Now that we’ve dispensed with the pleasantries by way of [Volume-1], I would like to continue sharing my collection & lifestyle with you.
Volume-2 is an introduction into the Motorsports Division of Meisturwerk Machinen. This section of the label will be reserved solely for products targeted at those who share my passion of anything revolving around motoring. While I am eager to amplify your viewing pleasure as this saga prevails, I will reserve the feature pertaining to the Meisturwerk Machinen ALMS M3 for another day and dive into something that can connect us with our machine in ways that little else can. My new driving gloves exemplify the essence of this division and are the perfect accessory to true motoring enthusiasm of any kind. The tradition of individual hand crafted goods is one that may have subsided in our world but in mine one that will thrive in every product leaving my shop. After many trials and tribulations of designs & materials I chose quality treated sheep skin as the foundation for my gloves. Sheep skin is extremely dense and soft, which provides a more comfortable and durable material. Sheep skin breathes naturally, wicking away moisture, and allowing air to circulate freely while it is also naturally thermostatic thus keeping your hands close to your natural body temperature regardless of the temperature outside. Each variant carries with it a designation that inspires me as I am sure it will you. Driving gloves are not only an accessory but an essential part of the motoring experience so enjoy my rendition of them as well as the rest of Volume-2 of the “Millimeters” saga as well as your first look into my Motorsports Division.
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Thank you all for following along and stay tuned as Volume-3 is incoming. Future volumes will contain a plethora of content spanning from menswear / womenswear, blueprints of my 2013 product line and ultimately the journal that will showcase my ALMS M3, 1 of 5 being built as a team in conjunction with Precision Chassis Works.