Aviation has long permeated the fashion industry, from its namesake shades and bomber jackets to runways filled with people just waiting to get high. Forsaking flying to focus on fashion himself, the dude behind Bucky Gear.
Having spent 17 years with Southwest Airlines before pursuing a more grounded career, BG's head honcho's erected a snug boutique with throwback touches including reclaimed windows along the back wall and clothing racks set up on old gym lockers, ironic, as any underwear you select from them won't be so lucky as to dodge balls. The substantial selection of dude duds ranges from denim (Big Star, MOD...), to vintage wash PalmerCash tees, to rock-steezed, patched & zippered slim-fit plaid b-downs from Hidden Truth, perhaps a misnomer considering they won't hide the fact that you'd look better in something roomier. They're also rolling with accessories like vintage baggage from Pan Am, contemporary Manhattan Portage messengers, colorfully eclectic watches from the Danish concern Noon, and brightly designed, uber-strong microfiber Mighty Wallets, which hate being filled with weak dollars.
To round things out they even stock a few novelties, including Shame On You kits (condoms, razor, undies, toothbrush, etc.) "for those days when you just can't make it home", though anyone willing to take you to their place was probably either totally bombered, or just not that fly.