Model No. 2 is made of a real carbon fiber composite that gives it rigidity and strength while being lightweight. In addition, unlike a plastic comb, it's anti-static and heat/chemical resistant.
The small form factor and fine-tooth design are perfect for beards and mustaches (not to mention fine or thinning hair). It helps straighten and prevent ingrown hairs, while also helping to evenly distribute hair and beard products.
This carbon fiber comb has a compact design that will easily fit into a pocket or travel bag. There is an ergonomic handle built-in.
We love curating products from USA makers, and it's even better when the products are made in the USA. Not only is this carbon fiber comb made in the USA, but it also has a patented design.
4" in x 1.26" in. x 0.14" in.
7 grams (0.25 ounces)
This maker was founded in 2010 with the principle that everyday objects, like a comb, should also be enduring works of sculpture and design. Started by two life long friends, Tedd and John, Chicago Comb is proud to be the first American maker of professional-grade Carbon fiber composite combs that are anti-static, heat/chemical resistant, ultra-smooth, durable, and come in patented and modern designs. All of their products are entirely designed and made in the US using the highest quality US sourced material. Each comb is individually hand and machine finished in their workshop for the ultimate comb experience. GQ named their combs their "favorite modern comb" and the company has been featured in Allure, Men's Journal, CBS News, Monocle, among others. Their mission as a company is clear-to help others look their best.
Experts Since 2007
REAL Carbon Fiber
We use REAL carbon fiber to make our products. Our credibility depends on it.
Only The Best.
We are very stringent in our product selection and development to ensure the best quality for the price point. We source and make products in 4 different continents, including the USA.
Located Outside Baltimore, MD
We are located in the USA and most items ship from our facility here in Maryland.