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Retrovelo Bike Frame Bag

Compatible with many classic bike frames with horizontal top tubes, the original retrovelo frame bag is the first that provides two compartments for either A4 notebooks or laptops. It is thrown quickly over the top tube and fastened with two belt hooks and a tenax button on the seat tube.

The bag is completely made of 2 mm thick full-leather, available in brown or black and its outside measures are 36x12X30 cm (lxbxh). Thus your valuables are cleverly transported unique and chic and without additional racks or a sweaty backpack.




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STRIKER FOLDING KNIFE | Image

STRIKER FOLDING KNIFE

The Striker Folding Knife by Civilware, is a versatile and beautiful tactical pocket-ready knife. Designed for everyday comfort in the field and in the city, the sleek knife features a 3 inch(154cm) steel tactical blade, and a slim, textured G10 handle, plus a proprietary ambidextrous clip that allows for quick release. Available now in either black or tan at Civilware....
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THE NUG KNIFE

The Nug by jHO Knives is a new contender for your everyday carry, a micro knife with a unique design and great handling. The clean, sleek and robust knife is perfect for small daily tasks and self defense, it slides around your finger, sort of like a ring, and once the blade is held properly it will never slip. It features a G5 Titanium handle that smoothly flips out a little s35VN steel blade thanks to a free ball bearing system, and locks up very securely. The Nug...
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SUPRA FOOTWEAR | DIABLO BLACK GUNNY TUF

Erik Ellington Signature Model. Mesh tongue for foot ventilation. Vulcanized outsole. Premium grade EVA sockliner. Exclusive SupraFoam midsole providing entire foot impact resistance, optimal shoe flex, and board feel. Comfortable visa terry lining....
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