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The North Face Access Pack

The North Face Access Pack is an innovative easiest-access backpack with a revolutionary design that lets you effortlessly spring open the main compartment and eject your laptop. Created with the modern day commuter in mind, the Access Pack features a custom made quick release latch that allows you to effortlessly spring open the main compartment, and interior media pockets developed with built in ejector tabs for swift access to your devices. A spring-steel frame and foam body provide extra protection for your gear. watch the video below

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2016 STOCKING STUFFERS

Just because somethingīs inexpensive doesnīt mean it canīt be memorable. Gift your friends and family holiday stocking stuffers they wonīt forget. Gadgets. Tools. Smart stuff. Cute stuff. We have everything for stockings except feet. Basically, we have something unique for everyone on your list. If you canīt find what youīre looking for, look out for our upcoming holiday gift guide. ...
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CAP TOE MOTO BOOT

Taylor Stitch have created an elegant vintage collection with motorbike riders in mind, the perfect compliment to your prized custom bike. They have recently introduced a new item to the collection, the Cap Toe Moto Boot, a boot that will age beautifully via a unique patina thatīll tell countless tales. Built to walk the walk no matter the terrain, these boots are constructed with full-grain steer hide leather and feature a true toe-cap and a Goodyear Storm welt, ma...
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VOID WATCHES

VOID Watches has a unique take on watch design using simple yet expressive shapes, giving their watches an almost architectural expression. The watch brand was launched in 2008 as the single vision of Swedish designer David Ericsson. The design draws heavily on the Scandinavian design tradition using simple geometries and materials often found in architecture. The movement is made in Japan....
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