The mystique and adventure of bush planes are woven into the fabric of American society. Making modern life possible in the most remote wilderness regions throughout the nation (particularly Alaska) bush planes play an essential role in the survival of those who reside in these areas. Bush planes assist in being able to deliver and obtain food, fuel, supplies, mail, tools, medical supplies, parts for vehicles, etc., where other means of transportation are virtually impossible to pass through.
They don't make things like they used to… but we do!
So what do all these cars, trucks, bikes, and racing things have to do with a leather goods company?
Truckers, riders, rodders, and ranchers know what a whiteknuckle experience is, and this is why we say that our line of leather goods and accessories is hot rod and horsepower inspired. Much of our inspiration comes from the design era when things were made differently and well, frankly, better. We can't reproduce the cars of the classic horsepower era but we can make things as they used to be for our line of leather goods and accessories!
In our blog, you will find a collection of stories, articles, and themes that turn our crank so to speak, and tie into classic design language synonymous with our American-made goods!
Today, we look back at World War II with a sense of pride and nostalgia.
Ask anyone that lived through those dark days and they’ll all say the same thing: fear ruled the day. This universal conflict stretched from the shores of North America to the deepest and widest oceans of the Pacific theatre and the distant forests of Europe. The allies (Great Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union) knew war was coming to Europe’s doorstep and the need for a proper squadron of fighters could soon become a matter of life or death.