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Warby Parker Co-Founder Launches Men’s Shaving Company

Harry’s provides shaving supplies at affordable prices and donates to a charitable organization each time a pack of blades is sold.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on March 15, 2013.

Harry’s is a men’s shaving company from Warby Parker co-founder Jeff Raider, along with Andy Katz-Mayfield. It offers quality shaving supplies at affordable prices, and just like Warby Parker, design is a key element of distinction in a market already flooded with cheap options.

They design and manufacture their products using an exacting construction process and only the finest materials. The blades are made by German engineers with decades of experience honing high-grade steel, and the handles were designed to blend timeless simplicity and modern ergonomics.

Warby Parker Co-Founder Turns To Men's Shaving Business

Similarly to Warby Parker and it’s one-to-one donation model, for every pack of blades bought, Harry’s donates one blade (or the dollar equivalent) to a charity that supports its mission of helping people look and feel great. They have handpicked a number of organizations to be featured in the coming months. Their first partner is The Mission Continues, which empowers war veterans to apply the skills they learned in the military through six-month fellowships with a non-profit organization.

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Emma Hutchings is a regular contributor to PSFK.com. Emma is a Film Studies graduate and freelance writer based in the UK. Her favourite topics are film, tv & gaming.

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