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Vinyl, Ale & Ham Socks

Beautiful Bradford has for too long been thought of as being a bit rubbish. But not anymore! There are some great places to visit in this historic city, that was once known as the wool capital of England. One of our favourite places is the Record Cafe on North Parade. It’s ‘all at the same […]

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Moto Boots in Nepal

Gary, editor of the cult motorcycle magazine, Sideburn, picked our classic Moto Boots to take on a trip to Nepal. Here’s what he had to say. “These boots were first on the take list. Made in Britain, heavy construction, Commando soles, comfortable from day one. Wore them for nine hours a day all week. Tough as old […]

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The 177 is dead

We won’t be making any more trousers in our original 177 pattern. For those of you who love the tapered leg original, now is the time to go to the trouser bar for last orders. To make it a memorable exit we’re offering a free British Standard white t-shirt with every pair of 177 moleskins […]

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British Standard Long Sleeve t-shirt

Launching very soon and limited to just 50, is our new British Standard long sleeve t-shirt in white. Made from the best quality 195g Supima Star cotton spun in Manchester, knitted in Leicester, manufactured in Blackburn and hand screen printed with chest logo in Slaithwaite, Huddersfield. Launching via our newsletter. Sign up here

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What Remains

Steve Gittner is a local customer of ours – an accomplished architect with a practice in Halifax, working on some stunning contemporary structures across the country. He’s supported us from the early days and has a nice dog called Alan.   In the late 1970s, Photographer Fay Godwin explored the Calder Valley and surrounding area […]

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Our Shed of Heaven

We work in a shed. You can come and visit us in there to try on and buy our lovely British made products. Open Days are on the following Saturdays from 10-4 through the summer: 15th June, 27th July and 24th August. More details here. Film made by Whitenosugar Productions.

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Shed Land by Benjamin Myers

We commissioned our friendly local writer Benjamin Myers to write us a poem about sheds. Why sheds? Well for a start we work in one. We also love our own sheds for pottering about, making and mending. And we love having a good nosey in other people’s sheds so we thought we’d show you some […]

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