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Leather Wallet | By Draught Dry Goods

Beautifully crafted leather wallet by Draught Dry Goods. The wallet is made of fine 2oz black leather and is available with Oak, olive drab, or navy waxed canvas interior. Inside you find a card slot & cash pocket. All wallets are handmade one by one in the USA. source

Another great option is the Elliot Wallet.




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BERN ALLSTON HELMET

Bernīs new vented Allston bike helmet is their most ventilated and lightweight model to date. The Allston is the brands first cycling-specific model, it was developed by designers that worked with cyclo-cross racers and bike messengers to create a helmet that features 16 strategic airflow vents(ideal for hot days and long rides), its extremely light (13 oz.), and has a integrated visor and removable liner for adapting to all seasons. via...
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JAAR Cycle Bag

JAAR Cycle Bag was designed for the urban bike commuters that need to carry their stuff but are not great fans of backpacks. The stylish bag attaches directly to your bikeīs frame with an innovative buckle system, meaning no weight on your shoulders while traveling, no sliding on the side like duffel bags, and no bulky cargo space that panniers cause on your bikeīs rear wheel. Sleek and with enough room to carry your iPad or a laptop of up to 13”, the JAAR Cycle Bag...
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THE BALMORHEA BAG

Texas Rover Company is a small company that create heirloom pieces to be passed down from one to another, to be a part of adventures for generations to come. They craft each piece with an eye towards quality over quantity, and the intention of lasting a lifetime. Their Balmorhea Bag is the perfect example, a stylish leather duffle made of full-grain oiled leather, rugged enough to withstand exposure to the elements and ready for everywhere. Available in both the Wee...
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