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wear&carry: Blue Claw Co.

wear&carry: Blue Claw Co.

“It’s becoming out and out American to make stuff in America.” Such are the initial words in an as of late distributed article in USA Today featuring the push to bring assembling and occupations back home. Driving the charge in this exertion are some of today’s rising stars in men’s gear–building their companies around the rule of American sourced and delivered items. One incredible illustration of this is Blue Claw Co. , a men’s gear and embellishment producer put together here with respect to the east coast.

After getting some genuine press in GQ, Esquire, and design online journals across the web, Adam Blitzer and Alex Realmuto, originators of Blue Claw Co., are making a remarkable name for themselves. Beginning with a solitary weekender bag called the Worton, the pair have proceeded to make full lines of stuff under two collections–the Classic and the Urban. The previous flaunts clean lines, dark material, and changing cowhide alternatives, while the last gets somewhat more fun with flies of naval force, olive, charcoal, and British Tan tone ways.

Well Made. Costly. Those are the two things I normally partner with an item being “Made in America.” But on account of Blue Claw Co., just the first is valid. With water safe full-grain calfskin, YKK zippers, 100% metal equipment, hard core sewing, and extreme engineered ballistic nylon or waxed material, Blue Claw Co. doesn’t cut any corners. Maybe that’s on the grounds that the company was imagined after fellow benefactor Adam Blitzer’s bag burst at the creases while voyaging abroad. These bags are constructed extreme here in the USA, so let’s investigate a portion of the accessible offerings.

The Worton Weekender is the principal bag the Claw created. Produced using need and worked to suffer, this 21.5″ x 11″ x 11″ bag is open while as yet being carry-on endorsed to fit in overhead compartments. In dark, tan, or earthy colored cowhide shading alternatives and produced using 1050 D Ballistic Nylon, top layer shroud full-grain calfskin (which has the entirety of the grain and has not been sanded, polished, or snuffed), and a waterproof liner, the Worton Weekend is accessible on the web and in select stores for $298.


From the Urban assortment comes the Ezieza Weekender , a 15oz waxed material, cowhide lined, and metal equipment bag that comes in a couple of fabulous shading choices. The British Tan and Charcoal styles are this writer’s top choice. Accessible on the web and in select stores for $375.

If you travel a great deal, the Schiphol Utility Bag and De Gaulle Dopp unit are decent choices to develop a coordinating arrangement of baggage. Both come from the Urban assortment and are accessible in coordinating shading ways. Estimated at $285 and $80 individually and accessible on the web and in select stores.


In barely two years, the people at Blue Claw Co. have come up with a sound assortment of all around made baggage. Look out for these folks later on as I’m sure enormous things are coming up for the quickly developing, made in America gloating company.

By Tom Caruso