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Carry-on Suitcase | By Hard Graft

Another stylish product by our favorite leather crafters Herd Graft. The vintage style CarryOn Suitcase is handmade in leather and features a fully adjustable shoulder strap. Fully lined with rich British wool and reinforced in all the right places, the suitcase is perfect for short trips. Measures 52cm x 34cm x 16cm.



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ARCTERYX FOOTWEAR | Image

ARCTERYX FOOTWEAR

Outdoor clothing brand Arc´teryx have released their much anticipated collection of technologically advanced mountain footwear. The Arc’teryx Spring 2015 footwear collection consists of two basic types, the Acrux - a low cut approach shoe, and the Bora - a mid cut hiking boot. Both models feature a separate internal liner for the best fit-adaptability, breathability and weather protection. Head over to Arc´teryx for full details on the collection. watch the video...
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GOLDEN GOOSE MOUNTAIN BOOT

Italian brand Golden Goose are knowned for getting their originality from researching and reinventing vintage materials. The timeless mountain boots have become a fashion essencial, and we have featured some great looking ones before. This great looking shoe has been named "Pivetta shoe" and features contrast red laces d-ring lace loops, and metal hardware....
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THE MAN TIE | BY GORUCK

Goruck is a recent company founded in 2008, they make military-grade gear tough enough for Special Forces and build for adventure-seekers worldwide. They started mostly with rugged bags but have since expanded their collection into accessories and apparel. Their latest addition is "The Man Tie", the first military-grade tie in history! The ties are made from the same hardcore materials as their bags, and are available in black, sand and the very cool muiticam. via...
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