Shinola

Shinola believes that American manufacturing is the way forward to a future where excellence, skill and craftsmanship revive the beauty of industry and bring communities together. And this is not just a ‘feel good’ statement on an About Us page. They put their money where their mouth is. Shinola proudly designs and makes its handcrafted leather goods, watches and bicycles in Detroit. The New York flagship store is located in Tribeca – go there for high quality products with a red, white and blue heart.

Shinola

  • 177 Franklin St, New York, NY 10013, United States

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