He carefully backed his brand new Forty-Eight into his garage, nearly snagging his jeans on the front bumper of his Jeep Wrangler that was literally being held together by rope. Kicking the kickstand down and leaning the bike to support itself, he grabbed his helmet and began to walk out of the garage, but stopped himself as he looked at the largest object in the garage. That old jeep looked like a hunk of junk to those that looked inside of his cave, but to him, it stood for freedom , was something to be proud of (since he fixed it more than he drove it lately), and held memories like a photograph.
Sometimes a man’s just gotta get in his cave, and tinker about. His cave could be a garage with “junk,” or it could be a completely decked out, complete surround sound garage turned sports-bar. Whatever, or wherever it is, it’s a space for a man to walk into and literally feel weight lifted and hung up at the door. More importantly, it’s okay to want to go there.
BRODERICK is wearing:
Hair: Exile High & Dry
Jacket: PRISM for MEN Arnold Jackets V.1 @ Current Round of Sir Monthly
Pants: Redgrave Classic Cut LQM Jeans – navy
Boots: Redgrave Rider Boots – black
Helmet: Turlaccor Custombike Helmet Air Dragon
Turlaccor Forty Eight 2.0
Apt B // Old side of London – Jeep RARE @ 6 Republic
:BAMSE: Brooklyn – Front Grill @ 6 Republic
:BAMSE: Brooklyn – License Plates @ 6 Republic
:BAMSE: Brooklyn – Premium Pilsner @ 6 Republic
:BAMSE: Brooklyn – Tyre Table @ 6 Republic
Soy. BKLYNITES LOFT – Old American Flag @ 6 Republic