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Reva Hansen
Wooden Sunglasses - An Interview with Legacy Eyewear

Wooden Sunglasses - An Interview with Legacy Eyewear

When I first came across Legacy Eyewear, I wasn’t sure what to think of wooden sunglasses. The designs looked cool, but wooden, really? So I decided to investigate. I contacted you through social media and we soon chatted. I ended up ordering a pair to see if they really were as good as advertised. It didn’t take long for me to realize that they were even better than advertised. These sunglasses are super lightweight and comfortable, flexible, durable - you name it. Most every pair of sunglasses I had ever owned were either too tight on my head or bothered...

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Living The Dream

Living The Dream

“You’re living the dream.” People have been telling me that for over a decade. People think being in a touring band, and making a living from it, must be one of the greatest jobs in the world. Well, I want to share the truth with you. IT IS! I have a great job. I write songs and people will buy them. I say I’ll perform the songs live and people will show up to watch...and pay to see me! In this day and age of complaining and criticizing everything I just want to say I am blessed. I love creating...

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Toby Morrell
Why did we start BC Supply?

Why did we start BC Supply?

We all grew up in the small town of Greer, South Carolina. Now you probably have never heard of Greer, but I want to tell it was a Mecca for fashion and quality apparel. Well, except the opposite of that plus warehouse superstores that sold things like a bundle of ten pairs of socks, plus 1 free pair thrown in for $6.99. We were never taught that clothing mattered or that it could be something worth your time and effort. We weren’t poor but we weren’t rich either. Clothing was just a necessity. We were told to wear what our...

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Mike Lewis
The Dufflebag - A Traveler's Best Friend

The Dufflebag - A Traveler's Best Friend

I’ve always been pretty OCD when it comes to packing. I will meticulously roll up my shirts until they are almost perfectly shaped cylinders. I generally make sure each type of clothing has it’s own section within my bag. Now, that wasn’t always easy when we were gone for six weeks at a time. I would even have to check a bag at the airport and that’s just silly. On most occasions I had overpacked, allowing myself plenty of options for day wear and show wear, and most always would end up donning about half of what I packed. Of...

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