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Style on point 002 Shane Wezenberg

Posted by Jacob Garvelink on

Style on point 002 Shane Wezenberg

The Concrete Matter Style on point blogposts is a tribute to our loyal and stylish customers. For the second post of this tread we proudly present to you the one and only Shane Wezenberg. Name: Shane Wezenberg City: Amsterdam Occupation: Store manager at La Casa del Habano Amsterdam. Short introduction about yourself I am a simple man. As long as I can ride my motorcycle and have a cuban cigar from time to time I’m happy. What is your favorite vintage garment and why do you love it so much? My favorite garment is my Barbour International jacket because the coolest guy (Steve McQueen)...

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Style on point 001 Jaap Duin

Posted by Jacob Garvelink on

Style on point 001 Jaap Duin

The Concrete Matter Style on point blogposts is a tribute to our loyal and stylish customers. For the first post of this tread we proudly present to you good friend and one of our customers from day one Jaap Duin. Name: Jaap Duin City: Amsterdam Occupation: Psychologist | Coach & founder Elements Expeditions www.jaapduin.nl www.elementsexpeditions.com What is your favorite vintage garment and why do you love it so much? I love my 1943 M43 field jacket on this photo. Firstly because it's a perfect fit (pretty hard to find nice vintage pieces when your 195cm/6.4 ft and have monkey arms), and secondly because it...

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Our Story

Posted by Tomas Huveneers on

Our Story

The hunt At Concrete Matter, treasure hunting has always been one of our greatest joys. This reflects in our collection. What you’ll find here is a selection of our favorite discoveries. It could be a pocket knife admired for its beauty and craftsmanship, a vintage beautifully faded worker's jacket or a military piece with tons of history. We carry a miner’s vest from Pike Brothers modeled from an early 1900’s design, and a US Army flight jacket from WWII still in mint condition. The vintage Hawaï shirts you’ll find in our store were in fact made in Hawaï. We’ve followed our instincts to build...

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