Scotch & Iron Look Book Beach Shoot
We’ve had these images sitting around for a little while, but they are too good not to make a blog post. In case you were not aware, Fort Lauderdale is located on the beach…haha…and we often find our way to the beach for photo shoots. This was another great shoot featuring Cam featuring our United Moto V2 gray tee.
Enjoy the images and you can find this tee along with many others HERE
Look Book Photoshoot with Simone
If you have been hanging around here a bit especially on Instagram, you most certainly would have caught Simone wearing some of our new gear and Limited Edition items. Simone is from Austin, Texas and looks stunning in all of our shoots, to say the least. Be sure to follow her on INSTAGRAM
Photographed by the talented Daniel Nguyen also from Austin. Daniel has been doing many of our shoots lately and you should check him out at www.shootwithdaniel.com
If you haven’t grabbed any of these items yet, just a reminder that I like to change things often and they will not be around long. In this collection, you will mostly find women’s tanks and we will have more options arriving in mid-summer 2018.
ENJOY THE PHOTOS
Scotch & Iron Spring 2018 Collections
We are excited to drop part of our Spring 2018 Collection on April 18th, so we sent the boys out to look their best chugging beers and doing burnouts in the new gear. Included in this product drop will be two hats that I have been super excited about. We took one of our original Ride More Work Less Badge logos and put them on laser etched leather patches. We will have two color ways in a red and black trucker and a dark khaki curved bill hat.
Also in this collection will be a new heather gray flannel and as always we will have more of our essential collection “Brain Bucket” hats and hoodies.
Check out a few images that we captured of some of the new items below and keep a look out for more items to drop on April 18th.
VolksBlast 2018 Miami, Florida
It was that time of the year again, and a perfect time to enjoy some South Florida weather and check out some of the best examples of Vintage V-Dubs in the South East. This is one event that I truly look forward to. I started coming to this event back in 2007 when I lived in New York. It was a really good reason to make the long trek from the cold north to help medicate my seasonal depression. Fast forward to 2018, and I still get excited at the end of January approaches.
I spent a few hours walking the show venue at Sunset Place in South Miami with camera in hand. There is always the veteran cars in attendance, but each year seems to bring out a few new builds to the event, and this year was no exception.
Have a look at the images from this years even and leave a comment below on which is your favorite. If you can get free for next years event, I highly suggest it.
SPEED BUS MENS TEE // SHOP NOW
Rolex 24 hour Daytona International – Friday Session
I decided to call in sick from work yesterday to head 3 hours north to the Motor Racing center of the universe, Daytona International Raceway. If you follow our social media you might have caught a few post that our close friends own Team Rennsport One based in Pompano Beach, Florida. They have won their series two years in a row in the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge. This year they have two entries in the series with Porsche Motorsport Cayman GT4 race cars.
We could not miss the opening race of the season so we loaded up in my buddy Ricks Mercedes E-Class CDI for a brisk commute to the track. Thanks to Ricks lane splitting skills we made it to the track just in time to catch the opening lap on the jumbotron.
The day ended even better than it started with Team RS1 driving flag to flag and taking the top spot on the podium. Its great to start the season with a little head start on the rest of the field and we look forward to the rest of the races this year.
I think that most photographers would much rather prefer to be inside the fence, but personally, I find it very fun and challenging to capture images from beyond the fence line. The good part about Daytona is you can get access to almost every part of the track rather easily on foot. With only four or so hours to capture the race, I made my way around the track trying to get at least a few good images from each vantage point.
Check out the final images and I hope you enjoy.