Two weeks ago Red Wing Heritage released the new Wacouta Collection which includes 2 Boots, 2 backpacks and 4 pouches. Following in the tradition of the Wabasha, a widely-celebrated moccasin-style Red Wing boot from the mid 2000s, the Wacouta is an outdoor leisure-inspired boot. Five miles south of Red Wing, Minnesota, along the banks of the Mississippi River, Wacouta Township is the site of a cabin that has been in the Red Wing family for three generations.

The Wacouta Boot is a casual lifestyle boot that blends premium Red Wing leather with waxed canvas from the longstanding American manufacturer, Fairfield Textiles. The mixed materials combine to create a supremely comfortable moccasin-inspired shoe. Built on a Honeywheat outsole with stitch-down construction the Wacouta’s lightweight flexibility makes for miles of comfort.

The Backpacks are inspired by classic packs, with construction and material updates that provide modernized comfort and lasting durability. Red Wing leather waxed canvas and solid brass buckles and rivets create a backpack that’s visually striking and supremely functional. Designed to match Wacouta footwear styles the Wacouta Backpack is distinguished in its details. Waxed canvas and Oil-Tanned leather deliver water resistance and durability while reinforced stitching and heavyweight leather straps ensure each pack is up for the rigors of everyday hauling.

The Wacouta Gear Pouches blend striking form with everyday functionality. Red Wing leather and American-made  waxed canvas and hardware make for years of reliable, utilitarian use. Available in 2 sizes each style.

More information @ www.redwingfrankfurt.com 

© Photos: Red Wing Heritage | [Advertisement due to tagging of brands] 




Maybe you heard about it: in 2020 a new Defender will be launched. But this one will be far away from the Defenders of yesterday that were built till 2015. So what's about this incredible 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 with a V8 engine. “Imported from the UK and breathing through a 3.5-Liter V8, this right-hand-drive model sends power through a five-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. This 110 also sits on a two-inch suspension lift and BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires. The inside is as bare as you like it with simple blue cloth upholstery. This Defender isn’t an out-of-this-world restomod or a faithful numbers matching model, but it’s just the right amount of classic with a few tame updates to make it more capable. (Gear Patrol).” To maximize your appetite on this blue classic monster Defender check up the pics of the ugly 2020 Defender below. For more information check the great Blog-site of Gear Patrol.

© Photos: Hannah Krueger for Gear Patrol

[Advertisement due to tagging of brands] 

And this will be the ugly 2020 Land Rover Defender




For those who missed TELLASONS's “TEN” Magazine! For the first time you can take a look at all pages at LTG Blog while scroll through TEN. Hope you like it. And we are still proud that we could do this for the Tellason guys and Uwe. If you want a free copy of the TEN print version feel free to contact Uwe E. Maier c/o Amtraq Distribution ›› mail@amtraq.com.
[Advertisement due to tagging of brands] 



Manifattura Ceccarelli's Spring Summer collection 2019 now has reached the stores. Feel free to ask Amtraq Distribution for a stockist list ›› mail@amtraq.com! Here just some news from the actual lookbook.

For Spring'19 Giuliano Ceccarelli introduced a new lighter dry wax cotton which is made by Halley Stevensons in Dundee, Scotland (since 1864). Material is fully water repellent but breathable. Left side ›› a modern version of the Iconic Field jacket half lined. Light and packable. Right side ›› the summer version of the successful Fisherman Parka unlined and packable.

Another material for spring is Broken Twill in a mix of  76% cotton & 24% linen. Supersoft and cool hand with a slight shine. The linen fibres give a slightly 'crinkled' loo. Ideal for warm summer days. Half lined work blazer (green) and work pant over a chambray work shirt in 100 cotton.

Cotton Bomber Blouson in navy dry wax cotton half lined with cotton lining. 2-way front zipper. Soft elastic rib knit at collar, waits and cuffs.

Field jacket inspired by the iconic M43 Jacket of the US Military in Cotton Herringbone over Work pant in Cotton&Linen Comfort fabric.

Vest (green) with 2-way zip front and patched pockets and Field jacket in Dry wax Cotton

© Photos: Manifattura Ceccarelli

[Advertisement due to tagging of brands]



... sounds strange. But it would be a perfect combination. Both parts are available at “COOL MATERIAL”. Made out of brass designed by Good Worth. “Throw out all the boring split key rings you've spent the better part of your lifetime collecting in favor of the Good Luck Key Ring from Good Worth” ... oh yes! “Then there's the closed horseshoe shape that actually works better than the traditional split ring when you're attaching things like car remotes and carabiners. These are both reason enough to pick up a few. That said, our favorite feature has to be the "Good Luck Motherf**ker" engraving on side of the ring. It's small enough that almost no one will notice it unless you point it out, but you'll get a nice little positive affirmation every time you grab your keys.” A Must-Have Life Time Gear! You'll find much more great stuff at “Cool Material” – for sure no mainstream ... I love this little things! LTG PROOFED! © Photos: Cool Material

[Advertisement due to tagging of brands]  



And here it is: my absolute all-time favorite car: a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro 350 SS. And this black beauty is parked near Salzburg, Austria. It is for Sale at “BIDaCLASSIC” and features everything a Camaro aficionado heart beats for. The Cam was Frame-Off restored in 2014 and comes from Florida. A valuation from 2016 mounts up to about 66.000 Euros – wow ... but kilometer reading after the restoration is just about 1.700 km and everything works perfect. And the optic of this Cam is so fuckin' awesome – a dream in black. For details please check BIDaCLASSIC's site.
© Photos: bidaclassics

[Advertisement due to tagging of brands]  



One of my favorite labels referring to accessories is the brand INDIGO PEOPLE. Indigo People is founded on the love for traditional, craftsmanship and the beauty of natural indigo. Their
products are manually dyed in natural indigo and handcrafted by passionate artisans following authentic techniques with a long tradition. The fully manual production and natural dyeing process
result in little imperfections in the product. Color material and sizing variations give each item a unique appearance. I got the new look-book from Uwe E. Maier c/o Amtraq Distribution for a peek – and this here is just a very small selection of all the wonderful blue colored treasure. I love these batik printed bandanas so much! The stuff will be available in stores Fall 2019. For stockists check Amtraq Distribution. © Photos | Indigo People 

[Advertisement due to tagging of brands]