Nisnas Industries: Beautiful fenders

Nisnas Industries make beautiful wooden fenders that are rather special, in a special place. And borrowing from their own words; Wadi Nisnas is a special neighborhood in Haifa, Israel. Nisnas Industries has a little corner in the middle of this busy marketplace. They’re just one small link in the chain of some amazingly talented and dedicated people. Their fenders, bags and racks are locally made with pride and attention to every last detail. Nisnas Industries also teach kids classes in frame building and share their profits with local NGOs who fill the education gap here. We have always worked this way and believe that this is the best way to be part of our community. They have also been avid racers, are commuters, builders, students and teachers – Nisnas Industries is the natural progression of this long meandering journey. I think it’s awesome. Check out more here.

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