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The County Knife

Another beauty from our favorite knife makers - The James Brand. The County is their take on a classic pocket knife, beautifully crafted from Walnut wood, and with a single highly resistant 2.5" Stainless Steel blade, giving you the cutting ability you need in a slim, modern form. A great addition to any minimalist everyday carry.



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DSPTCH FIDLOCK COLLECTION

San Francisco-based bag and accessory company DSPTCH has announced a new bag collection centered on the theme of lightweight and quickly accessible daily carry bags. For this release, DSPTCH partnered with German hardware specialists "Fidlock” by integrating their innovative closure systems into each product. The collection consists of three pieces: the Waist Bag, Shoulder Bag, and Bookpack. The first two are crossbody-style bags designed to carry a tablet/e-reader ...
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SITKA GEARSLINGER | BY MAXPEDITION | Image

SITKA GEARSLINGER | BY MAXPEDITION

The Sitka Gearslinger is a single shoulder backpack designed to maximize utility when the bag is rotated towards the front of your body. The bag features a 15" main compartment able to fit a 15" MacBook Pro, a hydration compartment, a Water bottle pocket, and plenty of pockets and compartments. Perfect bag for everyday carry, built to last and well thought out. Also check out the Tarahumara Pack by Hill People Gear...
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OG BACKPACK | BY TRAKKE

Trakke is a recent brand from Scotland, they create products for the everyday adventurer that is durable, versatile and timeless. Their no-nonsense Og Backpack is a sleek lightweight companion for adventure in even the harshest conditions. Made from Ventile cotton with a durable waxed cotton base, the pack features a large compartment for stowing all your expedition kit, and the roll-top closure ensures the elements stay out. ...
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