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Rugged Man Aprons | By Hardmill

Hardmill is a recent company in Seattle founded by two brothers, they create simple, traditional, and rugged products that will be passed on and cherished for years to come. Their first product is this manly Rugged Apron, handcrafted in the US from army duck waxed canvas and hand-dyed leather, this is definitely something every man should have. via

Also check out: Gentleman´s Apron, Tactical BBQ Apron, Tactical Grilling Apron




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ROLLIPAK

Rollipak is a clever solution by TrekPak that easily lets you upgrade your favorite bag into a photography pack. The innovative kit is available in various sizes and includes several sized dividers and pins so you can customize your pack and accommodate your gear. Simply remove the velcro padded dividers from your bag, line the interior with Rolli, re-organize your gear with the dividers, pin them in place, and you´re good to go....
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ORIS AQUIS DEPTH GAUGE

We love dive watches, and are currently drooling over this gorgeous timepiece by Oris, a brand renowned for producing specialist diving watches. The Aquis Depth Gauge is the first divers watch which measures depth by allowing water to enter the timepiece through a specially milled channel in the crystal, as you descend, water pushes the gauge along. The patented system eliminates the need for electronics and sensors that can add bulk to a watch. The Aq...
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TRIWA WATCHES

Triva watches is a Swedish brand, they make classic but also trendy and stylish watches for everyday use. Triwa was founded in Stockholm in 2006 with the aim of designing stylish, fun and fashionable watches at affordable prices. Inspired by Italian culture, watches are seen as fashion accessories, Trivia watches offer striking and exciting colors and materials....
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