We're Rolling Up Our Shop Rag Shirt Sleeves

What started as friends channeling their love of garage culture became a quest to turn a shop icon into a unique work shirt. What we discovered was a rich American manufacturing history, a growing list of amazing artisans we admire, and a real appreciation of well-designed and quality-built goods.  

Somewhere along that journey, we determined that we wanted to continue the story, and join in that process. In some part to simply create the things we wanted to own – a great coffee mug, the perfect tool for jotting notes, a killer baseball cap. But to a larger degree, we wanted to prove to ourselves, and to anyone that'll listen, that the end product is worth all the time, effort, and yes, extra money.

We pledge to seek and celebrate quality-built goods that back up our belief that American-made is possible, when you make it a priority. 

We will always source goods and manufacturing that's 100% made in USA. We will constantly look for ways improve costs and pass that savings onto our customers. We will partner with the products, companies, and individuals that share our approach. We will continue to create quality, American-made goods we love, in the sincere hope that you'll love them too.


Chris Logsdon

Originally from Northern California, Chris lived the life of an U.S. Air Force brat moving every 4 years, having spent time in Japan, southern California and upstate New York. With a background in branding and design and with a passion for motorcycles, he sought to blend the two. This gave birth to The GodSpeed Company.

Allan Glanfield

Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Allan has spent his life becoming a creative jack of all trades. After spending some time in NYC as a menswear and accessory designer, he returned to Canada where he began working as a marketing director and photographer in the old steel town of Hamilton, Ontario. Allan continues to spread the word of Godspeed up North.

Mike Higgins

A Kansas native, Mike is a self-proclaimed vintage junky, and counts his Honda CB450 "Black Bomber" among his prized distractions. He made the move to NYC to continue work as a creative director in the advertising world. After 20 years in NYC, he has immersed himself in the motorcycle community, where he rides, wrenches, and heads up the NYC chapter of the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride.