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Based out of a workshop in South Georgia, the Young brothers, Benjamin and Spencer, create rugged goods in the old American tradition of craftsmanship. Each item they make starts as a blank canvas, the material cut and sewn before hand waxing in house. Their special blend includes beeswax from a local keeper, the honeybees sometimes paying them a visit in the shop. After the wax is applied, items are baked to dry and finished with leather straps, zippers and studs. Because everything is made the slow way, each detail added by hand, they’re made to withstand wear and tear, to be worn and used for a long time.