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Long-sleeve Henley | By Homespun Knitwear

Canadian brand Homespun Knitwear are known for recreating garments reminiscent of the early 1930s, the slim-fitting silhouette on this henley shirt is meant to be worn as a undershirt(like worn by the coal miners, iron workers and railroaders who built America), but they look great on their own. They are now selling exclusively in the US trough J.Crew.



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CIVILWARE POINTER KNIFE | Image

CIVILWARE POINTER KNIFE

Civilware´s new Pointer Folding Knife is a lightweight, non-locking pocket knife for everyday use. The good-looking accessory keeps things minimal and features a handle composed of both G10, Titanium, and heat-treated 416 stainless steel, and a corrosion-resistant AEB-L blade ready to help with your daily chores. Available in three colors, the Pointer comes with a leather pouch. A knife that any purist will appreciate....
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ADIDAS CLEAT GOLF SHOE | BY PORSCHE DESIGN | Image

ADIDAS CLEAT GOLF SHOE | BY PORSCHE DESIGN

The Adidas x Porsche design golf cleat G19015 Men´s shoe features a new THiNTech cleat outsole offering a revolutionary low profile developed by adidas Golf. 10 Cleats and a TRAXION configuration provide lock-down grip in all directions and even pressure distribution. Its lower center of gravity allows for a swing that is more grounded, focused and powerful....
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DSPTCH DAYPACK

San Francisco-based bag and accessory specialist DSPTCH have recently presented some new color variations of their popular Daypack. The lightweight backpack is ideal for carrying your daily essentials, inside you´ll find a designated 15-inch laptop and tablet compartment, internal water bottle pockets, and a built-in cord management system. Made from durable, water-repelling 1680D ballistic nylon, this thing is built to withstand the elements. Available in a choice ...
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