Code:Rad - StandardGoods Leather & Tool Co.

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Updated November 24, 2018
Standard Goods Leather Wallet

Today the rad comes to us from StandardGoods in sunny Visalia, California. Tim and Amber Kanallakan are trying to bring home a special needs child from China, and rather than just ask people for money they decided to start making awesome, hand-made leather products. 100% of the profits are helping fund their adoption.

That in itself is pretty darn rad if you ask me. Did I mention Tim is also a Prosthetist and that they are looking specifically for a child that he can make an artificial limb for? And their blog is called "Dad will build your leg?" Am I crying? No, I just chopped up an entire onion. Yeah, that's what happened. But then they had to go and make some super awesome products to back it up.

Handmade leather products created at their dinner table. I love it when all this stuff lines up. For instance, they make a mean wallet:

Front Pocket Wallet English yellow

And a pretty cool iPhone case:

Standard Goods Leather iPhone sleeve case

A sweet camera strap:

Standard goods leather camera strap

And of course, a leather mason jar sleeve. Because leather and mason jars = totally rad.

Standard Goods Mason Jar STrap

So, all that to say StandardGoods not only has an extremely worthy cause, but the also the ...ahem... goods to back it up. Go check out the radness now.


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Jonathan Longnecker is the strongly opinionated tattooed and bearded half of Tiny Shiny Home. He loves making music, figuring out nerdy solutions, exploring the outdoors, and living off-grid.

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Posted May 26, 2014

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