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Union Wood Wallet | By Madera

Madera is a recent brand founded by Chris Hong and is based in Perth, Australia. Devoted to wood, they only make products with sustainable, renewable harvested timber. Their first product is "The Union wallet", a stylish and minimalist wood wallet that is slim and only carries the essential, cards, cash and other modern necessities. watch the very cool video

Update: The "Union wallet" has recently launched a funding campaign, you can help fund it at Indiegogo




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The Union Wallet from Madera on Vimeo.



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FYF SOCKS

FYF Socks (an acronym for Free Your Feet) is a new pair of high-resistance socks. Designed by the Swiss Barefoot Company, they allow the user to practice their favorite sport with a barefoot feel but with a high level of protection, provided by the space-age tech Dyneema fiber. Dyneema has higher tensile strength than steel! Plus it´s hyhobic, flexible and lightweight. If you´re one of those barefoot movement followers be sure to test FYF Socks, in addition to all o...
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HAN GREEN OUTDOOR SUNGLASSES

Developed by Danish eyewear designer Han Kjobenhavn, the Green Outdoor Sunglasses feature a cool aviator shape and cage trim details on the sides. Available in matt black or titanium, the cool shades have a classic well-proportion shape, and feature full metal mesh side-shields for a more hard edged post-apocalyptic vibe. They also have adjustable nose-pads for a finely tuned fit, dark forest Carl Zeiss lenses, and come with a hardshell case and cleaning cloth....
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ARMOGAN WATCHES

Armogan Watches are makers of handsome pilot watches inspired by great adventures and pioneers. Their "Spirit of St. Louis” model was inspired by the famous custom-built, single engine, single-seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It features cockpit-legible dials, Japanese chronograph movements, and a price point that leaves plenty of room for pilot lessons. A watch that fits any oc...
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