stuff we drool about

The Hathaway Duffel from OLIVERS

The daily carry counterpart for your OLIVERS essentials. Created in collaboration with Jack + Mulligan, the Hathaway Duffel is made with 18-ounce water repellent duck canvas and vegetable tanned leather accents. Itís half gym bag and half escape pack.





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THE GUNNAR DUFFLE | BY GO FORTH GOODS | Image

THE GUNNAR DUFFLE | BY GO FORTH GOODS

We are loving this beautiful duffle by leather crafters Go Forth Goods, the perfect bag for both a weekend or a week long trip. The top loading Gunnar Duffle is crafted from full grain waxed leather, a soft yet durable leather that is also water resistant, and ages beautifully. The bag also features a leather luggage tag, an adjustable shoulder strap, and a hand strap. Available in a choice of four colors....
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TAYLOR STITCH COMMUTER JACKET

Our good friends over at Taylor Stitch have announced CIVIC, a new line of clothing for the urban commuter. All of the garments are bike-specific, made with great attention to detail, focusing on comfort and made with technical materials. Every garment will be made entirely from merino or merino blends due to the amazing natural performance of the fiber. Our pick from the collection is The Commuter Jacket, with a classic Harrington styling, and built to keep you dry...
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2UNFOLD NEUTRAL | BY HARD GRAFT | Image

2UNFOLD NEUTRAL | BY HARD GRAFT

Leather crafters Hard Graft have introduced their 2Unfold Laptop Bag from their new Neutral Grey collection. The beloved classic and popular multi-use laptop bag is the very foundation of Hard GrafT, it is super versatile with multiple personalities adjusting to your needs(use it as a briefcase, shoulder bag or backpack), and although its slim, you can fit quite a load, including a 15" or 17Ē MacBook Pro....
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