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Boa Flow Backpack | By Booq Bags

Boa Flow Backpack by Booq bags was designed with creative professionals in mind, ensuring all work equipment is transported safely and comfortably. The highly convenient backpack has quick access to all your gadgets, it features a collapsing bottom compartment, perfect to keep your digital camera or large headphones. Plus a highly protective laptop compartment, mobile phone pocket, and many other pockets/compartments to keep your gadgets safe. The versatile bag is covered in ballistic nylon exterior with waterproof coating.



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VICTORINOX 1989 ORIGINAL CHRONOGRAPH | Image

VICTORINOX 1989 ORIGINAL CHRONOGRAPH

Victorinox Swiss Army are selling a limited edition of the first watch they ever made, the military style Original Chronograph. This special edition is limited to 1.989 pieces, commemorating 1989, the year Victorinox first started selling watches. It features a brushed aluminum bezel, and a stylish three-piece strap complete with an integrated crown guard (removable). The Original(no chronograph) model is also available here. Available...
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HEX Sneaker Backpack

HEX have introduced the Sneaker Backpack, allowing you to carry a pair of sneakers in a dedicated, vented sneaker compartment on the back of the bag. Constructed in water resistant, waxed canvas, with black coated trim, the backpack features a main compartment for clothes or gear, a padded pocket roomy enough to accommodate a 17 inch laptop, two front pockets large enough to stash a tablet, cables, cords, and other accessories, and an air-mesh back panel that zips o...
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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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