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Savage Supply Macbook Organizer

Our friends at Savage Supply Co. from North Carolina, are specialists in leather accessories that are rugged, well crafted and easy on the eye. They have reached out to us with news that they have just launched a couple of new colors for their popular Macbook Organizer, a full grain leather portfolio designed to protect your iMac, iPad, and all of your daily essentials. Now also available in black and cognac, the cool organizer is stitched using soft cowhide leather, a material that only looks better with age.



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NIKE ARCHIVE 75

Nike are digging in their archives, they have just released a distinctive retro shoe, the Nike Archive 75. Originally designed in 1975 by Bill Bowerman, the vintage runner gets a modern update with 21st century cushioning, a suede and ripstop nylon upper for durability and lightweight comfort, an orange recessed waffle outsole, and flex grooves for a natural stride. ...
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HANON X ADIDAS CONSORTIUM CNTR | Image

HANON X ADIDAS CONSORTIUM CNTR

Hanon have joined forces with sneaker giant Adidas for a collaboration on the CNTR(Centaur), a vintage running shoe from 1984. The shoe is a tribute to Hanonīs home town Aberdeen in Scotland, also known as the "Granite city". The shoe reflects the color way of Aberdeenīs granite landscape. The vintage runner will be available from January 26 at Hanon....
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VENTURA V-TEC SIGMA MGS WATCH | Image

VENTURA V-TEC SIGMA MGS WATCH

The Ventura V-Tech Sigma MGS is "automatic" digital with all sorts of fancy, you have a scratch resistant case and crystal and then you have Venturas EasySkroll knob, which allows you to set the time, date, and other functions with one scroll wheel. You power the watch through the natural movement of your arm and there is a small rotor near the face which is connected to a micro-generator and battery....
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