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Traveller Pack | By Vstr

The Traveller Pack is another great looking bag from VSTR. The super durable bag was constructed in Colorado by a USA military contractor, itīs made with 10oz cotton duck and canvas finished in Martexin original wax. The bag features plenty of pockets protected by Waterproof zippers to keep all your gadgets safe. It also has water resistant padded laptop storage, zip out expandable gussets, and pull out hiking grade straps.

Also by VSTR, the Nomadic Pack




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URBAN QUIVER CAMERA BAG | Image

URBAN QUIVER CAMERA BAG

The Urban Quiver is original and something different from the typical bulky(nerdy) camera bag. It has a tubular shape allowing the camera gear to be held more efficiently, if you think about it, camera gear is long and shaped like this bag. The shape of the bag makes it easy to store in small spaces and is perfect for carrying your tripod....
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TISSOT T-TOUCH EXPERT SOLAR | Image

TISSOT T-TOUCH EXPERT SOLAR

Tissot have recently released the awesome Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar. As the name suggests, this is the world’s first solar-powered watch with touch-screen control. This lightweight (titanium case) and robust timepiece is ready for any outdoors adventure you throw at it, it is scratch-resistant and waterproof up to 10 bar (100 meters/330 feet), it also has an altimeter, compass, atmospheric pressure reader, and charge indicator, in addition to all the standard feat...
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GROVEMADE WATCH COLLECTION

Portland-based workshop Grovemade have presented a handsomely crafted watch collection. The stunning new line of wooden watches features several variations to choose from, pick between round or square face, the type of wood (walnut or maple), and leather or silicone strap. The minimalist timepiece displays time in eclipse-like shapes, with a red dot representing the hour, whereas the faster moving white dot indicates the minute. watch the video...
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