Monday, July 30, 2012
New in the shop Archival Clothing Sweat Shirt and Rucksack: As Summer slips by my mind turns to Fall. With those cool September Sessions in mind we are proud to introduce Archival Clothing to the RW+SS family. The Archival Clothing Sweatshirt is made of a stout 8-9 oz cotton loop-back French Terry, with a rib V insert at the neck. It's a great layering piece for fall, winter, and spring, and cozy thrown over a T-shirt on a cool summer evening.
Includes chain-stitching on the neck tape and waist ribbing. Double-cover stitching along the sleeves and body creates an extremely comfortable and durable seam which lies flat to the garment. Fit is on the slim side of regular. Made in Oregon by a great partner who has been making sturdy cotton garments since 1921.
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Mr. James Kinstle crafted one of the most comprehensive manuals ever written on surfboard design and construction. It's been out of print for ages which makes it worth it's weight in gold. This rare gem is truly a must have for the complete surf library. It's filled with excellent diagrams of planing shapes and types of waves. If you plan to build a board or just want to know more about board hydrodynamics this is indispensable reading. It's purely brilliant. We only have one copy so if you need it call or email us.