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Aether Altitude Jacket

Another awesome jacket by one of our favorite outerwear brands Aether Apparel. The Altitude is Aethers most technically advanced piece of outerwear to date, it features an ergonomic fit and offers a variety of mountain-ready features including a 3-point adjustable hood that´s large enough to fit over a helmet, a removable snow skirt, two Napoleon chest pockets and two interior zippered pockets. The Altitude is made with a special fabric which can adjust its level of heat retention and breathability depending upon the conditions. It is fully seam-sealed and waterproof.



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VINTA CAMERA BAG

Vinta is a new startup from New York, they manufacture handmade camera bags & backpacks. The S-Series Travel & Camera Bag is a stylish and versatile carry solution with eye-catching features that impress, such as room for a 15" laptop, a full-frame DSLR camera, along with 3-5 lenses. The elegant bag is available for pre-order in a number of different color choices and materials over on Kickstarter....
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CT SCUDERIA WATCHES

CT Scuderia Watches represent Italian design at it´s best. The company was founded by Enrico Margaritelli, a third generation Italian watch-maker that as collaborated in the past with watch brands such as Fossil and Emporio Armani. The CT Scuderia watch collection is a perfect match for the world of elite sport-racing, the watches have a distinct feature of the crown and pushers positioned at 12 o’clock that also characterize the timepiece as a stop-watch. Its gener...
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ARMOGAN WATCHES

Armogan Watches are makers of handsome pilot watches inspired by great adventures and pioneers. Their "Spirit of St. Louis” model was inspired by the famous custom-built, single engine, single-seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It features cockpit-legible dials, Japanese chronograph movements, and a price point that leaves plenty of room for pilot lessons. A watch that fits any oc...
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