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Asher Death Grip Golf Glove

Asher Golf has set out to put the boring, old golf glove tradition a bit on its head. Their Death Grip Golf Glove features a cool skeleton print that will definitely add some style to your game. And this is no cheaply produced glove with a cool design, Asher cuts zero corners when it comes to quality, there is nothing that looks or feels cheap with their gloves. They are made from a single piece of precision-cut AAA Cabretta leather, that allows for outstanding feel while perforations in the fingers help keep you cool for better grip. Finished with a leather closure.



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Filson USFS Collection

Seattle outdoor outfitter Filson have teamed up with the USFS (United States Forest Service) for a limited-edition collection to raise awareness about forest fires. The capsule apparel and accessories collection features the USFS´s iconic badge on 17 items, ranging from a few bandanas, a loggers hat, to a series of Smokey the Bear branded T-shirts and of course, a couple hardwearing Tin Cloth bags, a jacket and a watch too. Watch the video below telling the stories...
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YUKETEN SPORT CHUKKA

Yuketens Sport Chukka is a classic from their country range that offers the best in moccasin construction, comfortable materials and a classic aesthetic. The natural crepe sole sits beneath a soft leather insole sewn from the inside. With only 2 eyelets the Sport Chukkas are a great casual spring shoe that go with everything from chinos and madras to your cut off denim shorts....
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AETHER Seeker Snow Pant

The Seeker is made of a 3-layer fabric that is seam sealed, waterproof, wind resistant, and breathable. This smart fabric adjusts its level of heat retention and breathability to the conditions, meaning it retains heat during times of inactivity and allows it to escape when you’re starting to break a sweat...
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