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Pint Canteen

The Pint Canteen aims to address drinking issues when you´re outdoors, what´s cool about it, as stated in the name, it´s a canteen but it easily and quickly turns into a pint cup so you can enjoy your beverage in a more practical way. Simply unscrew the bottom and set it as the base of the cup, this bottomless feature also provides an easy cleaning. With a 16 oz. capacity it has a double stainless steel insulation to keep your drinks cold or hot. Available in a granite look alike gray or plain simple black, you can choose if you want to delicately take small sips or bigger gulps by deciding if you want to use it as a canteen or as a cup. watch the video below

Learn more from Stable Goods, or pick one up now at a special price ($27) from Huckberry.    
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OLD-FASHIONED TREE SWING | BY PEG & AWL | Image

OLD-FASHIONED TREE SWING | BY PEG & AWL

Peg and Owl is a small company from Philadelphia, their products are made from old things that have been recovered from misfortune and neglect. Example of their fine craft is this Old-Fashioned Tree Swing made of reclaimed old growth pine(was once a floor joist for a 19th century house) and with 3/4 Manila rope looped trough the seat....
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MATADOR POCKET BLANKET | Image

MATADOR POCKET BLANKET

Believe it or not, the Matador Pocket Blanket is a a blanket that fits in the palm of your hand! The ultra compact blanket unravels to 55x44 inches, big enough to fit four people sitting or two people laying. Made from hi-tech HyprLyte Nylon, Matador is water repellent to keep you clean and dry, puncture resistant, features weighted corners for breezy days, and comes with the "easy pack pattern" for easy folding, and includes an attached storage pouch. Perfect for p...
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CHARLOTTE PERRIAND BEACH HOUSE

Originally designed by modernist architect Charlotte Perriand in 1934 for an affordable getaway home competition, the small U-shaped beach house sketches didn’t leave the page. Until Louis Vuitton developed the beautiful project recently, by building the modern waterfront retreat (in the beach-side garden at The Raleigh Hotel on Miamis South Beach) using sketches and drawings almost eighty years after it was first conceived. The end result is this private hideaway a...
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