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Nuss Sherlock Holmes Shoes | By Keep

The Nuss is the best-selling shoe by "Keep", designed by Jill Nussbaum the shoes are  inspired by desert boots, they feature Japanese milled birds eye body with plaid accent, a folding red buffalo check pattern on the ankle and hidden snaps and gum cup sole. Via formatmag



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EDGEVALE CAST IRON PANTS | Image

EDGEVALE CAST IRON PANTS

The Cast Iron Pants by Edgevale are the ultimate hard wearing, everyday outdoor pant. Made with the brand´s proprietary duck cotton (4 times the abrasion resistance of other duck cotton workwear material) and Cordura nylon fabric, the rugged cargo pants are comfortable enough for a full day of work and stylish enough for an evening out. These pants are so well built they’ll probably outlast you, they also feature double knee panels and a quick draw side pocket that ...
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RollPro Mini

After the successful RollPro, a portable roll up organizer case for your GoPro gear, Riseful is back with the RollPro Mini, a lighter more compact version. Created to easily organize and carry your GoPro cameras and the mass of accessories that come with it, the RollPro Mini features a roll up design that keeps this organizer super compact and lightweight. Once unrolled, everything is laid out in front of you for full visibility and access. The result is a fat free ...
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2PACK LAPTOP BAG | BY HARD GRAFT

Hard Graft have been relatively quiet recently, but their new release has really caught our attention. The "2Pack Laptop Bag” is reminiscent of their popular "2Unfold Laptop Bag”, it features the same versatile style, you can wear it as a messenger bag, as a backpack or as a convenient grab folio. The original multi-use laptop bag comes in two convenient sizes - the compact 13” and the slightly more roomy 15”. ...
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