Go the Victor.

The hometown factory is the Victor. This is a big one.

Rarely does a brand come along that hits every single note perfectly. The guys behind Noble Denim recently launched an exciting new venture called Victor, which goes way beyond just making clothes. What Victor is doing is looking to help save a factory, revitalize a town, and if successful, bring back American garment manufacturing in the Southeast. It’s more than just a noble (punny, I know) undertaking, it’s also simply great product.

Knowing the people from Noble denim as I do, I can say that they consistently impress me with their creativity, kindness and the level in which they execute. They are an altruistic bunch operating in a world where seemingly anyone can found a brand with their “perfectly curated” Instagram account and feel as if they are changing the world. But Chris, Abby, Christman and Sam have pushed forward designing and producing some truly excellent product at a fair price. They are at the same time also helping to save jobs and an entire factory town. And it’s more than just good marketing, they have the manufacturing and design chops to back it all up.

There’s no big financial support to either of these ventures, both Noble and Victor are 100% pure bootstrap situations. As someone who sees start up brands by the dozens, I can say that what Victor (and Noble by proxy) is doing is special. I take an endorsement seriously (in strict adherence to my no-assholes and no-bullshit rules) and would never advocate people spending their hard earned dollars (the collection prices range from $25 to $90) on something just because I am friends with them. Supporting Victor is worth it on every level; support American manufacturing, help good people build a business and promote good-looking (and well-priced) product.

Because a perfectly curated Instagram isn’t going to help save a struggling Tennessee town. It’s going to take the hard work and good intentions of companies like Victor. You can support Victor, buy some great looking American made athletic clothing and back the brand launch here.



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Comments on “Go the Victor.

    BlueTrain on March 30, 2015 1:28 PM:

    If you don’t live in Tennessee, this stuff is imported.

    Tim on March 31, 2015 8:03 AM:

    I haven’t had much success with organic cotton clothing, but everything is fairly priced and looks great as well. I will definitely support this.

    Nate the Dad on March 31, 2015 12:37 PM:

    BlueTrain is correct. If you don’t live in Tennessee, this stuff is imported. Now if only he/she would share the local factory closer to where he/she lives making these type of goods…

    Great article on a company trying to do it right. Here in the US.

    Tim Hardy on April 1, 2015 3:21 PM:

    Love the whole concept and really hope it works out for them, great looking natural product. Hope to get some over here to the UK

    KAZEEM on April 6, 2015 2:08 PM:

    Just made my pledge and for the first time on KickStarter – Thanks ACL for profiling VICTOR – truly inspiring……

    jordan on April 7, 2015 8:38 PM:

    My first kickstart donation- inspiring!

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