2015 PDX Gift Guide
When its hard to find a gift for someone that has everything, give them the gift of quality craftsmanship that they can rely on for years to come. Portland is known for being home to some of the nations best crafters and locally made brands in Oregon. With the holiday season approaching we compiled a list of companies, made right here in Portland.
Tim Leatherman built his first leather man tool in Oregon and made a commitment to stay local and support and an American workforce. Today Leatherman upholds this same mentality and is dedicated to building american mutil-tools with quality craftsmanship.
Shop Here: http://www.leatherman.com
Tanner Goods team focused approach is based around longevity, quality, and value. Thier attention to high quality materials is felt in each leather wallet, belt, and bag.
Shop Here: http://www.tannergoods.com
Red Clouds Collective
Red Clouds in-house team crafts everything from leather accessories to handmade waxed canvas jackets and pants. Red Clouds Collective embodies the lifestyles for artists, designers, musicians, woodworkers, motorcycle mechanics, skateboarders, and photographers
Shop Here: http://redcloudscollective.com
Founded by two friends, Groove Made has cultivated a community of creators and handcrafted bamboo accessories. Each products is handcrafted in Portland with natural materials for an original look and feel.
Shop Here: http://grovemade.com
First set out to create a product that encompasses the individuality and uniqueness that can only be found in natural surroundings. Shwood combines precision technology and classic craftsmanship techniques to create wooden sunglasses made in their Portland based workshop.
Since 1932 Danner has been dedicated their brand to crafting a superior product. Tested against the elements, each piece of footwear is built to last.
Shop Here: www.danner.com
The Portland Press is a french press for a Mason jar, made in and around Portland. It’s a simple, clean, practical design made out of fundamental materials: glass, wool, steel, wood. Most importantly, if the Mason jar does break, replacing it is as simple as pulling a new jar out of a box.
Shop Here: http://bucketpdx.com