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Deejo Knife

Meet the Deejo Knife, small as a pen, strong as the most powerful of knives. Its design is just about as minimalist as a knife can be, it features a dependable 420-grade stainless steel blade, a secure liner lock system(folds safely away and locks up solidly), belt clip, and an almost weightlessness design. Available in a variety of sizes and styles.
 
Deejo also offers customization, choose the weight, blade artwork, finish, handle, even add engraved text. Head over to "My Deejo” to personalize your own Deejo Knife.




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WOOD AND FAULK BAGS | Image

WOOD AND FAULK BAGS

We came across these beautifully crafted bags by chance, they are designed by Matt Pierce a Portland-based tinkerer. Wood and Faulk bags are perfect for a casual weekend trip, they are made out of heavy-duty 16oz cotton canvas and soft, honey-colored leather on their bottoms, handles and straps.  ...
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ACCOMPLICE SLIM WALLET

The Accomplice Wallet by Capsule is an everyday essential that is sleek, simple and finely constructed, a perfect blend of design and function. Handmade with premium Italian full-grain vegetable tan cowhide leather, the minimalist wallet features an external pocket that accommodates one or two frequently used cards for quick access, all without opening the zippered compartment. The high capacity interior cavity gives you ample room to store up to 20 cards or 70 bill...
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AERONAUT BAG | BY TOM BIHN | Image

AERONAUT BAG | BY TOM BIHN

The Aeronaut bag by Tom Bihn, is a convertible carry-on travel bag that can comfortably be carried over the shoulder duffel-style, or as a backpack if you prefer. The bag is available in two sizes, the original Aeronaut 45 ($280), and itīs little brother, the Aeronaut 30 ($270), and, as the name implies, 30" or "45" reflect their approximate volumes in liters. Both bags interiors can be customized to suit your needs, and both can carry a surprising amount of stuff, ...
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