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Terminal Sleeveless from OLIVERS

This isnít your favorite metal bandís sleeveless tee. Engineered for hot days and hard workouts, this merino mesh sleeveless from OLIVERS brings the best of fit and function.



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WINGBACK CASH WALLET

Wingback are back with their third wallet. The Wingback Cash wallet is a beautiful tailor made leather wallet that is personalized to your taste, first choose your leather (from several colors of Italian full grain vegetable-tanned leather), pick the heavy duty thread color (seven bold colors available) and then personalize if you wish (you can add your own message, name or initials on the front and the inside). The minimalist trifold wallet stores up to 5 cards (al...
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WEISS WATCHES

The founder of Weiss watches is a Swiss certified watchmaker, graduated at Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin, his intention? Well, restoring pride and prestige to American watch making. Weiss design and hand build, in L.A. California, timeless luxury watches, they are the only watchmaker in the US that design, engineer, and manufacture their own cases and dials, as well as finish each movement by hand. Quite understated in the look, their Field watch is built ...
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SHINOLA BRONZE MONSTER

Shinola have introduced another great looking timepiece to their watch collection, the Bronze Monster Automatic Watch. The handsome nautical bronze dive watch honors the Michigan lakes and is powered by the SW200-1 automatic movement (with a 38-hour power reserve), designed for durability and corrosion resistance, and each offers a depth rating of 1,000 feet (300m). The traditionally styled diver, also features a sober black dial, a bronze case popular for developin...
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