Monday, 18 October 2010

Winter Survival

Brand new Sideburn merchandise and something different from T-shirt and hoodies - a scarf. Whether you're a would-be Bay City Roller, Italian football Ultra or just someone who doesn't like having an icy draft blowing down their neck this is the absolutely non-essential purchase you've been waiting for.
Limited edition, made in England, double-sided design, 140 x 20cm (54 x 8in) 100% acrylic. £15. Buy it here.
UP DATE:
Chris Cooke came by to introduce himself at Staffs and bought a scarf. Good man! (The Corpses from Hell T Chris was wearing, was inspired by his own real life gore fest when he lost 2 1/2 fingers in a boating accident).

21 comments:

peterfromhungary said...

Do you plan maybe a winter hat too? i would be a buyer, but scarf is cool too
P

Sideburn Magazine said...

No hats at the moment, just scarves. G

peterfromhungary said...

i hope for hats too :) but brilliant idea

Diplomate said...

With a little imagination the scarf could very easily double as a hat - Gary are you missing a marketing opportunity here ? I think you ought to have a go and get a picture posted pronto for the benefit of any more hat buyers. I'd quite like a hat too.

mp said...

That scarf is too cool. Nice bold design on there. I bludy want one

Sideburn Magazine said...

I tell you what, everyone buy a scarf and I promise we'll make a hat.
Maxwell, I thought you were coming to Stafford. G

peterfromhungary said...

Yesss

db said...

Can you do a mohair one?

mp said...

@ sideburn, I wanted to go and planned it all. then a arty bollox private view thing happened friday, the beer ran out and everyone started on jd & vodka. It was irresponsible and as a result my saturday was ruined.took all day to recover
great to see the cookinator rocking the cfh tee

KrookStreetRacing said...

How about some mittens? It's getting pretty nippy here in Sweden now.

/D

Sideburn Magazine said...

We had no idea the motorcycle knitwear niche could be so big, but KrookSt, sorry no f*cking mittens! G

stevie coles said...

i would like mittens with a connecting string please!!.
maybe a sideburn deerstalker 2!.

pushrodmofo said...

People! Don't forget the leg warmers!

minx said...

shit the bed, I LOVE this!...

BlackCountryBiker said...

Hey Guys take note, the market is hungry for new sideburn stuff... what about those funny little elasticated sweat bands we used to wear on our wrists, or even John McEnroe style head bands with SB logos printed on them, little felt flags to clip onto handlebars (had stacks of them on my Raleigh Chopper as a kid)... the list is endless.

Diplomate said...

minx - your enthusiasm for the strange direction Sideburn is being tugged is very refreshing. I think these boys need to open up a bit - let loose the shackles of convention and embrace their femenine side. Cool knitware is very underated - and I speak as a trend setter, not a follower !

db said...

Guys
You are missing the Chistmas present market.
Friend of mine is doing crocheted knickers and I'm thinking that a sideburn version would be a must buy for the bloke looking for that essential xmas purchase to wow his other half. Not sure about acrylic though.

Diplomate said...

db - cashmere for girls - Norwegian fisherman's string cotton for boys

stevie coles said...

hey boys im only adding this comment just in case it makes knitwear the most highly commented article on your blog.
ear muffs please!!!..

db said...
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db said...

For those still interested check my new blog for bikers obsessed with knitting.
I think the first post is proof of the connection.

http://bikerknits.blogspot.com/