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OLIVERS Spring/Summer 2018

The new Spring/Summer collection from OLIVERS combines the timeless laid back style of 1960s California with the performance materials and expert craftsmanship the LA brand has become known for. Pieces like the Club Tee bring to mind heroes like Brando or Dean, while the new Zuma Trunk conjures images of impromptu midnight swims and weekends away



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Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
M2 DIVER | BY HAIGH & HASTINGS | Image

M2 DIVER | BY HAIGH & HASTINGS

Haigh & Hastings is a new Australian watch brand, they make high quality timepieces that are classic in design, built for daily wear, but with adventure and affinity for the sea in mind. Their first timepiece is the good looking M2 Diver automatic, a rugged, no nonsense, solid steel dive watch, powered by a Seiko NH35 automatic movement and with 1000ft/300m water resistance. The M2 watch is available with a choice of a two piece dive strap (buckle), or the one p...
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VELOMACCHI SPEEDWAY BACKPACK | Image

VELOMACCHI SPEEDWAY BACKPACK

The Speedway Backpack 40L by Velomacchi is the "weekender” version of their popular 28L Roll-top backpack. This superb looking carry was designed for motorbike riders and features an unique suspension and strap system that creates a secure custom fit to the torso with no dangling straps to catch the wind. Built from weather-resistant 1000D competition fabric, it adjusts without any trailing straps, the 3 point rotating harness system features a magnetic sternum coup...
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WOODGRAIN HELMET | BY MISSION BICYCLE | Image

WOODGRAIN HELMET | BY MISSION BICYCLE

Stylish bicycle helmet by San Francisco based Mission Bicycle. The Woodgrain Helmet is in fact made with a fancy plastic that sure looks like real wood. It features 16 vents for keeping your head cool and a leather chin strap that is both durable and elegant....
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