When life starts feeling like jail, a man has to come up with a plan to break himself free, which’s generally accomplished either by throwing doubles, or just slyly nudging your piece into the “Just Visiting” section when nobody’s looking. Break free from boring life/gear with manly togs from Warhorse Workshop.
Warhorse is a swashbuckling online shop of unique, handcrafted-in-ATL accessories, conceived by some buddies after a dinner discussion convinced them they needed an escape from mundane life, and that making allegorical "tools" would be their prison break, logic that holds together about as well as anything after season one of that show. Keep your currency in wallets like the card-sized, tanned-cowhide Cognac (lined with red pigskin), the gun-holster-ish, oakleaf-/acorn-etched Cowboy, plus Southwestern-rug-inlaid billfolds that come with a hand-braided leather wallet rein, because a wallet rain may cause fights if it lands on the wrong guy at the strip club. That SW design is also available in iPad-size, while other fun includes the hand-stamped Basket Weave belt, plus custom-made moccasins with cowhide soles and a choice of decidedly funky patterns hand-beaded onto buckskin, even though Joe’s already looks weird enough on Fox broadcasts.
WW also makes a key wallet (similar to the Cowboy) that holds six on your hip, and has two wool ballcaps in Braves colors, from the '60s-schemed WW to the current-day WAR, either of which will hopefully improve your style enough to get some Chest from the Community.