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Best Made Company
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equipping the world with tools and information to empower and inspire.
equipping the world with tools and information to empower and inspire.

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Cribbage, 31, and Hearts will never be the same with our new custom playing cards. Perfect for desk drawers, cabin coffee tables, and the occasional tackle box. 

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No matter where you happen to find yourself in the universe this Saturday, take a minute to wonder at how big and beautiful it really is.

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Brave the lines, the weather, and exercise your right. And don't forget to be optimistic! 
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On sale today!

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On sale today, the Best Made Wool Pullover. Sure to become an outdoor staple for years to come!
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BEST MADE PROJECTS // C.W. Welch, Man of Food, Fire, and Iron, Part 3 - In our final installment in the Cee Dub interview series Cee Dub shares some knowledge, and dispels some myths, about dutch oven cooking. 

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BEST MADE PROJECTS // Cee Dub, Man of Food, Fire, And Iron, Part 2 - "Let’s start with the premise that I like good food and I don’t mind a little extra work to make it so!"

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BEST MADE PROJECTS // Dossier: Dehen Knitting Company, Portland OR - This week marks the launch of our new Shawl Neck Sweater Jacket, a collaboration between Best Made Co. and Dehen, only available at Best Made. In advance of the production of our sweater jacket we toured their facilities in Portland, and some of the same knitting frames that made this legendary American garment back in the 1940s. 

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Introducing the shawl neck sweater. Brought to you by Best Made and Dehen Knitting Co. Over three pounds of worsted wool and generations of service to come. Available this Fall 2012 in limited quantities.
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BEST MADE PROJECTS // “Phenomenological Musings,” by Bill Wetherholt - What is it about certain geographic space that strikes a chord in one’s soul? For instance, if I say “Montana,” can you smell the junipers and recall the milky aquamarine tarns the way I do? What is it that makes a place special to you? 
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