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Radio Ruck Daypack | By Goruck

Very nice bag by Goruck, the Radio Ruck daypack is a simple yet fuctional rucksack with a cool military look. It features two main compartments, the main compartment with two pockets and a mesh sleeve, and a hydration bladder compartment extra reinforced to securely take a laptop next to wearer’s back. It also features a velcro rectangle on front allowing you to customize the bag with the patch of your choice.



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BLUNT UMBRELLAS

Blunt Umbrellas feature a revolutionary radial tensioning system, creating an unflappable, aerodynamic weather canopy. It outperforms anything on the market, working flawlessly and effortlessly in conditions way beyond the capabilities of any umbrella in the world. The robust Blunt is the ultimate defense against the elements. You can pick yours up from the Blunt website or from amazon....
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D-RING BELT | BY WOOD & FAULK | Image

D-RING BELT | BY WOOD & FAULK

The D-ring belt is a collaboration from Free/Man and Wood & Faulk, it is a classic belt made with 10oz English bridle leather with solid brass d-rings. The English bridle leather is extremely durable, yet very flexible – perfectly suited for a belt. The waxes and oils used in the tanning process lock securely to the d-ring setup and will look more and more amazing as the belt ages. ...
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MTN Utility Glove

Mountain Standard is a new Outerwear brand that inspires wearers to seek adventure, they craft products that are versatile, technical, yet refined. Their new MTN Utility Gloves are made from highly durable goat leather, a material that is waterproof, rugged, highly breathable, and forms to your hand with wear. Inside their is 80g of Primaloft Gold insulation, and a waterproof dry liner to keep your digits warm, and your grip strong even in severe cold. Other notable...
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