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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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ORIS AQUIS DEPTH GAUGE | Image

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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CLAE HAMILTON

One of our favorite shoe brands Clae have just presented their new Autum/Winter Collection for 2012. Our pick is the sleek "Hamilton shoe", a clean style with an overall great look. The shoe features a low profile sole, rich pull up leathers with tonal stitching, metal eyelets and soft collar lining details. It is available in three styles, black grizzly, grizzly bark, and oxblood ruby. source You can also purchase them online from Clae´s Amazon store here...
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YSTUDIO FOUNTAIN PENS

Ystudio is from Taiwan and was founded in 2012. They explore vanishing cultures and devote themselves to linking past memories with modern life, making fine artifacts for whoever is serious with their life. Their new collection, a set of four fountain pens, was created to motivate the user to "put the pen to paper” more often. They want their users to "reflect and look back” every once in a while, e.g. write a card or put their emotions on paper, believing it helps ...
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