New Markdowns (Up To 70% Off)

70% Off luxurious, sustainable wool knits from Ramblers Way. 60% Off dress shoes and loafers from Nettleton’s. 50% Off select leather goods from Daines & Hathaway.

Summer Shirt Special: Wingtip Custom

Buy 3 Wingtip custom shirts and get 1 Free. Details after the jump.

The Risk/Reward Sale At 75% Off

It’s that time again. Our twice-yearly Risk/Reward Sale launches today. For those new to Wingtip, this is not your typical sale. Escalating markdowns are common, but with most stores, you don’t have any notice when the sale might increase from 30% off to 40% off, or from 50% to final markdowns. With our Risk/Reward sale, it couldn’t be more transparent.

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    Touring Anchor Steam: “Drunk In San Francisco Since 1896″

    Anchor is America‚Äôs first and oldest craft brewery, with roots dating back to the California gold rush. Even with the efficient beer production technologies of today, Anchor still handcrafts its beers from an all-malt mash in its traditional copper brewhouse in Portrero Hill. Walking into Anchor’s facility transports you back to 1965 when Fritz Maytag, of the clothes washer fame, purchased the failing brewery. There is the original bar where customers could buy beer directly from the brewery. The smell of malted, heated cereal fills the air. Even the name, Anchor Steam, evokes a different time and approach to beer.

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    Posted on August 28, 2015 by
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    St. Croix Grand Opening and Mark Pomerantz Trunk Show: Starts Tomorrow

    Visit the new St. Croix shop-in-shop at Wingtip, where we are offering an expanded selection of American-made shirts, sweaters, pants, and more. PLUS: Visit Bespoke to see the new fall line from Mark Pomerantz.

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    Posted on August 26, 2015 by
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    Costume Designer Catherine Thomas Dishes the ’60s Style Secrets Behind Ed Burns’ New Cop Drama

    You may not know her name, but you’ve seen her work. Catherine Thomas is the costume designer you call when you need a hero to look his best while firing a gun, accurately, in a rapidly descending plane (Liam Neeson in Non Stop) or when you need a swarm of paperdoll bad guys to all look like menacing Japanese Reservoir Dogs (the Crazy 88s in Kill Bill Vol. 1) or when you need the right hat for the right officer who needs it to stay tilted just-so even while they bust down a casino. That last challenge comes courtesy of Public Morals the long-gestating cop drama from Ed Burns and Steven Spielberg that gets rolled out on TNT tonight. In this interview we talk with Thomas about her menswear tips, her storied career, and what makes Public Morals style different from, say Mad Men

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    Posted on August 25, 2015 by
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    Agave’s Japanese Clouds Shirts

    Agave’s Japanese Clouds shirts are the epitome of casual sophistication, with an extremely soft and comfortable touch. They are made from cotton, hand-picked from mills in the United States, Italy, and Japan. The fabric is yarn-dyed and “gauze”-weight. This fall, the Japanese Clouds shirts are offered in both checks and solids.

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    Posted on August 19, 2015 by
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    The Wingtip Cellar Collection, Featuring the Coravin Wine Preservation System

    The Club at Wingtip is pleased to announce a vast expansion of the wines by-the-glass program in the club. Our new Wine Directors, Michael Hildbold and Adam Ono, have created the Wingtip Cellar Collection. Twenty-plus rare, old, or otherwise prestigious wines to pour by the taste and by the glass using the Coravin wine preservation system. This system perfectly preserves the wines, allowing Wingtip to offer such an incredible range. The Wingtip Cellar Collection will be offered Tuesday through Friday nights, poured tableside by our sommeliers.

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    Posted on August 18, 2015 by
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    Maison Ferrand Cocktail Dinner At Wingtip [Open To Non-Members]

    1st Course: Oysters with Dukes Citadelle Gin Martini
    2nd Course: Padron Peppers with French 75
    3rd Course: Jerked Chicken with Stiggins’ Pineapple Allspice Rum Daiquiri
    4th/Digestive Course: Cheese Pairing with Pierre Ferrand Reserve 20-year

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    Posted on August 14, 2015 by
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    He Who Smelt It Dealt It: Introducing Wingtip Cheesemonger Matt Gill

    Every Thursday for the past year, Matt Gill has been rolling a cart around the club, full of specially selected cheeses. Some selections are tied to a specific theme, like goat’s milk or all blue cheeses or even Halloween pairings (e.g. brie and cotton candy). July was spent lasering in on all-American cheese. Other weeks, Gill just picks what he likes, what he wants to share with club members. On those days, just listen and hold on. On those days, just listen and hold on. Gill will enchant you with his ripened testimony until everything goes quiet and you sail away on the seas of cheese. His passion for cheese and its related specialty foods knows no bounds. Except camel. He’s not totally sold on artisanal camel meat–yet.

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    Posted on August 13, 2015 by
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    Your “Back-To-School” Shoes

    Today, we manage to keep all of our shoes in fine condition for far longer, but that doesn’t mean we don’t like to treat ourselves to a new pair of back-to-school shoes.

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    Posted on August 12, 2015 by
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    The 50-Year Echo: Grace Cathedral Celebrates Vince Guaraldi’s “Masterwork”

    In May 1965, pianist Vince Guaraldi dragged his “saloon music” up from North Beach to the top of Nob Hill, and laid it bare before the altar of the newly-completed Grace Cathedral. He had a well-oiled rhythm section backing him, and a corps of 60 voices. James Easton and S.S. Weiss from Fantasy Records only had a couple hours to set up their whole portable tape rig (couldn’t disturb the other services), but they were used to strange setups; they once recorded Guaraldi at the crowded Nighthawk from the comfort of the men’s room (no other space to set up). While the public clamored to get into the sanctuary, the dissenters were likely there, too, gathering fuel for their next death threat against the event’s mastermind, Reverend Charles Gompertz. Critic Ralph Gleason was in the audience, too, and that night, perhaps while smoking a pipe of his custom Dunhill blend, #965, he would ink a fresh and enthusiastic review.

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    Posted on August 12, 2015 by
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    What’s So “Undateable” About Ron Funches?

    Funnyman and actor Ron Funches takes the stage at the Outside Lands festival this weekend. While music is the main attraction, the Barbary Stage hosts a plethora of comedians. This year’s line-up includes veteran stand-up comic, Tig Notaro, and the renowned comedy houses The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade. Performing among them is our current favorite comic, Funches, who was kind enough to take some time to chat with us about his acting, his vices, and what he has in store for Golden Gate Park this weekend.

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    Posted on August 7, 2015 by