A few weeks back, we published an article chronicling our trip to Damasko’s factory in Germany. Damasko’s an incredible brand, and if you haven’t read our story or watched our short film, then you should definitely go and do that first (click here). But because there’s so much to tell, we wanted to get the mics out and record an episode about our trip, what we saw, what we learned, and a whole lot more. So on this week’s episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we’re talking Damasko.
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Let’s kick things off with the wrist check.