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Vibram Five Fingers

These have been arround for a while, but we still thought they were worth sharing with those of you who might not know them. This patented FiveFingers design takes a minimalist approach to barefooting. Non-marking Vibram TC1 performance rubber soles protect your feet and provide a sure grip over a variety of terrain. A thin, abrasion-resistant stretch polyamide fabric fits low on the footófor comfort and quick drying.



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HUMAN TIME PROJECT

The Human Time Project is a company created to give wrist watches to health care workers in third world countries. For every watch sold, another will be given to a health care worker that needs one. For many a watch is just a fashion item, for a Dr. , itís a tool. The HTP 1 was designed with input from medics that have worked in the field. The result, an honest and simple design that does itís job, while looking great at the same time. The cool military look HTP 1 w...
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BEST MADE MATTE BLACK COLLECTION | Image

BEST MADE MATTE BLACK COLLECTION

Best Made Company is one of our favorite stores, they are dedicated to equipping customers with quality products that they can use and pass down for generations. We have featured several of their apparel, axes, knives and other tools over the years. They continue to impress with this Matte Black Collection, a list of some of their most popular products and some new ones in the always popular color of matte black. Check out the full breakdown below....
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WATCH STRAPS | BY WORN & WOUND

Remember our feature last week on the Watch Roll by Worn & Wound? Well the same guys are also selling this cool vintage look watch straps on their online store. The American-made watch straps have a modern and minimal look and are available in two styles, "Model 1" a two-piece watch strap, or "NYC NATO" a classic one piece NATO watch strap....
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