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Vulpine Cycling Apparel

Vulpine is a new cycling apparel brand. Their stylish collection is tailored with performance fabrics and with exceptional attention to detail for cycling. All of their garments are bike-specific, made with great attention to detail, focusing on comfort and made with technical materials. Check out the Vulpine website for the full collection.

Womenswear also available




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EDC GEAR | TACTICAL-STYLE

Together with Huckberry we have picked an EDC(everyday carry for the uninitiated) roundup. A small collection of tactical-style tools, equipment and supplies that are carried on a daily basis to assist in tackling situations ranging from the mundane to the disastrous. Full details and photos after the jump. This edition of EDC is sponsored by our friends at Huckberry. ...
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JEANRICHARD DIVERSCOPE WATCHES

JeanRichard is the baby brand of Girard Perregaux, they launched a diving watch collection named Diverscope, it consists of 4 models. We love the straight-forwardness of the design, most of today´s modern divers watches are very cluttered and have to much going on preventing them from daily wear. These have a functional and almost military look, check out their website for all models...
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VOID WATCHES

VOID Watches has a unique take on watch design using simple yet expressive shapes, giving their watches an almost architectural expression. The watch brand was launched in 2008 as the single vision of Swedish designer David Ericsson. The design draws heavily on the Scandinavian design tradition using simple geometries and materials often found in architecture. The movement is made in Japan....
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