black case-less iPhone 4S' floating around so finding a way to distinguish one phone from another without adding a bulky case and not compromise the aesthetics of our phones was assumed to be a challenge. Luckily, Monolith makes incredible replacement backs for iPhone 4's and 4S'.  The installation takes all of a couple minutes and the end result is about as perfect as any person could want a polished wood panel for a mobile device to be. Plus the case doubles as storage for your current glass back panel; just in case you need to take...
  • Green Soccer Journal Issue no.4

    Posted September 14 2012

        (Im)Patiently waiting for issue four of Green Soccer Journal to arrive in the mail is the current state of affairs this afternoon. For those who aren't familiar, this magazine marries editorials on style and soccer. What more could anyone want? If you are like us and accosting your Postal Service worker during his or her route, let this video, starting Phil Daniels from "Quadrophenia" as a frustrated soccer manager, satiate you until your copy arrives.  
  • Cloud Atlas

    Posted September 13 2012

    David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas is one of the best books we've read in recent memory. Hearing that the story was being adapted for film and the Wachowskis were saddled with directing duties developed excitement and a bit of nervousness as to how the subject material would be treated. After seeing the extended trailer, those uncertain feelings are no longer there. The six minutes spent watching is certainly worth it.  
  • Pimms Autumn Cup

    Posted September 11 2012

    (photo courtesy of: Alcademics) Everyone should be well aware by now that the Wolf vs Goat staple cocktail is Pimm's Cup. Using Pimm's No 3., it is arguably the perfect summer beverage. Now that the seasons are starting to change for us here, it's time to think about changing up our drink selection. Thankfully for us there is Pimm's Winter, a Brandy-based alternative to the Gin-based No 3. which makes an amazing Pimm's Autumn Cup. Check out the recipe below: 1 parts Pimm’s Winter 3 parts Local Apple Juice a bit of Star anise Cinnamon Stick Slice of green apple...
  • Morning Reminder: The Wolf vs Goat Thrid Annual Pig Roast

    Posted September 11 2012

    It's feeling like fall in the DMV and you can finally start pulling out some cool layering pieces you've been itching to wear. The feeling of fall is also a clear signal around here that the Wolf vs Goat Third Annual Pig Roast is right around the corner. If you haven't been made aware of this event yet: on September 29th, there will be a roasted pig and goat over a spit, Wolf vs Goat themed games and tremendously good company. Head over to our Facebook event page for more details and RSVP information. This is the essential way to welcome in...
  • WvG on today's 'Shop Talk'

    Posted April 17 2012

        Valet Magazine was gracious enough to feature us today in their Shop Talk section. Check it out here!
  • Trending America

    Posted April 15 2012

    The idea of heritage and dedication to "made in the USA" has been a trend in menswear for the past couple of years. While it's certainly a positive goal to attain, the ideal for many isn't just a marketing tool but rather a way of life.  We were sent this cool music video that brings visual weight to a part of our work force that doesn't think about "how we can capitalize on a pro-America trend" but rather living life the only way they know how. Don't do something because it's on trend. Do something because you really wouldn't, couldn't...
  • Fabric Nerds

    Posted April 15 2012

    Anyone who is passionate about something can be considered a nerd for whatever it is they are passionate about. With that said, we proudly declare ourselves fabric nerds. There's no better place to "nerd-out" over fabric than at The Design Center at Philadelphia University.  The center houses over 200,000 items related to textiles and fashion and is the nation's oldest textile school. It's a joy to see the timelessness in staple wovens such as these. The center is a great place for anybody to catch a bit of inspiration, not just designers. Feel free to check out more of their...
  • Explosions

    Posted April 15 2012

    It's always a bright light on a overcast, gray day when news of another Explosions In The Sky tour reaches our ears. Their newest album, Take Care, Take Care, Take Care is complicated, beautiful and as of late been playing track to track during the day. The tour announcement is only has a few dates and it is missing the DMV completely right now but we are not losing hope. In the meantime, let their video for the song "Be Comfortable, Creature" satiate your ears for at least a little bit.
  • A WvG First

    Posted April 15 2012

    Today marks the introduction of our first run of sweaters: the Hooligan, a cotton-cashmere crew neck and the Skipper, a 100% cotton v-neck. Both are constructed through a process called complete garment knitting. Complete garment knitting is a high tech version of fully-fashioned knitting in which the entire garment is constructed one step at a time. In traditional methods of knitting a garment, such as a sweater, sleeves, bodies, and cuffs are made separately. They are then assembled into the finished product, sometimes in different factories.  Wolf vs Goat favors complete garment knitting for multiple reasons. The lack of seams increases comfort...
  • A Tote Apart

    Posted April 15 2012

    Imagine this: Your favorite menswear brand offers you an opportunity to save on every purchase you make through them: a substantial percentage off the retail price as well as a percentage off of sale items. It seems every bit as likely as that Nigerian Prince that always emails you but the truth is Wolf vs. Goat has a program to do just that. It’s our tote program. The program works as simply as this: if you buy a tote, you are entitled to the benefits that come from being a tote holder. First, being a tote holder grants you 30%...

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