Our friends at Hebtroco in Yorkshire were featured on their local regional evening news. It's a good news story delivered in a bull-free manner, by a company I like and admire. I'm writing this while wearing a pair of their jeans. Find out more at Hebtroco Further reading My post about Hebtroco and their 'jeans for idiots' The horrific Sideburn x Hebtroco Winter Party #hebtroco #Yorkshire #BritishQuality
Our friends at Hebtroco began their business in 2015 with the core principle of making all their products in the UK. They use manufacturers across the north of England, nothing much south of Nottingham. 100 years ago this would have been easy, now, not so. You'd think the struggling UK factories would be falling over themselves to fulfil orders from an enthusiastic start-up, a company who pay up front and make a big deal about manufacturing in the area. Some factories do appr
Back in stock. Heavy-duty steel shoe strap. Super strong nylon with brass D-rings.
Made in England. As tested by Johnny Lewis at the 2017 Springfield Mile (9th place finish).
Worn by Sideburn's editor for two seasons. 25mm x nominally 670mm long (1in x 27in) (Check your shoe's loop that this thick strap will go through) Boot and hot shoe not included. £10 plus post BUY SIDEBURN HOT SHOE STRAP Are back in stock. #Sideburnmerchandise #Britishquality
Digging this thing found on Bonhams website. Guide price £6000 - 9000. This is what they say... Gloucester-based Cotton established its reputation with a string of racing successes in the 1920s thanks to an innovative frame patented by Frank Willoughby Cotton. Cotton's design featured four straight tubes running from the steering head to the rear wheel spindle, augmented by straight stays supporting the gearbox and engine. The result was a stiff, lightweight chassis vastly su