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Tucked within the Marcy Holmes neighborhood of Minneapolis, stands Woodchuck Case, a quickly evolving accessories brand that's bridging the gap between nature and technology. Founder Ben Vanden Wymelenberg and John Guenveur lead a team of talented young people in redefining the art of business, growing their reach in working with brands like Duluth Pack and Dre Beats. These two are quick to realize opportunities for growth, and we are as excited as they are to see where they go next!
VIDEOGRAPHY | Anthony Jones
Today (Earth Day 2014), Woodchuck makes a foray into new territory, creating what's sure to become a new staple -- the wooden pocket square. Available in several variations of American woods and in a few different styles, they make it easier than ever for a guy to look sharp. We got the chance to try them out and must admit that they're pretty much fool proof. A nice way to sharpen up a jacket in literally 3 seconds. And a conversation starter to boot. Like all of their products, the wood pocket square is also made and sourced in the USA. Amer-I-Can, indeed.
Woodchuck also debuts a fresh rebrand today, which is a nice evolution to match their new wares and growing collection. Check out their website to see what we mean.
Check out the gallery below for more of our visit to Woodchuck Case headquarters, where we got a look at the entire process that goes behind each product that rolls out their door, from headphones and iPad sleeves to journals and flasks. Go to www.WoodchuckUSA.com to to get yours, and you can even make a custom design! We dig.