One of the projects I’ve been urging Mission Workshop to take on, since the brand’s inception I might add, is the same thing all photographers want; a smart, simple, and modular camera carrying system. Mission’s responded with the Capsule, a padded and modular insert that works with most of its current bags and on its own. These bags are designed to carry a number of bodies and lenses, are made in the USA and in stock now at Mission Workshop.
After the last trail work day on the Gabrielino Trail, I received texts, emails, messages and carrier pigeon notes asking when and how various people can learn about these work days. Well, here ya go. This Sunday, in Los Angeles, Mission Workshop and MWBA are kickin’ more ass on the Gabrielino Trail. Check out details at MWBA’s FB. We’ll see you there!
Well, I always said if Mission Workshop ever made jeans, they’d be the best on the market. And that’s exactly what they are, the best jeans I’ve ever worn. These jeans are made in Los Angeles, from an advanced stretch-woven fabric developed exclusively for Mission Workshop by Mectex S.p.a. at their mill near Lake Como in Italy. Best of all, they’re guaranteed forever. In stock now in black or navy, at Mission Workshop.
For those living in the UK who want to see Mission Workshop’s products in-person, they can now visit their pop-up this holiday season in London. Along with the brand’s full catalog, there will be a series of events rolling through the space, so head to the MW London web page to check out the schedule.
1-3 Rivington Street,
London EC2A 3DT
Oct 12 – Dec 30
Mon – Sat : 10a.m – 7p.m
Sun : 12 – 6p.m
+44 7400 021 461
Technology is always changing and the way we move with it needs to adapt. That’s why Mission developed the Rhake, their newest backpack. Mission Workshop is known for their bombproof portage and apparel. To show their support of their loyal consumers, they’re offering $60 OFF if you order before midnight, Monday November 6. These packs ship Tuesday, November 7. Use code RHAKE60 at checkout (can’t be combined with other discounts). Made by hand in small batches in the USA, built to endure and guaranteed forever. Head to Mission Workshop to check out more details.
Our friends at Mission Workshop have opened a new storefront in Los Angeles and would like to welcome everyone to come celebrate. If you’re planning on attending, make sure you RSVP at RowLA.
Over the years, Mission Workshop has made a handful of staples in my cycling apparel wardrobe and without a doubt, the Merino Core collection has been a game changer. I wear the long sleeve merino Perimeter shirts every time I hit the dirt and oftentimes, I’ll continue wearing them all day after the ride. They’re my camping staples, my touring staples and I’ll throw one in my camera bag if I’m going to be out after the sun sets. These shirts are durable, moth-hole resistant due to the nylon weave and best of all, look damn good in a plethora of earth tones. Head to Mission to see the full Merino Core lineup and if you’re in LA or SF, you can swing through one of their storefronts.
This Friday, in San Francisco, Mission Workshop is hosting a Q+A with Paul Price from Paul Component Engineering from 6-9pm. Make sure you swing through for this event if you’re in the area, Paul is a fascinating human.
Just in time for the heat! Mission Workshop has restocked my favorite summer mountain bike, camping, touring and all-around short in three colors. I’ve put these things through the ringer and only now, after over three years of heavy use have they been deemed unrepairable by my clothing-repairing wizard of a girlfriend. Good new is they’re in stock and shipping now from Mission Workshop.
Friday, May 12 6-9pm
541 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110