Happy first day of December! It’s time to pull out your stripped socks and knit caps. Bundle up and stay warm.
It’s finally the season for plaids! Celebrate with the Carhartt Hamilton Flannel.
The Cabanas have been hunting on their property in Hudson, Michigan for the past 11 years. It’s a real family affair. The house is packed, young and old anxiously awaiting dawn. All rise before the sun, donning their warmest hunting gear, ready to settle into their stands. The ashes are still smouldering in the fire place from the night before. Quiet conversations hum in the kitchen as everyone scarfs down breakfast. And they’re off.
The morning is filled with nods and whispered instructions. The sun slowly pours over the edge of the horizon. All eyes are searching. Once a deer is spotted, the real work begins.
From generation to generation, hunters pass down their knowledge. It’s about quality time, enjoying the freedom the land has to offer, and respecting each animal and ounce of nature. If you have a hunting story like the Cabana family, share it with us at craftedincarhartt(at)carhartt.com.
Get a load of these Women’s Rugged Flex Work Boots. They are oil, chemical, abrasion, heat, and slip resistant. The back of the boot is outfitted with a rubber heal bumper for protection and the outsoles are made with cement construction. This is the women’s work boot you’ve been waiting for!
With a good chunk of autumn still before us, it’s a good idea to be prepared for the dirt and the elements. Sneak a peak at a few of our fall favorites.
It’s time to celebrate! We have a lot to be thankful for. What festivities are you up to today? BBQ and a couple of barrel-aged pale ales sound good!
Artist studios are so often such places of inspiration. Each spot can be just as individual as the work produced in it. The organization (or lack there of), the scattered pieces of cast aside beginnings of masterpieces, and the mess that results after hard work all add to the charm.
Share a photo of your studio with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you could see it on the blog.
Michigan artist, Monica Wilson, is pictured above.