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Crafted Goods

Our latest bag crush comes from a new brand called Crafted Goods. The minimalist bags are very rugged, they are built to last and made with the toughest textiles like the Cordura Ballistic, and use only high quality raw materials and components, like the ITW Nexus buckles & YKK zippers. Each Crafted Goods item is handmade with cutting edge eco and social concerns in mind. Head over to their sleek website for a closer look at the full collection. watch the video



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NEW BALANCE M997CGR | Image

NEW BALANCE M997CGR

New Balance have released their latest 997 model in the classic "Pumice Stone” colorway. The New Balance M997CGR is a subtle retro running shoe that stays true to NB´s roots, it is crafted with premium suede and features a neutral grey colorway, a white midsole, blue outsole, and red and blue accents throughout. A clean classic, and we love it. Available now through some NB retailers, including Sneaker Politics, and Packer Shoes...
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REFLECTIVE BIKER BAGS | BY SPUTNIK ZURICH | Image

REFLECTIVE BIKER BAGS | BY SPUTNIK ZURICH

Most of the best ideas are simple ideas, Sputnik Zurich from Switzerland turn safety vests into high visibility clothing and bags! With a clean and simple design, their products keep bikers and pedestrians visible on the street. Check out the full collection at their website. via...
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NEW BALANCE M530CCR | Image

NEW BALANCE M530CCR

New Balance have released a very clean version of their classic New Balance 530 runner. The white and grey M530CCR keeps the original silhouette from the 90´s and sits atop an ENCAP-cushioned sole. The classic runner sports a simple greyscale aesthetic with black accents throughout, and mixes bold mesh and lightweight synthetic materials for an old-school look. Available now from New Balance, and in Europe at Titolo...
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