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Travel Bag | By Topo Designs

Last week we featured the Rover Pack, a fancy little backpack by Topo Designs, also from the new collection is the larger "brother", the Travel Bag. The bag is carry-on plane size and features all of todays requirements on a backpack, laptop compartment, inner sleeves, zippered pockets…plus it works as a system, allowing you to attach Topo´s smaller bag, the Trip Pack.



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Anza interior
ETQ
Nomus Glashutte
Floyd Interior
MAY 2016 FINDS ON AMAZON | Image

MAY 2016 FINDS ON AMAZON

Amazon does indeed have all sorts of nice stuff, once again we are here to help you find it. This week we have found some more cool, beautiful and functional products buried deep in Amazon´s massive catalog. We showcase a list of products that caught our attention, either for their great discount price, for their great customer ratings, or simply because they are pretty goddamn awesome. Product details after the jump....
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OAKS & PHOENIX MOTORCYCLE BAGS | Image

OAKS & PHOENIX MOTORCYCLE BAGS

Copenhagen-based leather goods company Oaks & Phoenix make bags that are the perfect complement for any Cafe Racer. They create functional and timeless designed bags and accessories that are inspired by vintage motorcycles. They also sell mounting kits that allow you to attach their bags to your motorcycle, or on the side, or on the tank via a set of magnet straps. ...
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JAMES FOLSOM KNIFE

The James Brand have added to their mix of sleek, minimal and design-driven knives, a quick-handed, rugged sidekick named The Folsom. Catering to the true outdoor adventurer, the Folsom is a practical, one-handed, quick-response knife with serious cutting power, it features a corrosion-resistant Carpenter CTS-BD1 stainless steel blade with grippy G10 scales that are perfect for both right and left-hand use. As the brand’s first-ever ambidextrous option, the tip up...
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