We are consistently striving to create timeless products that are built to last.
When we started out, we thought we knew felt...
Then we started working with Merino felt and realized we knew exactly nothing. We just knew we’d found something exciting, and timely. The tip off was how it didn’t feel like other felts we’d been seeing. It didn’t act like them either. We dug into why. What we’ve learned since built a company.
For a long time felt was an obscure textile. We want people to know why we work with it. The short story is unmatched quality. The best wool sweater, scarf, suit, or throw that you ever owned, loved, or coveted was most likely made of Merino. Its the go to for luxury woolens. While sharing the same softness of rare wools like Cashmere and Alpaca, Merino’s extra-versatility comes from its unequaled fiber strength. That’s why it’s used in everything from cutting edge sport textiles to wool fabrics that keep dry and cool you in the heat of summer.
Borosilicate glass is created by combining and melting boric oxide, silica sand, soda ash, and alumina. Since borosilicate glass melts at a higher temperature than ordinary silicate glass, some new techniques were required for industrial production.
In addition to quartz, sodium carbonate, and aluminium oxide traditionally used in glassmaking, boron is used in the manufacture of borosilicate glass. The composition of low-expansion borosilicate glass, such as those laboratory glasses mentioned above, is approximately 80% silica, 13% boric oxide, 4% sodium oxide or potassium oxide and 2–3% aluminium oxide. Though more difficult to make than traditional glass due to its high melting temperature, it is economical to produce. Its superior durability, chemical and heat resistance finds use in chemical laboratory equipment, cookware, lighting, and in certain kinds of windows.
Hand Dyed Cotton Canvas
The beauty of utility is why we design. Heavy gauge canvas has been a workhorse for centuries. That deserves respect. It also deserves some time off. Our canvas collection is what 24oz cotton canvas feels like on vacation. Hand dyed hues capture the changing light of warm afternoons. Triple wash techniques bring out relaxed sun-kissed softness while carefree edge frays remind us to let our hair down.
Industrial weight 100% cotton canvas
Sun-kissed color perfection that softens with wear
Extra strong for everyday use
Hand-dyed hues triple washed and dyed in Los Angeles
Vegetable Tanned Leather
From the moment you meet our vegetable tanned leather it will begin to change and tell your story. Veg tan leather is always on a journey to find a perfect patina that is unique to you. With sunshine, rain and the warmth of your hand it will begin to darken and glow in deep amber as a slowly blending mosaic of the bumps, scrapes, spills and spots of everyday life. But not to worry. All is well. Nothing ages as gracefully as veg tan leather.
100% Cotton Netting
Washable, lightweight, strong and biodegradable - we choose 100% cotton netting to replace plastics and stand up to a heavy haul – reusable and ultra-versatile.
We love amazing materials and with roots that span back centuries hemp is a marvel. It requires little water to grow, replenishes soil nutrients to help improve soil health and has a higher carbon storage capability than cotton. It is naturally organic and requires no herbicides or pesticides.
Worried about cleaning and care? Don't.
Functionality is at the core of what we do, so you can rest assure that all Graf Lantz materials are very, very low maintenance (we choose them for a reason).