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Batch Fixer Utility Shirt

It is never too early to start procuring some fresh fall style essentials. Premium shirtmaker Batch have introduced a durable cotton chambray utility shirt fitted with a smart hidden button collar, roll tab sleeves, and classic bellow utility pockets. A great piece to transition into fall



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RAPHA & RAEBURN QUILTED JACKET | Image

RAPHA & RAEBURN QUILTED JACKET

Cycling apparel brand Rapha have teamed up with British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn for this limited edition jacket designed for city cyclists. The sleek fit, city-style quilted jacket features an angled chest pocket with two-tone red and orange zip tape, reflective piping and a close cut zip-away hood perfect for riding. The jacket is self-packing for easy fit in a backpack....
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THE JAMES BRAND ELKO MICARTA

Urban EDC Supply have colaborated with The James Brand for a special edition of their popular Elko knife. The Elko is a compact knife built to work with a keyring or lanyard to ensure necessary tools are always kept at the hip. Equipped with a fully capable yet compact Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade, the Elko also features a pry bar that doubles as a key ring, bottle opener, screwdriver and pry tool to help you tackle daily jobs without the pocket...
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TAYLOR STITCH WINSLOW PARKA

Our good friends over at Taylor Stitch have announced the perfect Autumn garment - the Winslow Parka, a stylish jacket that happens to be both weatherproof and resilient. Made with 8-ounce Halley Stevenson beeswaxed cotton that repels water perfectly, the weatherproof winter jacket features a custom blanket lining inside that adds a layer of warmth while working to pull moisture away from the wearer during those colder winter showers. Available in a choice of olive ...
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