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Misc Goods Co

MGCO (Misc. Goods Co.) was created by graphic designer Tyler Deeb, after an unprecedented success with a Kickstarter campaign back in 2012 for a deck of cards. Since then, Tyler has added some more beautiful goods to his shop, such as three versions of the deck, card carrying cases both in leather and wood, a minimalist leather wallet, a sleek ceramic flask, and several home decorative items. Head over the nicely designed website for more details on the collection.

Some items also available from Amazon




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MAKR FLAP SLIM CORDOVAN WALLET | Image

MAKR FLAP SLIM CORDOVAN WALLET

Makrīs popular Flap Wallet has a new slimmer version in cordovan leather. You can custom order the new style at the Makr website, it is available in  black, gunmetal, navy, natural or scraped (as featured here)....
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CIVILWARE STRIKER FIXED BLADE | Image

CIVILWARE STRIKER FIXED BLADE

Made in California by Civilware, the Striker Fixed Blade was inspired by the hand-made knives of legendary houndsmen Ben Lilly, a notorious big game hunter famous for hunting down large numbers of grizzly, cougars and black bears. The Striker comes with a 4 inch blade made from AEB-L steel, a material known for its corrosion resistance, edge retention, and ease of sharpening. It also features a beautiful Micarta handle that was blasted for more texture and better gr...
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ADIDAS SAMBA PRIMEKNIT SOCK | Image

ADIDAS SAMBA PRIMEKNIT SOCK

Adidas have introduced a Primeknit version of their iconic Samba silhouette. This interaction of the iconic three-stripe black and white sneaker, recreates the classic leather and suede of the original with a one-piece knit construction all throughout the upper, offering an insanely incredible fit. The brown gum rubber outsole rounds out the new design, giving the shoe a classic low-profile look and feel....
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