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Sheffield brand Mamnick have been one of the most impressive brands this past year with their attention to every single detail, from making buttons here in England to their stainless steel products produced in the heart of head honcho, Thom Barnett’s, home town.

Mamnick have excited us again with some new releases. Their 140z selvedge denim, made in Okayama, Japan, look as good as denim heavyweights like Iron Heart et al, just a bit more comfortable. At the same time they delivered the goods with more stock to their ever impressive inventory, Thom had a little something up his sleeve, opening up a store in the heart of Japan’s capital, Tokyo.


The store, located at 6-7-4 Himonya Meguroku Tokyo, is a huge step for a brand which has quality and workmanship at the heart of each item. Stocking their Made in Sheffield steel goods and all their latest releases, Mamnick’s new home in Tokyo, is homage to the effort that Thom has put into the brand.

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Alongside their new selvedge denim, Mamnick also produced the Flagg shirt. A popover shirt, coming in 3 different fabrics, brushed cotton, stripe and shield. Named Flagg, a small village in the Peak District, it is rumoured to have housed vikings, resulting in the shield print. With oversized collar, these made in England shirts feature Mother of Pearl buttons and are only available in limited numbers.


The Hope cap, hand-tailored in Yorkshire using an orange wool, made especially for this hat. It features folding ear flaps, finished off with velcro fastening so you can tie either up, or down. These are finished with a black silk lining and have the Mamnick logo tag inside the cap.MamnickxDel_WEB-137_e520c53c-9069-4004-9afc-d2c64fa61ad5_grande


With all the best wishes to Thom and his team over in the Tokyo store, us here at GTE hope to see a UK store land soon.

For more in depth look at their new releases, head over to the website by clicking here.