Whiteknuckler Blog

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!

Enjoy!

Whiteknuckler Blog

History of the Airstream Trailer

History of the Airstream Trailer

In today’s society, everything old is becoming new again. The Airstream Trailer is one of the most coveted vintage items on the road today. Though it has been around in one form...

History of the Airstream Trailer

In today’s society, everything old is becoming new again. The Airstream Trailer is one of the most coveted vintage items on the road today. Though it has been around in one form...

History of the Ford RS200

History of the Ford RS200

While Ford’s contribution to the Rally Car world might have been far ahead of its time, the Group B Ford RS200 still retains one of the most interesting histories of...

History of the Ford RS200

While Ford’s contribution to the Rally Car world might have been far ahead of its time, the Group B Ford RS200 still retains one of the most interesting histories of...

Take a Hike: The History of the Appalachian Trail

Take a Hike: The History of the Appalachian Trail

The history of the Appalachian Trail is almost as long and winding as the path itself, extending for more than 2,100 miles. It originated in the early twentieth century. Though...

Take a Hike: The History of the Appalachian Trail

The history of the Appalachian Trail is almost as long and winding as the path itself, extending for more than 2,100 miles. It originated in the early twentieth century. Though...

It’s Better to Burn Out Than Fade Away: The History of the Ford 351 Cleveland

It’s Better to Burn Out Than Fade Away: The His...

1969 not only marked the end of a decade virtually unparalleled in modern history, but it also marked the beginning of the end of an era in motorcar history: the...

It’s Better to Burn Out Than Fade Away: The His...

1969 not only marked the end of a decade virtually unparalleled in modern history, but it also marked the beginning of the end of an era in motorcar history: the...

The History of the B-52: They Just Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used to

The History of the B-52: They Just Don’t Make ‘...

Reporting for duty in 1955 and designed with intimidation in mind, the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress’ original mission was to carry the United States Air Force’s deterrence missions’ nuclear weapons during...

The History of the B-52: They Just Don’t Make ‘...

Reporting for duty in 1955 and designed with intimidation in mind, the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress’ original mission was to carry the United States Air Force’s deterrence missions’ nuclear weapons during...

Death Of The Muscle Car

Death Of The Muscle Car

Famous cars such as the Ford Mustang, Dodge Super Bee, and Plymouth Road Runner hold a unique place in American automotive history. These small, fast cars had powerful roaring engines...

Death Of The Muscle Car

Famous cars such as the Ford Mustang, Dodge Super Bee, and Plymouth Road Runner hold a unique place in American automotive history. These small, fast cars had powerful roaring engines...