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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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Worn & Wound
NEW BALANCE 997 REISSUE | Image

NEW BALANCE 997 REISSUE

New Balance continues to dominate the realm of retro athletic footwear, they have now added to their heritage lineup the reissue of the beloved 997. True to the form of the original that dates back to 1991, the vintage runner returns looking better than ever. Donning a tonal grey colorway the update of the classic looks stunning and will be available for purchase from 18th of January through shops like Up There and Wish....
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TISSOT T-TOUCH EXPERT SOLAR | Image

TISSOT T-TOUCH EXPERT SOLAR

Tissot have recently released the awesome Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar. As the name suggests, this is the world’s first solar-powered watch with touch-screen control. This lightweight (titanium case) and robust timepiece is ready for any outdoors adventure you throw at it, it is scratch-resistant and waterproof up to 10 bar (100 meters/330 feet), it also has an altimeter, compass, atmospheric pressure reader, and charge indicator, in addition to all the standard feat...
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KEATON LEATHER WATCH | BY FOSSIL | Image

KEATON LEATHER WATCH | BY FOSSIL

The aviator style Keaton Leather Watch by Fossil has a cool vintage feel to it. The stainless steel and leather watch is available in three colorways, black case with black strap, black case with brown strap or smoky case with grey strap. You can get it in Europe here...
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