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New Balance M1300ggb

New Balance are on fire lately, one of their latest releases for Spring/Summer 2013 is this two-tone blue colorway for the popular Premium edition of the USA built M1300. Made from tonal blue suede and mesh, it features New Balances ENCAP shock absorbing sole. via

You can pre-order them now from Hanon or Up There.




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CRONO POCKET KNIFE TOOL | Image

CRONO POCKET KNIFE TOOL

Crono Pocket Knife Tool may be considered a modern interpretation of the classic Swiss Army knife. Also made in Switzerland, from high quality stainless steel, and with blades sharpened in Germany, this item features some interesting capabilities and has loads of tools within, such as the usual knife, but also different size wrenches, a fork, a screwdriver, a bottle opener, a fish-scaler, a wire cutter and the list goes on….you get the picture, with Crono Pocket Kni...
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FILSON WATCHES

Filson have introduced the Filson Watch Collection. The Seattle-based heritage brand have teamed up with Detroit-based watchmaker Shinola for this line of ruggedly handsome, and impeccably-made timepieces. The hand-built collection includes 23 styles built to handle the demands of the field, all feature a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, a screw-down crown, and a case back secured by six screws for protection from the elements. Each i...
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AERONAUT BAG | BY TOM BIHN | Image

AERONAUT BAG | BY TOM BIHN

The Aeronaut bag by Tom Bihn, is a convertible carry-on travel bag that can comfortably be carried over the shoulder duffel-style, or as a backpack if you prefer. The bag is available in two sizes, the original Aeronaut 45 ($280), and itīs little brother, the Aeronaut 30 ($270), and, as the name implies, 30" or "45" reflect their approximate volumes in liters. Both bags interiors can be customized to suit your needs, and both can carry a surprising amount of stuff, ...
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