Far from the little part of Gaul where one village held out against Roman rule for books and books and years and years, there once ran a grand aqueduct. This stunning feat of Empire engineering carried water to the dusty centurions and languid consuls of Nemausus (now-a-days you’d call it Nîmes), past the beautiful scenery of Southern France, and across the river Gardon. Long before we began to make buildings that scrape the sky, they built a stone edifice that has lasted for two millennia, and continued to function in its original purpose for longer than these United States have existed.
To honor these majestic arches, we humbly offer feats [feets?] of engineering at a slightly smaller scale. These brightly colored pennants for your high or low or normal arches probably won’t last for two thousand years, but they will brighten your day, your outfit, and they might even bring you to cities who need you.
Made in the USA and designed by Lauren Ayers for La Girafe Sportive (Six-Inch Cuffs)