• NEW: The Olive Waxed Canvas Collection

    We're all about Olive right lately. Maybe because we're midway through our Spring production (and Olive waxed canvas is covering most of our works...
  • Where To? The Weekender

    Our new Where To? video series is a collaboration with Sam Pike, a Denver-based filmmaker and storyteller, former Winter Session wallet-stitcher, ...
  • Introducing the Zip Pouch Plaid Series

    Last season we made a special edition Log Tote for our friends at Grayers, featuring signature heritage plaid flannels from their collection comb...
  • New: The Weekender

    Winter Session Waxed Canvas Weekender Bag
    We've been wanting to design a larger, travel-oriented bag for a long time. Using our Day Bag as a starting point, we made the first prototype of our Weekender well over a year ago.
  • New: The Roll-Top Pack

    Winter Session Waxed Canvas Roll-Top Pack

    Due to popular demand, we are pleased to introduce our first ever roll-top backpack. Designed for everyday carry, the Roll-Top Pack delivers equal parts comfort, function and style. 
  • Introducing the Canvas Shop Apron

    Winter Session Canvas Shop Apron

    Our new Canvas Shop Aprons will help you look good while getting dirty. 
  • Introducing the Fall Collection

    Fall Collection
    // NEW COLORS //
    Inspired by the natural hues of the changing seasons, our Fall Collection features three new waxed canvas colorways: Navy, Field Tan, and Mustard.

  • Introducing the Yellow Collection

    // SPRING COLLECTION // In celebration of Spring, we've made some of our favorite pieces in bright Yellowcanvas with Natural leather details. We h...
  • Winter Session x Heddels: The Natural Indigo Bank Bag

    A few years ago, when we were still running Winter Session out of our apartment in Chicago, we opened a box from our zipper supplier and were surprised to find a mess of old brass Talon zippers. They weren’t what we had ordered (we thought we were getting a new batch of our standard YKKs), but they were beautiful. The cotton zipper tape was faded from what once might have been a deep teal, and the brass teeth and zipper pulls were in great condition. Though we couldn't use them on our standard products, we considered ourselves in luck and put them away for a rainy day -- or, it turns out, a particularly sunny one.

    Fast forward three years and three states over, and here we were sitting in our shop with our friend David Shuck, managing editor of the denim-focused blog Heddels. The zippers were still stashed away under one of our work tables, and outside our shop windows the sun was shining brilliantly (as it does more often than not on Colorado's front range). David was telling us all about the project he wanted to do with us. It was a collaboration to kick off the new Heddels CO-OP product series: limited runs of exclusive products designed in tandem with likeminded brands.

  • Meet the Knife Roll

    Over the past couple of years we’ve received more than a handful of requests for knife rolls, but we knew that a product this specific could not be designed alone. We needed to collaborate with an expert in the world of culinary tools -- so when Denver-based chef Jeff Osaka (of Osaka Ramen, the upcoming Sushi-Rama, and the late Twelve restaurant), approached us to do a collaboration, we jumped at the opportunity. 

    Our goal was to create an easily transportable case that united practical and professional functionality with the refined aesthetics and durable natural materials that we use in the rest of our products. After numerous design meetings and brainstorms, followed by a series of prototypes which were field tested by Chef Osaka himself, we are pleased to share the result of this collaboration: a limited-edition, chef-approved Knife Roll designed for professional chefs, outdoor cooking enthusiasts, or anyone looking to protect and transport a full set of knives and culinary accessories.

  • Meet the Field Bag: A Collaboration with Journeyman & Co.

    “Where need exists, there will always be someone with the bravery and 
    the vision to bring resolution.” -- excerpt, Journeyman & Co. mission statement

    Shortly after we moved to Denver, Nathan Downey and Cory Doney -- the duo behind Journeyman & Co. -- came to us with a concept for a bag and proposed a collaboration. The two advertising creatives were in the process of developing their first 'cause-crafted collection,' fusing their appreciation for beautiful craftsmanship with their desire to better the world we live in. What began as an idealistic goal evolved into a brand whose objective is to unite craftspeople while creating collections of unique products allied around a common cause. With their first military-inspired collection of goods, 10% of all proceeds are donated to IAVA (Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America), a nonprofit committed to improving the lives of new veterans. 

    Over the next two years we worked with Nathan and Cory to design the Field Bag: a roll-top, messenger-style bag with army-inspired materials and detailing. (One of the design references was a mid-century military map bag). Handcrafted in our Denver workshop, the Field Bag is made from durable, heavyweight, 20oz Olive waxed canvas, reinforced at the bottom with a layer of Dublin leather from Chicago's Horween Leather Company.