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Poc Do Sunglasses

Poc is a swedish company with experience developed in optics trough their goggles, sunglasses use NXT lenses, which were initially developed for fighter jet canopies. The properties include extreme impact, temperature and chemical resistance, together with superior optical performance versus the existing technologies,i.e. polycarbonate. low weight and durable TR-90 Grilamid frames, Hytrel rubber for fit and comfort, together with the vast choice of superior lenses, for any given situation, make these the ultimate choice for those who need them.



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ELLINGTON WALNUT SHOE | BY CLAE | Image

ELLINGTON WALNUT SHOE | BY CLAE

This is part of Clae´s Fall/Winter collection, the Ellington shoe is one of the most popular shoes at Clae, it emerges with an earthy-toned suede upper with a beautiful contrasting bright-red outsole. Clae aims to bridge the gap between sneakers and fancy footwear, and this example is definitely the way to do it....
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FLY WALLET | BY FLY FISHING COLLABORATIVE | Image

FLY WALLET | BY FLY FISHING COLLABORATIVE

If you´re into Fly fishing, you should check out the Fly Fishing Collaborative, a company known for offering clients unique fly fishing adventures. Besides helping you build your own guided fishing trip, the company also sells these custom leather fly wallets crafted out of high quality leather, and with ample room to display your favorite flies. The heirloom quality wallets may be purchased empty or filled with a unique display of flies, head over to their website ...
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CARDSHARP 4 | HANDS-ON REVIEW

We have been big fans of the popular Cardsharp by Iain Sinclair since the very first version, now the British design house have sent us their latest updated version, the Cardsharp4 for a closer look. With only three ingenious origami style folding operations, the James Bond style credit card sized gadget converts into an elegant pocket utility tool. More details and photos after the jump. Get your CardSharp at Iain Sinclair or at Amazon...
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