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Utility Rucksack | By Cargo Works

We recently drooled over Cargo Worksīs Tactical Sleeves, we are now doing the same over their cool line of backpacks. Their versatile Utility Rucksack is looking dope, made from a tough and durable 900 denier polyester canvas, it features a tough ripstop liner and military grade buckles. A great bag for everyday excursions and weekend adventures.



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MOD TABLET 3

Leather crafters This is Ground have released the latest version of their popular Mod Tablet case. The Mod Tablet 3 is the perfect mobile office, a beautifully crafted and functional case built to solve the needs of creative professionals. The customizable leather organizer is optimized for tech gear and includes plenty of inside pockets and slots to hold all of your creative gear and gizmos. Available in several colors and configurations, Mod 3 is the ultimate day-...
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MINUTEMAN WATCHES

Minuteman is a new watch brand. The watches will be produced in Ohio-USA by one of our favorite timepiece makers LUM-TEC. The 43mm watches feature: a Swiss Ronda caliber 715LI quartz movement,  water resistance to 200 m, a sapphire crystal, and SuperLumiNova. All watches come with two NATO-style straps, in black and in green. The watches are now available for pre-order and will be available in Q3 of 2013. When buying a Minuteman watch, a portion of the sale wil...
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PATAGONIA M10 JACKET

Made for those who thrive on thin and technical climbs in full alpine conditions, the new M10 is a study in minimalism - and their lightest 3-layer hard shell. The soft, pliable waterproof/breathable nylon ripstop fabric yields superb durability for its weight and protects against monsoon-season precip and summit ridge gusts....
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