Joshua Kissi: We’re now knee-deep in the holiday season, which has probably left more than a few of you in a haste to complete your holiday shopping. With that in mind, Travis and I decided to assemble another Street Etiquette first: A holiday giveaway contest.
We recognize the ample amount of support we receive from you all and felt the need to reward the readers with a contest with multiple items on the line. We hope our appreciation comes through with this offering of shoes, hats, and accessories.
The individuals behind some of these brands were courteous enough contribute these items for the giveaway at no cost. We know a holiday gift guide would have sufficed, but we wanted to go that extra mile for you, the readers, and include physical products. We wanted to carefully curate the items included in this giveaway to properly reflect the Street Etiquette aesthetic that you have all become so supportive of.
Special thanks to all the readers who participated.
- Follow Street Etiquette on Twitter &/or Tumblr
- Comment on the blog post accompanied by your first name and email
- Contest ends at Dec. 24th, 2010 11:59 a.m. (EST)
- Winners are chosen at random and notified through e-mail / Twitter
Good luck & happy holidays
1. Clarks Saddle Leather Desert Boots (size 9.5 US / 8.5 UK / 42 EU) by Ronnie Fieg
Description & details: Designed by Nathan Clark, Clarks Desert Boots in 1949. His idea was based on a boot that officers of the British Eighth Army wore in Egypt during World War II. They had them specially made for them by local tradesmen.
2. Spring Court B1 Mid Cut Shoe (size 8 US / 7 UK / 41 EU)
Description & details: “Invented in 1936, the Spring Court trainer quickly became the star of the tennis courts. A little shoe in cotton fabric and vulcanized rubber sole, a few years later they would be remade with a detachable sole perfect for ventilation and their famous four holes.”
3. Converse Jack Purcells (size 11 US / 10 UK / 45 EU)
Description & details: “Founded in 1908, Converse has created such legendary shoes as the Chuck Taylor All Star, the Jack Purcell, One Star and other authentic heritage products.”
4. The Brooklyn Circus 8-panel hat
Description & details: Manufactured right here in the United States, the 8-panel hat is a phenomenal look suitable for all seasons, especially fall and winter. Many of you probably recall Travis’ post on this hat last spring.
5. The Brooklyn Circus pork pie hat
To purchase these items :
150 Nevins Street
New York, NY 11217 -
6. Aaron men’s digi-camo pocket square
Description & details: A good friend of mine produces these fantastic pocket squares, all which are carefully hand-sewn in her Brooklyn apartment. It’s the perfect mix of military and formal and one of my favorite pieces from her collection.
To purchase contact this retailer :
1519 Grant Ave.
San Francisco, Ca. 94133
Special thanks to The Brooklyn Circus, Ronnie Fieg, Converse, Spring Courts, and Charlie Ward.
And again, we from the Street Etiquette crew would like to wish you a happy holiday.