A First Impression of American Crew’s Liquid Wax

american crew liquid wax review

American Crew is a well-known hair care brand that tends to be highly popular given it’s availability and affordability.  Recently the brand launched a new product, Liquid Wax, in an effort to diversity their line up and offer a one of a kind product for various hair types.

Liquid Wax is pretty much as it sounds. It’s a hybrid wax/gel styling aid that comes in a plastic squeezable bottle. It’s housed in American Crew’s trademark amber-colored bottling with white lettering.

“Controls like a gel, finishes like a wax, ” is the promise written right on the bottle.  Does it actually deliver?

There’s a lot to say for the flexibility of this product. It actually does deliver on its premise of providing gel-like control.  I can’t speak to the wax aspect as I’ve typically steered clear of wax products for my mane and having nothing to compare it to. There’s just something strange to me about using wax in my hair.  Maybe I’ll revisit that at a later date…who knows.

Lately, I’ve been applying my gel to damp hair instead of soaking wet hair in the shower and have had some pretty good results.  American Crew actually works well, but unfortunately it doesn’t play well with others. I’m not sure if it’s the formulation of the Liquid Wax in and of itself that makes it flake OR if it’s the result of an interaction with the conditioner that I’ve been using.  Nonetheless, the result is no bueno.  Flakes galore.  And this has happened on more than one occasion unfortunately.

After using the product a few times over the course of several weeks, I can’t say that the benefits outweigh the flakey consequences.  Maybe it’s user error and maybe I’m applying it wrong/  To be fair, there are not real instructions on the bottle itself which makes me wonder if other gents are having similar results.

I suppose only time will tell if American Crew Liquid Wax turns out to be a useful product. If I’m going off first impressions, I wouldn’t invite it out for another round, but hey stranger things have happened.


Disclosure: Product was provided courtesy of American Crew for the purpose of this review.

So Fresh & So Clean with Paul Mitchell Tea Tree & Lavender Mint

Back in February of 2015 I shared with you my take on some of the Paul Mitchell hair care line up and while there was some successes, I felt like the products didn’t quite give my mane the nourishment it needed.  Well, that’s all changed with the Lavender Mint line up from the Tea Tree collection.

In my #PMInsiders box I received the following:

  • Lavender Mint Moisturizing Shampoo
  • Lavender Mint Moisturizing Conditioner
  • Tea Tree Body Bar (soap)
  • Tea Tree Firm Hold Gel
  • Tea Tree Hair and Body Moisturizer
  • Tea Tree Shave Gel

There is a lot of similarity between the products.  First, the lavender and mint products boast an herbal and calming scent which I found very refreshing.  The tea tree products offer a slightly more biting scent thanks to an extra dose of tea tree oil, but it’s still pleasant nonetheless.

The Tea Tree products gave me a bit of a mixed bag in terms of results. Both the body bar and shave gel are mostly “what you see is what you get” products.  They don’t particularly deliver anything unexpected.  That’s not necessarily a bad thing…it just is.

I was more shocked by how much I got along with the hair and body moisturizer which actually does live up to its name. It’s a great after shower moisturizer.  It isn’t greasy and absorbs into skin very quickly, leaving an unobtrusive amount of moisture on the skin.  And as the temperature continues to rise, I’m sure that I’m not the only one starting to avoid those heavy winter body creams.  The moisturizer works wonders as a leave in hair conditioner, delivering softness all while feeding your hair with nutrients like aloe leaf juice and peppermint oil.

But, the biggest surprise for me out of the entire group was the Tea Tree Firm Hold Gel.  I’ve had a love-hate relationship with gels as many are often too greasy or leave highly textured hair looking like a pack of ramen noodles which is not something I aim for.

This was the one time that I followed the directions to the letter and waited until after my hair dried a little to slap on some product. It turns out, I’ve been using gel wrongly for many years and that’s the way you’re really supposed to do it. I’m still continually impressed by my results.  My hair has good definition, volume and softness.  This gel is a win-win-win. It’s a serious triple threat.

And while I was most excited about the Lavender Mint products (the shampoo and conditioner) I wasn’t as surprised as I was with some of the tea tree line up.  Both the shampoo and conditioner work pretty well and boy, do they smell great.  The super clean and calming bouquet, I imagine, will be welcome in many folks’ shower stalls.  The shampoo has a surprising amount of slip which makes it ideal for detangling highly textured hair types (like afros and type 4 hair) while the conditioner offers a helpful follow-up to wrap up the routine.

There is no such thing as a perfect product, but with Paul Mitchell’s offerings there is something for everyone.  Whether it’s the scent, consistency or performance, there’s a good bit of helpful choices in the tea tree line which is worth a buy.  These products are of good quality and represent some of the better options from Paul Mitchell so far.  My stand-out picks are the Tea Tree Hair and Body Moisturizer for its incredible versatility and the Tea Tree Firm Hold Gel for its consistently good results.  The Lavender Mint Moisturizing Conditioner comes in at third place regrettably, as it just doesn’t have the “it” factor the other products have.

Those looking for eco-conscious grooming (see: gluten free & vegan) might want to give these products a try. No matter what your needs are, it seems that Paul Mitchell has you covered.


Disclosure: Products were provided courtesy of Paul Mitchell as part of the #PMInsiders program.


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It’s been a long time since we’ve run a feature on a curly or kinky haired guy here on MANE MAN so I’m especially happy to share with you this feature on Greg or @feelgregarious on Instagram.  I hope you love his hair as much as I do.  Enjoy!

First off, tell us a little bit about yourself (your name, where you’re from, etc.)

My name is Greg Pinkney, I am 21 years old. I live in Maryland  and I am a visual communications major at Prince George’s Community College. I am also an up and coming photographer.

When did you start growing your hair out? How have people in your life reacted?

I started growing my hair out after graduating high school and I got mixed reaction when I started growing it out. My parents and a couple of close friends weren’t for it at first, and my parents still aren’t really for it.  They really like me with short hair but I’ve had short hair the majority of my life and needed a change. I may cut it off in the future, but when people least expect it.

What’s been your biggest grooming challenge so far?

I would have to say my biggest challenge would be between dry ends and single strands knots when it comes to my hair.

What’s your usual hair routine or style? 

Well my hair stays in protective styles the majority of the time. They’re currently in dread extensions for 3 months but the majority of the time they’re in twists. I keep them for about 2 weeks, take them out and I wear it in a twist out for about a week. Then  I  go through my wash day: shampoo, condition, deep condition and set my hair with leave-ins, and do a blowout which takes about 2 hours. Then back to the twists for another few weeks.

Do you have any favorite products or hair tools that you would recommend to other mane men out there?

My favorite products are:

Oils: coconut oil, jojoba oil, organ oil, macadamia oil, tea tree oil

Leave-Ins: Aloe Vera Juice, Eden Body Works Coconut Shea Leave-In

Styling products: Taliah Waajid Curly Curl Cream (can be used as edge control), Cream enhancing smoothie, Lock It Up gel, Elastic QP Edge Control

Pre-Poo: Apple Cider Vinegar

Shampoo: Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow, and Repair Shampoo, Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo, Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Soap

Conditioners/ Deep Conditioners: Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner, Trader Joe’s Spa Nourish Conditioner, Organix Coconut Conditioner , Shea moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Deep Conditioner, Yucca and Plantain Anti-breakage Masque

Heat Protectants: Love Lotta Body Wrap Me Foaming Mousse, Tresemme Salon Silk Serum w/ Argan oil

Tools: Denman 9 row brush, wide tooth comb, round brush, hair bands, and hair clips

And is there anything else you would like to share?

To any one that’s going through the rough stage of the their hair just remember to enjoy each stage of your hair.  It takes patience and definitely a good balanced moisture and protein hair routine.

Nubian Heritage Launches All Natural Deodorants: A Review

Image courtesy of Nubian Heritage.
Image courtesy of Nubian Heritage.

Wellness beauty brand Nubian Heritage recently launched their line of 24 Hour All Natural deodorants.  The line of aluminum-free deodorants features a variety of pleasant scents all without the chemical gunk that beleagueres your favorite antiperspirant.

The deodorant versus antiperspirant debate is one that I’ve struggled with myself.  While antiperspirants provide odor protection as well as wetness protection, deodorants only provide the necessary ingredients to ward off room-clearing body odor.  Some folks can’t live without the wetness protection which I can understand. It’s all a matter of personal taste.  My personal take is that you can get away with just deodorants, especially in beautifully temperate weather as you’re not spending much time sweating too heavily.  I personally think that deodorants are great for the winter, spring and fall months especially.  They also give your sensitive underarm skin a break of the chemicals that come with your favorite drug store “deodorant”.

Nubian Heritage had developed a pretty well-rounded, unisex line of deodorants based on their model of  ethically sourced shea butter from co-ops in Northern Ghana.  With every dollar spent with Nubian Heritage you know your money is being used and traded responsibly. It makes me feel good to know that a brand has such character and integrity.  It’s inspiring.

Now on to the products!

Nubian Heritage has four all-natural deodorants which I’ve had the pleasure of sampling and there’s not a dud in the bunch.

  • Coconut & Papaya – The most fruity of the bunch, this stick uses coconut oil, a natural moisturizer that keeps skin super soft. Papaya doubles down with offerings that help keep skin clear and healthy.  All of this comes with a delightfully pleasant, albeit  an arguably feminine scent, that I think many folks will like.
  • African Black Soap – Long associated with promoting healthy and clear skin, the African Black Soap deodorant helps regulate the skin’s oil production all while providing the bright scent that many of us are familiar with.
  • Indian Hemp & Haitian Vetiver – Formulated with super hydrating neem oil, this variety offers up a mild, yet herbal scent fit for both guys and girls.
  • Honey & Black Seed – One of my personal favorites, the Honey & Black Seed deodorant offers a sweet, yet subtle scent while improving skin circulation all while managing irritation. It smells so good!

Each of the deodorants boast a suggested retail price of $7.99 for a 2.25 ounce stick.  Products are available online at VitaminShoppe.com and at select Whole Foods stores among others. For more information, feel free to visit NubianHeritage.com.


Disclosure: Sample products for review were provided courtesy of Nubian Heritage.

Product Review: Another Look at Dove Men+Care

Since Dove Men + Care first stepped on the scene with products specifically targeted for guys who like to take care of themselves, I was impressed. As someone who is always on the hunt for the right or “perfect” products, Dove Men+Care represents some of the best stuff that you can get at a reasonable price. But, with more and more specialty brands hitting drugstore shelves, does Dove Men+Care still stack up?

Recently I’ve had the opportunity to try out some new Dove Men+ Care products for both shaving and hair care.  Read on for my thoughts below:

Fortifying Styling Paste:  In the past I’ve had mixed results with styling pastes or paste-like pomades, so I wasn’t quite sure what to make of this option from Dove.  Unfortunately, it turned out to not be a favorite of mine and for reasons that are hard to explain.  Mainly, when I used this product it felt like it never absorbed or settled into my hair leaving my mane feeling coated and sort of waxy. For me, it left my hair more untouchable than I would like, even though I’m not a fan of folks touching the fro, but that’s besides the point. Unfortunately there’s just something about the formulation that didn’t work for me, no matter how hard I tried.  Damp hair, wet hair, dry hair….I was always got that same coated feeling.  My distaste for it might be related to the second ingredient being petrolatum (mineral oil, paraffin etc.), which I find is a less than ideal ingredient for hair care.

*New Deep Clean Face Scrub:  Alternatively, I actually ended up liking the new Deep Clean Face Scrub!  It’s pretty similar to the shave cream (see below) in that it’s texture has a smooth and luxurious feeling which makes it a great option for people looking for high-quality face and skin products but can’t afford, or aren’t willing to pay, heftier price tags. This is definitely something I would buy out of my own pocket and use on a day-to-day basis. It also has a very nice masculine refreshing scent that makes washing my mug pretty pleasant overall.  And with my sensitive skin, I experienced no negative reactions or redness which was definitely a plus for me.

Fortifying Styling Gel: Unfortunately, much like the styling paste, the styling gel didn’t fare too well with me either.  While it works fine as a styling aide, I only wish that it boasted more botanical or natural ingredients made to make the hair healthier, as opposed  focusing on “the  look” that you can achieve while using.

*New Hydrate Shave Cream: To be honest, it typically takes a lot for me to think that a shaving product stands out for two reasons… 1) there are so many good options out there to choose but they tend to be expensive or 2) they’re inexpensive products yet so readily available. I think that Dove Men+Care’s New Hydrate Shave Cream represents the best of both worlds: being inexpensive and accessible while also being of great quality.  This makes for a great value and I’m a bit of money hoarder, which I’m sure some of you could identify with. The formulation is smooth and creamy which reminded me of top dollar specialty shave creams that I’ve used in the past.  Yet, the product is also inexpensive enough to justify making it a regular buy as opposed to a special occasion one like those higher priced brands.  All in all, it’s definitely a great product!

Overall, I think Dove Men+Care is making some good strides in offering men affordable grooming options.  Maybe this a generalization for my overall reviews (I’ll let you decide) but I think that I have much higher, potentially unrealistic, standards for hair care products.  Maybe that’s why Dove Men+Care has yet to impress me on this end. Nonetheless, the shave and face products are, in my humble opinion, good buys that present great performance at a good value.  Happy grooming gents!


Disclosure: Products for review were provided courtesy of Dove Men+Care for the purpose of this review.  All opinions listed herein are mine and mine alone.


Lip Care for Men with Carmex

Carmex lip balm

Lately I’ve been thinking about all these smaller, and arguably more ignored, parts of every grooming routine and I realized that I’ve actually written very little about lip care for men.  What was I thinking?!  Just in time, along came one of my favorite personal brands, Carmex and I was all too happy to oblige in getting to know more about what the brand had to offer.

First things first…caring for your lips is an essential part of your grooming routine. Ironically, lips require more conscious care than most of us really devote to them.  And if you’ve done any level of smooching in your day then you know that your boo always appreciates moisturized and supple lips.  No one wants to kiss the Sahara Desert, you know what I’m saying?

If you’re like most guys I know, you’re more than likely just licking your lips to keep your soup-coolers moisturized but it turns out that really doesn’t help that much at all. Just think about how many times you’ve licked your lips to wet them to find that you’re licking them again in the next 15 minutes because they’ve started to feel dry again.  Does that sound like you?  Yep, me too.  That’s why lip care is a must.

Lips are constantly vulnerable to the environment, harsh weather conditions (hello winter in NYC) and all the foods and liquids you consume on a daily basis. Labios need a little extra love.

Personally, I try to opt for products that have some SPF for protection from the sun’s rays as well as other softening and herbal ingredients.  Carmex employs a few like cocoa butter and beeswax. And there’s no forgetting the inescapable camphor influence that leads to that tingling sensation the brand is so well-know for.  And yes, Carmex does boast mineral oil (or petrolatum) in their formulations but I’ve never had any problems with mineral oil in lip care so it’s not something I avoid in all instances.  It’s all just a matter of personal preference I suppose.

Over the years the brand has updated itself to include a variety of flavored lip balms which are great because they’re also unisex and not too glossy.  Just be sure not to over apply gents or you will likely end up looking like you’ve just had a really greasy friend chicken dinner from the corner deli.  That’s not a good look.

I have tried the original, cherry and strawberry flavors all of which were great.  None of them are too fragrant or glossy which makes them great must-haves for guys or girls.  And one thing I love about Carmex is how they have expanded their products to include not only the classic jar they are known for, but also modern squeeze tubes and sticks. There’s the option to use whatever method with which you’re most comfortable and that is pretty cool.  Carmex products are readily available as most major stores nationwide and will only set you back a couple of bucks which makes the brand an overall great value too.

Don’t forget, lips need love too.



Disclosure: Products for review were provided courtesy of Carmex. All opinions discussed herein are mine and mine alone.

The Missing Step in Your Grooming Routine

I realize that many of my posts about my grooming regimen have focused heavily on afro hair care and that’s no mistake. I love my hair and taking care of the fro has been a pretty big priority for me.  Its almost as if I can never learn enough to make sure that it stays hydrated and healthy no matter how long or short it is.  But today I want to speak on something a little different.

I’ve realized that one step that often gets overlooked by guys in their grooming routines is moisturizing.  I can’t tell you how many guys I know that don’t regularly have a daily moisturizer on hand to keep their skin looking it’s best. Sure staying out of direct sunlight helps to combat wrinkles, but imagine if you could take another preventative step now that will keep you looking young well past your mid-life crisis.  Well gents,  it’s all about daily moisture.

Washing with a mild facial soap is essential but so is using a gentle daily moisturizing lotion that goes all over your face and neck (not just the parts you shave!).  This will not only help keep you looking young (I can attest to this as people are often perplexed as to why I have gray hair) but will also help your skin recover from the horrors of shaving AND actually make it easier and less painful to shave.  It is much harder to irritate skin that is so well taken care of.

What are my recommendations?  Moisturize every time you brush your teeth.  That’s at least once in the morning when you’re getting ready for your day and once right before bedtime.  Let all those good moisturizing oils and peptides soak into your handsome mug over night, you won’t regret it.  And for those with sensitive skin like me, opt for something fragrance free. And for most of us, opt for something that’s non-greasy and oil free so you don’t end up looking like an oil slick.  This will also keep you from looking shiny.

Go forth gents…and moisturize.

A Little Taste of Manhattan Moonshine

One of the great (and fun) pleasures of being an adult (read: grown ass man) is cocktails!  Once you hit the ripe age of 21 you can enjoy them freely, and legally, but I’m a firm believer that it’s not until you past the quarter of a century mark do you really appreciate a well made drink.

Spirits, libations, cocktails.  All are variations of some liquor infused drink but they’re not created equal and depending on your exposure you may find yourself into a bit of a comfort-zone with certain drinks or spirits depending on your friend group at different life stages. Vodka has been a well documented spirit in many of my late nights exploits, but I’ve tried to branch out from time to time to see what other tasty cocktails await.  That’s why I was more than happy, albeit a little concerned, to try out Manhattan Moonshine, a “prohibition-style whiskey”.

Again, I’m not a whiskey guy so my main focus in bringing this review to you was to try out a mixed beverage that I thought I could actually handle/like and that some of you might want to try too.  I ended up making my own twist on a “Bessie Smash”.  Here’s the altered recipe I tried:

  • 1 1/2 oz of Manhattan Moonshine
  • 3/4 oz lemon juice
  • 3/4 oz Liber & Co spiced tonic syrup

It ended up looking a little something like this!

Manhattan Moonshine
Not too shabby, eh?













It turned out so good I might have had more than one!  Manhattan Moonshine is a pretty clean spirit so it lends itself to mixing well with a variety of cocktails.  The term “moonshine” is a bit misleading as people often think of moonshine as a harsh spirit but I think this whiskey is smoother and cleaner than even I expected.  It’s a great substitute for vodka or gin which is why I think I have the curiosity to dabble again in the whiskey end of the liquor spectrum.

To find out more about Manhattan Moonshine check out the website at manhattan-moonshine.com.


Disclosure: Product for review was provided courtesy of Manhattan Moonshine.  All opinions listed herein are mine and mine alone.

Back to Basics: Hair Care 101

conditioner bottles

From time to time I get asked how I take care of my hair so well and whenever I do it’s always a huge compliment! I’m always very grateful to hear people think that I have great hair. There was a time when I didn’t think my hair was so great, especially when I grew out my fro for the first time. It’s been a challenge for me to get used to all the attention (both positive and negative) and it’s been a growing process overall.

Today I want to share with you how I actually do take care of my hair. You’ll see some of the same steps on my hair care regimen at the link on the top right-hand corner of the page, but today I just want to give you a little bit more insight into my process and how you can take good care of your hair so that you are always looking your best.

First off, let me start by saying that one term that you’ll hear about in hair care, and black hair care in particular, is wash day. “Wash day” is exacty how it sounds; it’s the day of the week that you wash your hair.  Yes, I know that sounds disgusting at first, but the truth is that no matter your hair type you really shouldn’t be shampooing your hair more than a couple of times per week, barring any special scalp conditions.  Washing your hair more often with traditional shampoos can rid your hair of it natural oils and moisture.  This can leave you with chronically dull and dry hair. But because we have to use shampoo from time to time, there are some easy ways to minimize it’s effects.

First, only use a sulfate shampoo when you feel your hair is especially dull and gunky.  Sulfates have been found to dry out your hair and scalp and can cause irritation. And for those of you with sensitive or scalps, you might want to try and avoid altogether.  I like conditioning washes like MITCH Double Hitter as they don’t dry out my hair or scalp but make sure I feel clean.  This particular option also helps detangle my strands which is helpful when you have kinky or coily hair.

So now you magically find yourself on wash day…what comes next? It’s time to condition!

There are a lot of conditioning options out there but there are three basic types you should know about for the second part of your hair care routine.  They are rinse-out conditioner, leave in conditioner and deep conditioner.  Here’s a quick breakdown of the three types:

Rinse out conditioner: this is your typical conditioner that you can find in most drug stores or in your local grocery store. After washing your hair you apply a rinse out conditioner for a few minutes, usually about 3 to 5 minutes, and then you rinse it out completely.  It’s usually best to do this with cold water.

Personal recommendation: TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner. You can read my review at this link.

Leave in conditioner: leave in conditioner is just how it sounds. This type of conditioner is usually applied after you rinse out the conditioner and it’s meant to be left in your hair before your styling product.  The amount you should use varies on your hair length and texture.  For my currently cropped mane I use about a nickel to quarter sized amount.

Personal recommendation: Kinky Curly Knot Today.  My hair LOVES this stuff and its one of the best on the market, in my opinion. See more information at this link.

Deep conditioner/hair mask: this type of conditioner comes in the form of many different names. It’s often referred to as a deep conditioning mask, a hair mask/masque or something else. Usually this type of conditioner requires that you leave it on your hair for more than 10 minutes and sometimes you get the best results by using heat as well. If you ever get treated in a salon, they’ll often put you under a hooded dryer for this part.

Personal recommendation: Pantene Pro V Intensive Restoration Treatment.  Read my review at this link

I should say that this sounds like a lot but I don’t typically use all of these products at every wash. I usually wash 2-3 times per week to remove product gunk and cleanse my scalp which is prone to buildup.   Usually, I only deep condition about once a week on the infamous “wash day” and while I do use shampoo on other days I don’t go through the whole shebang as it were.

So in essence wash day looks like this:

  1. Shampoo
  2. Deep condition
  3. Leave in conditioner
  4. Gel or cream based styler
  5. Use pomade once hair is dry

While non-wash days look like this:

  1. Rinse out conditioner
  2. Leave in conditioner
  3. Gel or cream based styler
  4. Use pomade once hair is dry

So there you have it! There are my not-so secret tips to keeping “good” hair. Don’t forget to check out my hair care regimen for more insight into my process.

Spring Adventure Style with Rockport Shoes #PoweredbyRockport

Walk360 Rockport
Rockport Walk360 shoes in Blueberry/Real Teal

By nature, I’m not an adventurous person. Well yeah that’s a bit of an exaggeration as I’m a pretty well documented creature of habit. That’s why when I was charged with creating some sense of adventure by the folks over at Rockport Shoes for the first challenge in 2015, I had a pretty difficult time thinking of something really out

Let me start by saying that NYC has basically been a metropolitan tundra this Winter (and it continues!) so I was all to eager to get out and just walk in some milder weather as March rolled in. The plan was to take a nice long stroll in the concrete jungle to get my blood flowing again after basically being a hibernating bear for the past few months.  Unfortunately that also means I’ve been doing a lot of eating and sleeping, but I digress.

Runners in the NYC Half-Marathon
Runners in the NYC Half-Marathon

As I planned to take this new epic trek in my Walk360 shoes by Rockport, sadly the nasty winter came swarming back in. So instead I opted to lace up when my friend and many other NYC’ers decided to get in a little exercise themselves at the 2015 NYC Half-Marathon.

For me, it turned out to be a chilly but not too cold day which made it the perfect time to try out the new kicks. Plus we got a little power walking in so as to not miss our friend crossing the finish line.  The good news, not once did I think of my shoes or feet being uncomfortable and that’s after hours of standing and walking around.

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A shot of me rocking my Rockport Walk360s. Comfy!


Also, if you’re looking to get yourself some new shoes for spring, I have great news! I’ve teamed up with Rockport to offer you an exclusive 20% discount for all Rockport shoes.  This code is valid from March 1st-April 30th for all purchases on www.rockport.com. I can vouch for the comfort of all their shoes, their shoe technologies are awesome and I can’t imagine that you would disappointed.  You can out more of my Rockport posts at this link. Use the code MANEMAN20 at checkout.



Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Rockport shoes. Products were provided courtesy of Rockport for the purpose of this review. The comments and opinions listed herein are my own.



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