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Shinola x Leatherman Multi-Tool

Shinola and Leatherman came together to create an exclusive piece of hardware, an everyday multi-tool for the modern adventurer. The limited edition EDC item comes in custom Shinola matte navy anodized exterior and combines all of the most requested tools, including a customized watch strap changer, a bike hex tool, needle-nose pliers, spring action scissors, a large bit driver and a stainless steel blade. This unique design includes a comprehensive total of 17 tools, and comes with an elegant black leather sheath.



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Casio Pro Trek PRW-7000

Casio have announced their new high-end analog-digital model, the Pro Trek PRW-7000 with 200M water resistance. The rugged adventure watch measures altitude, atmospheric pressure, compass bearing (auto horizontal compensation), and temperature. Alongside the usual Tough Solar and Triple Sensor features, it also has a tide indicator and displays moon age data, plus a fishing time function that displays the best times for fishing. Another useful outdoor feature is the...
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HORWEEN LEATHER NYC NATO WATCH STRAPS | Image

HORWEEN LEATHER NYC NATO WATCH STRAPS

Our friends over at Worn & Wound have added a new line to their stylish watch straps. The American-made Horween Leather NYC NATO watch straps are a modern take on a classic style, they are manufactured with leather made by the world-famous Horween Tannery of Chicago, and are  incredibly comfortable to wear. The straps are offered in a choice of Black, Olive or Graphite and are available in either 20mm or 22mm lug widths. photos © Worn & Wound....
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SHWOOD NEWSPAPER COLLECTION

Shwood have unveiled their new line of eyewear crafted from reconstructed newspaper! Their newest material experiment named the Newspaper Collection is made using reconstructed newspaper "logs”, resulting in a line of sunglasses completely unique in their appearance. The dense lines, swirling grain, and just a hint of text make each pair, truly stand out. Check the process video after the jump....
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