Good Worth Keys

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

With all the thought and effort that goes into our keychains and other pocket accessories, it was only a matter of time before someone focused solely on the key itself. That someone is Good Worth & Co.

The brand has built a reputation off their creative goods and accessories, and now they’re tapping into the world of keys. Each one is crafted from solid brass, and has been shaped to look like everything from a six-shooter pistol to an indian chief head, and a whole lot more in between. There’s even one shaped like a middle finger (the “Best Wishes” key), letting people you meet know exactly how you feel. The keys start at $12 through the brand’s online store. [Purchase]

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