Ginew (Gih-noo) is the only Native American-owned, premium heritage collection in the world, making hand-built heirloom goods in the USA using traditional production methods with a focus on American-made materials. Each item incorporates elements of their Ojibwe, Oneida, and Mohican Native American ancestry in craftsmanship and style. Owned and operated by Amanda and Erik Brodt, Ginew weaves a family story that ties American workwear, motorcycle culture, and tribal customs to their lineage of blacksmiths, farmers, machinists, sawyers and welders. The result are garments constructed with this history in mind, with an emphasis on durability, functionality, and beauty intended for a life’s journey of wear. Utilizing selvedge denim, wax canvas, Pendleton® wool blanket fabric, and more, Ginew uses high quality materials to turn the astral into the physical. Each piece from the family is carefully assembled for a legacy of use for those who value living well with close ties to their heritage.