stuff we drool about

Mojave Jacket

The cool Mojave Jacket is a great alternative to the classic leather motorcycle jacket. Iron & Resin collaborated with Vanson Leathers to design and build the ultimate 3-season riding jacket. Made from 14 ounce waxed cotton canvas, the stylish jacket has Heirloom quality, is built to last, and ages beautifully. The Mojave is packed full of details, such as articulated elbows, a buckle collar closure, a deerskin interior collar stand, snap closure pockets, a built-in rear pocket for holding your gloves, goggles, and other smaller items, plus a herringbone flannel liner for protection against the Spring morning chill, whilst you cruise on your cafe racer.



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NIXON GENIE WATCH

Nixon presents it´s latest addition The Genie, another dope watch added to the collection. Ask the watch the time or just about any question and with the touch of a button it has an answer, get it, ‘The Genie.’ It features a silicone band and a polycarbonate case. Tested to 100m depth. Available in various colors....
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KSUBI EYEWEAR

Ksubi is an Australian brand created in 2000 by surfers Dan Single and George Gorrow. They are known for their jeans but are slowly making a mark on eyewear. Their latest collection of eyewear offerings for Summer 2011 features eleven sunglasses and seven optical models. They mix vintage styles that blend beautifully together. ...
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BUTTERO ANKLE BOOTS

Italian footwear brand Buttero decided to bring a more technological edge to their designs and teamed up with Vibram for their new Fall/Winter collection. Five new styles have been presented, but our pick from the collection is this vintage-inspired Ankle Boot, with tonal leather laces and brass-plated metal eyelets. The stylish boot features a contrasting white Vibram rubber sole for added comfort and a clean finish....
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