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Re-Purposed File Knives

Creek Cutler make custom knives to order, you can choose from a range of knife models or commission your own custom design. We particularly love their Re-purposed File Knives, each forged, re-heat treated, ground and hand-shaped, and given a new lease of life as a beautiful blade. The original texture of the file is preserved on the handle grip, and you can choose the blade shape (paring, santoku, chef’s…). Each file knife is truly unique and made to order with a choice of initialled handle pins and/or commemorative date plates.



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RUROC RG-1 CORE SNOWBOARD HELMET | Image

RUROC RG-1 CORE SNOWBOARD HELMET

Another badass helmet by Ruroc, the RG-1 Core features a beautiful matt black textured finish and a cool "Darth Vader-style" look. Designed for Freestyle skiers and Snowboarders, the helmet offers high levels of protection and comes complete with goggles and mask....
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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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SWS Patrol Pack

Best Made Co. have added to their SWS (synthetic with soul) bag collection, a line of rugged bags made with materials and hardware found in the most demanding adventure applications. The SWS Patrol Pack is built with a 1000D Cordura shell, a water resistant cotton twill lining, reinforced with metal hardware, and sealed with technical rubberized zippers. The 40-liter capacity pack is equipped with a reinforced laptop compartment, a main front-loading compartment, tw...
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