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Salute 34 Backpack | By Mhm Gear

MHM (Mile High Mountaineering) is a new company from Colorado, they offer several versatile backpack models equipped for backpacking, hiking, climbing, skiing and snowboarding. Our pick from the collection is the innovative Salute 34 backpack. The bag is equipped with a heavy-duty zipper that "snakes” around the entire pack in the shape of an "S". This gives you the versatility and access in a pack that you´ve only dreamed of. You can literally access your gear any which way you please and at any location in the pack. The Salute can also zip entirely open into a ground mat to keep ropes and any other important gear off the ground and away from rocks. The Salute is available in two colors Hydro Blue or Orange.



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ZIP-TOP BRIEFCASE

Our good friend and leather crafter Ryan Barr from Whipping Post has added a new bag to his beautiful collection, the Zip-Top Briefcase. The elegant bag is masterfully crafted with full-grain leather and includes a detachable strap. Although compact, the brief has plenty of room to house laptop, pens, notebooks etc. Available in a choice of brown, tan, or black....
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THE WATCH WALLET

The Watch Wallet by Discommon Goods marries your most prized travel possessions – your watches and passport. Handmade in the USA from waxed Italian leather, the gorgeous travel wallet features a tweed interior, and is lined with D3O foam for outstanding impact protection. It securely holds 2 watches, and has space for your passport and other stuff such as cash, notebook and cards. It comes complete with a strap removal tool and is available in a choice of Caramel Br...
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TARAHUMARA PACK | BY HILL PEOPLE GEAR | Image

TARAHUMARA PACK | BY HILL PEOPLE GEAR

Great little backpack by Hill People Gear, the "military style" Tarahumara Pack is perfect for outdoor adventures when not carrying a lot of gear. If you are going to carry a lot of gear the bag can easily be attached on the back of a larger backpack (example in the one of the pictures). the bag is very rugged and will stay right on you through all kinds of activities....
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