Shop Small on Small Business Saturday

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Small Business Saturday began in 2010 as a way to bring focus back to small, local businesses struggling through the recession. It started as an effort to push traffic to brick-and-mortar shops, but it has since evolved to include small businesses of all kind, including e-retailers without a storefront.

As most of you already know, we design all of our products in-house and produce largely in America via small manufacturers, we source our leathers from the finest American tanneries, and our ADPT Straps, which we launched earlier this year, are 100% American made. (We’re currently running 10% off everything but watches in the worn&wound shop with the code BLACKFRIDAY2017.)To do our part in supporting other companies like ours, we thought it would be a great opportunity to give a shout-out to a few of our favorite small brands, some based in NYC and some with only an online presence. If you’re looking for that perfect holiday gift, be sure to check out one of the shops below.

North End Bag Co.

Epaulet

Lodestone Candles of Kent & Co

Dehen 1920

Rancourt

Mill City Fineries

Ball and Buck

 

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