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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    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
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    Spill The Wine: The Urban Wine Xperience

    The Oakland Urban Wine Xperience is an annual event put on by the East Bay Vintners Alliance. The 19 East Bay wineries represented are housed primarily in renovated warehouses, with grapes sourced from Oregon, Sonoma, Napa, Amador County, and the central coast of California. While many similar events focus on one varietal of grape and draw a crowd that has a uniform persona, the Oakland Vintners work with a variety of grapes and blends that reflects Oakland’s wide variety of people and styles, all of which were present.

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    Posted on August 6, 2015 by
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    Bond 24: What We Know So Far

    Bond’s latest outing bows Oct 26 in the UK and Nov 6 in the US. You probably know that Daniel Craig is still the man in the suit, but you may not know that “Spectre” will likely be Sam Mendes’ last turn at the helm. Here are some more bits of intel on Bond 24.

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    Posted on August 4, 2015 by
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    Eton’s Got The Blues

    The richness of indigo dye printed with vibrant floral patterns makes for an unusual and beautiful combination. See Eton’s fall floral and other deep hues of blue after the jump.

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    Posted on August 3, 2015 by
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    Pinot Days 2015 Report

    Four stories below the City View room at the Metreon, where the Pinot Days Grand Festival Tasting was held, a stage in a grassy park was set for a Brazilian band. The sound crew tinkered with the system while the musicians tested their instruments: conga drums, an electronic harpsichord, and electric guitars. About 100 different wineries were then preparing their own instruments: decanters, stemware, and the stars– bottles of pinot noir. Similar to the band, these winemakers melded a variety of contributing influences into a personal style, their personal takes on common themes or grapes.

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    Posted on July 31, 2015 by
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    Best Dressed Guest

    Beginning August 3rd, willing guests to the Club may be asked for their photo to be taken which could win him/her a $250 gift certificate to the store.

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    Posted on July 28, 2015 by
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    Symphony Royale

    Now the next James Bond installment, Spectre, is on the horizon. So what better way to get jazzed up (See what I did there?) about Bond 24 than to check out the San Francisco Symphony’s “The Spy Who Loved Me: Music from the Bond Films & Favorite Spy Movie Themes,” featuring Sheena Easton, who performed the theme from Bond 12, “For Your Eyes Only” (which hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1981).

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    Posted on July 24, 2015 by
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    Three (More) Things I Learned In Scotland

    The thank you list of people who were generous, hospitable, kind, open, and honest is long indeed. I know this: These brands and these whiskies will forever be near and dear to me after the time I spent there.

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    Posted on July 21, 2015 by
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    Ham And A Dram

    Last Thursday, Wingtip club members were treated to an impromptu duet between two heavyweights of the craft ham scene: strips of glistening Jamon Iberico and drams of Iberico Mezcal de Pechuga. Chef Matt Paine carved slivers of the stuff [below] and Wingtip specialty food purveyor Matt Gill told us more about this finest of hams.

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    Posted on July 20, 2015 by
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    My Day at Cypress Point

    Golf Digest ranks the Top 100 Courses in the World, and #2, repeatedly, is Cypress Point in Carmel, California (Augusta is #3 if that’s any indication). It’s private, with a very small membership, and golf geeks can argue over whether it is the toughest course to get onto in the country, or 2nd, or 3rd, but no one would argue that it’s really, really hard to get an invitation. A few months ago, I was invited to play, and a vacation 18 months overdue was postponed to accommodate the opportunity.

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    Posted on July 17, 2015 by