On a recent trip to the West Coast I stumbled across a shop that was the likes of something I didnt expect to find in America, not to mention the Pacific Northwest.
It’s a good thing that Tanner Goods is 3,000 miles away from me, otherwise I’d be the most well dressed homeless person in the country. It is the only place I have found clothing by NORSE Projects and the rest of their selection of menswear comes from some of the finest manufacturers and craftsmen in the business. Scattered among their collection was a selection of handmade lifestyle goods and accessories carrying the Tanner Goods name, each well made piece proof of their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Every piece manufactured by Tanner Goods is constructed from premium, domestically sourced material and made locally in Portland from a small team of craftsmen utilizing decades old, time proven techniques. Recentlly Tanner Goods joined up with Danner for their second colaboration, the Danner Mountain Trail Left Bank boot.
The Danner Mountain Trail Left Bank
marks the second collaborative effort between Portland Oregon’s Tanner Goods and Danner, a company which mirrors our dedication to quality craftsmanship and appreciates the value and intricate beauty of a well-made product that’s worth holding onto. Like all Danner Stumptown boots, the Mountain Trail Left Bank is 100% crafted in Danner’s Portland, Ore. factory and features the highest quality materials and componentry.
Adam Haynes ia a good friend of Tanner and artist that grew up with Tanner Goods co-founders Sam Huff and Jevan Lautz in Sisters, Ore. Adam is an incredibly talented illustrator, and much of his subject matter is inspired by the time he spends outdoors. They spent a couple days in the Three Sisters Wilderness wear testing the Left Bank boot, and documented the experience for Haynes to use as reference material for his latest painting.
Still interested? Here are two of my favorite Tanner Goods Products:
If you are in the area, check them out!