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This Saturday, we’re hosting an evening of camping-themed food, drink, and activities in the urban wilds of our side lot on Welton Street, featuring:
Savory nosh, killer drinks and Camp Journals by RedCamper
S’mores Pie by The Long I Pie
Nifty nature patches and pennants by Cedar & Sage
Fun photo ops with Picture Me Camping, a vintage camper-turned-photo booth
Live bow & arrow shooting* and obsidian flint carving courtesy of Craftsman & Apprentice
* with kid-friendly safety arrows!
< - - - - Saturday, July 26th / 5 pm till dark / Winter Session Outpost / 2952 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205 - - - < <
Hope to see you there!! Kids are welcome.
Note: we will not actually be camping out overnight, but we encourage you to bring along your camp chair, blankets, and warm clothing.
We look to simplicity and universal functionality in all of our designs. So when the team at CampWell reached out to us about collaborating on a Log Tote, we jumped on the idea of an all-purpose hauler that adds to the ease of casual adventuring, whatever the season.
Though inspired by a classic Log Carrier (think bonfire on the beach or a cozy night around the wood stove), it is equally adept at transporting picnic blankets, ice skates, bulky BBQ gear, a secret stash of snowballs, particularly complacent cats… you name it!
The WS + CampWell Log Tote is constructed with heavy-duty 18oz canvas and double-stitched seams for strength. We intentionally chose neutral fabrics to celebrate the smudges and wear that are classic narratives in everyone’s camping stories. Solid brass rivets secure the veg-tanned leather handles and closure tab. You’ll also find a handy interior pocket for keeping your matches, flashlight, car keys, or wine key easily accessible.
Colorado Public Radio reflects on the flourishing menswear scene in Denver. We’re flattered to be included in the conversation.
The Chicago-based company Unison creates beautiful soft goods using textiles of their own design. Partnering with exceptional, established fabric printers like Rhode Island’s Griswold Textile Print, the Unison team helps to create a strong sense of place and a visual vocabulary primarily for the home.
And with a strong focus on community and complementary craftsmanship, their team also collaborates with other designers and artists to curate a wider selection of goods to complete a well-edited life. Cody Hudson created the drawings for the Anchor series, and the Shapes pattern is the work of Alex Fuller — both of which we used in our collaboration.
We’re pleased to share this exclusive line of Unison + WS bags, crafted in our Denver workshop with Unison’s beautiful fabric and designed to highlight the heirloom quality and unique character of their material. You can find the Market Tote (inspired by French market bags), the Beach Tote (taken from vintage utility hardware totes), and Zip Bags only in their web shop and brick-and-mortar on Division St.