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Heather and Casey Filbey are bicycle and motorcycle enthusiasts and they are always looking for new ways to style out their bikes (and yours)! They are also avid thrifters, estate salers and general treasure hunters with a passion for repurposing vintage items and finding clever ways to recycle. They have always been very close and thoroughly enjoy working together. Their workshop is not only a place where many interesting products are created but it is also where many stupid jokes and awful songs are born. The sisters are notorious in their community for being lovable goof balls so all of the products they make are completely saturated in dork vibes. Cool guys beware!

Heather and Casey Filbey took over the Reclamation Dept when the original founders, Mychelle Woolley Fly and Ben Pitts decided to get out from behind the ol' sewing machine and go explore the world. Casey had…

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  • Joined May 22, 2010

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Italian hemp from the military surplus dating back to WWII, military surplus, rubber innertubes, vintage canvas, old hardware, reclaimed wood and bike parts

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About

Heather and Casey Filbey are bicycle and motorcycle enthusiasts and they are always looking for new ways to style out their bikes (and yours)! They are also avid thrifters, estate salers and general treasure hunters with a passion for repurposing vintage items and finding clever ways to recycle. They have always been very close and thoroughly enjoy working together. Their workshop is not only a place where many interesting products are created but it is also where many stupid jokes and awful songs are born. The sisters are notorious in their community for being lovable goof balls so all of the products they make are completely saturated in dork vibes. Cool guys beware!

Heather and Casey Filbey took over the Reclamation Dept when the original founders, Mychelle Woolley Fly and Ben Pitts decided to get out from behind the ol' sewing machine and go explore the world. Casey had apprenticed under the lovely couple for a year and Heather is an experienced seamstress so it was a nice fit and a clean transition. The sisters were thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to keep Mychelle and Ben's vision alive and they constantly strive to build upon it.

Check out what Ben and Mychele are up to now!

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https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlackHandsArchive

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