Anyone else interested in a work clothes community?
Stuff like steel toe work boots, high quality work gloves, work pants, shirts and jackets. I'm not sure how low someone like carhartt would go but there has to be other good brands willing to work with massdrop.
I bought my messenger bag from those guys (https://missionworkshop.com/) years ago, and it's nearly indestructible. Their gear is quite expensive, so they're the perfect candidate for a drop.
Hey there everyone,
We want to know what bags all of you are into, be it duffle, sachel, messenger, weekender, waist pack or whatever have you. We already source a variety of brands and types of bags, but are always looking to stay in tune with the interests of the community. Here are some questions to help inspire your opinions and ideas.
· What do you look for in a bag?
· Do you use a waist pack (fanny pack)?
· What styles do you prefer, for which activities?
· Are there particular bag types you use the most?
· Are there particular brands you like?
Your suggestions and feedback are taken into account when we look for products to put on the site so tell us what you like, what you don’t like and any preferences you have in between.
Check out our past and current drops here: www.massdrop.com/search/bags/drops
Hey there Massdrop community,
I run a Sock Brand called Society Socks. We create fun and stylish socks, and with every pair sold we donate another to charity. A friend who uses Massdrop has been nudging me for a while to ask the community if they would be interested in a holiday deal, so here I am :)
Question: Would you guys be interested in a Society Socks massdrop deal? Happy to throw in a large pack (say nine pairs in a box) or a smaller bundle of two socks.
I've attached a few photos of our socks below - if you want to see what our catalog consists of check out our products page here: https://mysocietysocks.com/collections/products
Working from home may have put some distance between us, but we’re using this time as an opportunity to get to know our employees—the people behind the products you know and love—even better. To start, we interviewed John Webb: Senior Product Manager at Drop, and the man behind our Style Community. Enjoy!
John Webb (Senior Product Manager at Drop)
Surfs and meditates for an hour every morning
Speaks “truck-driver-meets-California-surfer” Spanish
Attended fashion shows since age 8
Loves dachshunds, like his 9-year-old piebald, Olive
Can you introduce yourself?
I’m John Webb, Senior Product Manager at Drop. I’m a San Francisco native. I grew up in the city until I was 14, but I’ve lived all over the world. I was in Mexico for 10 years—my dad lives there—and I’ve lived in France, Ireland, Italy, and Thailand. Now I’m back in San Francisco right across from Ocean Beach.
What’s your background in the apparel industry? What drew you to fashion?
My dad made clothes when I was a...
Really love this new age of ecommerce websites. Have had great experiences shopping here. I know I'm in for a treat whenever I order something from Drop or Ohness.de (More like a Germany based Drop). Hats off to the people working in these places to cater to people like us who don't like mainstream products.
A Review of Solid State for Men's Wayfarer Solid Cologne
Solid State is a company that produces solid fragrances for men. I can’t find too much history on the company online, but they’re based in Australia, and produce a range of fragrances, body and face washes. Their major USP is the fact that their fragrances are ‘solid’, in some kind of a wax base, so the product should last longer, and is much more convenient for taking out and about with you, to ‘top-up’ (which according to almost every review I read), is a necessity.
But hey, these are the days of the metrosexual male, and there is absolutely no reason why we shouldn’t too become accustomed to pop off to the loo ‘to refresh’ our fragrance, just as women have been doing for years. Having been bombarded by their UK Facebook advertising campaign, I thought I would give it a go.
So I placed an order from their website. I thought I’d play it safe, and go for the variant which has attracted the most positive reviews, ‘Wayfarer’, which is ‘inspired’ by Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille, which...