New York’s Best Made Co. asks three things of its customers:
Go outside. Work with your hands. And look damn good doing it.
Usually, this is a fairly
And for the first time ever, they’re doing it live, at their pop-up “Surplus Depot” right here in NYC.
Located at 262 Mott Street, the Surplus Depot will be open from August 9th to August 13th, with a carefully curated mix of more than 100 surplus items, as well as vintage and salvaged adventure supplies. And they’ve also tapped the Brooklyn-based Wooden Sleepers to offer their vintage combat jackets and utility shirts.
With savings up to 80% off, here’s the gear we’ve got our eyes on.
(clockwise from top left)
The Panama Cloth Field Jacket — Get there early, because you’re going to have to fight us for this one.
The Short Sleeve Cotton Linen Pullover — You can’t go wrong with a crisp white go-anywhere work shirt.
The Hand-Painted "Ball: Keep 'em Rolling!" Pennant — A good reminder.
The Carinthia G-Loft Sleeping Bag — Tested in alpine conditions by the Austrian Armed Forces and good for keeping cozy down to 40 degrees.
The Ventile Catskill Hat — A hat with a pocket. Genius.
The Front Loading Toolbox — This sharp number will put your current toolbox right to shame.
The Off-Trail Shirt — Engineered in Japan, a shirt that’ll withstand even soaking wet conditions. Quick dry to boot.
The Canvas Camp Stool — Super durable and crazy handy.
The Quilted Indigo Vest — Puffy enough to keep you warm while steering clear of Stay Puft territory.