10 Reasons Why Gear Makers Love Nashville
Nashville, Tennessee, is the heart of the country music scene, but it has also become a city of makers. From gorgeous longboards to some of the country’s best beer, here’s a roundup of our favorite products from this Southern destination.
Owner Dickie “Solo” Soloperto reclaims 150-year-old wood from old homes to make these bespoke decks.
The Telecaster has been the ax of choice for musicians such as Waylon Jennings, Brad Paisley, and Keith Urban.
This East Nashville chocolatier adds a touch of the South to its chocolate balls by including ingredients like salted bourbon caramel and buttermilk fondant.
Designed in Tennessee and made by Peruvian artisans using Peruvian leather.
This American pilsner, a popular regional style in the pre-Prohibition 1880s, is made with local, non-GMO white corn for a bright flavor and slightly sweet finish.
A mammoth main compartment makes this bag functional for everyday carry items. Locally sourced bison leather makes it beautiful.
You might have seen these shirts on Ellen Degeneres, the Foo Fighters, and the Beach Boys. They were designed to build support for the city after a historic flood destroyed much of its downtown in 2010.
Built from locally sourced walnut wood and sealed with mineral oil, this pretty cutting board has a recycled piece of skateboard deck running down one side.