Some of you may know that we are fans of the Eco-Drive series from Citizen. They run continuously in any kind of natural or artificial light for a lifetime of use. Never having to monkey around with changing a battery.
The Magnus from Komono is a simple yet great looking watch. We had to get the second picture in so you can get a good look at the band.
The Bradley was named after Lt. Brad Snyder. Brad lost his sight completely from an IED explosion while serving in Afghanistan. He later went on and won two gold medals and one silver medal in swimming at the 2012 Paralympics.
The Field Watch by Weiss Watch Company is a mechanical watch built in the U.S.A. The fully mechanical movement is a manually wound Caliber 6497 that is comprised of over 60 Swiss parts.
At Juniper Ridge they make real fragrances using plants,trees,moss,and wild herbs. They are the only company in the world extracting and formulating 100% real plant based fragrances.
Triple Aught Design did it right with their Force 10 AC Cargo Pant. The Force 10 are lightweight, packable, quick drying, and breathable. Suitable for any environment.
Law enforcement - tuned 5.11 Tactical Field Ops Watch with digital display and a SureShot ballistic calculator for field shooting adjustments on the fly! Sophisticated point-of-impact shooting adjustments up to 1,000 yds.
All of Bison's products are handcrafted,designed,and sourced in the U.S. They only use use the highest quality leather that looks better as it ages. You won't find any rubber or glue on their products and they don't use liners on their leather.
For less than 30 bucks you can't go wrong with the Timex Weekender watch. We are partial to the all black version but it is available in several different color combos.
The Grand… at 13,775’ reigns high over Jackson Hole. A nod to Wyoming heritage, Jackson Hole’s own John Frechette handcrafts each and every buckle with a custom-designed ‘MK Teton’.
The guys over at A Simple Leather Belt Co. make a great belt that won't break the bank. Their belts are hand made in Northeast Ohio by Amish leather workers using zero electricity. Each belt comes with a lifetime guarantee.