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Taylor Stitch Beach Jacket

Our good friends over at Taylor Stitch have announced the perfect spring jacket that can handle the elements. Called The Beach Jacket, it is from their newest Sailor Twitch collection, and incorporates tough, hard-wearing Halley Stevensons fabric into a silhouette that draws a ton of style inspiration from the West Coast. Other details include antique brass YKK zippers, top and side entry pockets, adjustable cuffs, and a drawstring hood. It’s rugged, laid-back, and, of course, masterfully handmade in California. Available in navy or olive.



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RUGGED MAN APRONS | BY HARDMILL | Image

RUGGED MAN APRONS | BY HARDMILL

Hardmill is a recent company in Seattle founded by two brothers, they create simple, traditional, and rugged products that will be passed on and cherished for years to come. Their first product is this manly Rugged Apron, handcrafted in the US from army duck waxed canvas and hand-dyed leather, this is definitely something every man should have. via Also check out: Gentleman´s Apron, Tactical BBQ Apron, Tactical Grilling Apron...
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IKRONO WATCH | BY ALAIN SILBERSTEIN | Image

IKRONO WATCH | BY ALAIN SILBERSTEIN

The new iKrono, chronograph created by Alain Silberstein evokes the world of motor sport from past to present, like a nod to old dashboards and thick leather protective clothing. It has a black PVD titanium case 47 mm, and is water resistant to 10 Bar. Available at Colette....
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CASIO PATHFINDER WATCHES

These are casio´s swiss Army knife of watches, besides looking really good they have the watch has an endless list of features: six band atomic timekeeping, solar charging, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, tide graph, auto-light and a compass. You will never get lost again......
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