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Shinola Traveler Watch

Shinola have introduced the Traveler, a road-ready timepiece fit for any adventure. The timeless watch features a slim, 42mm stainless steel case with textured, paper vellum dials, and lived-in colorways are inspired by the sand dunes of Michigan. They are paired with a choice of a woven canvas strap or a whip-stitch leather strap. Powered by their Swiss-made Argonite 5021 quartz movement, the classic watch is available in four styles. Whether dressed up or down, the 42mm Traveler is a steady companion with a classic, everyday silhouette.

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The new Halda Race Pilot watch is optimized for Racing, an environment with extreme demands. The watch features Halda┬┤s unique patented docking system that allows you to swap between a traditional or digital face as you please. It was developed together with professional racing drivers and technicians, the digital race module provides key information on 150 of the worlds best-known race tracks and calculates the likes of speed and lap times. Another stand out featu...
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The Convoy Tee from OLIVERS

The everyday essential in natures finest performance fabric. This 100% merino tee from OLIVERS has a relaxed fit, and a softness you can sweat in. It will immediately make its way into your weekly rotation....
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After an amazingly successful Kickstarter campaign(raised almost $250,000!), the Machine Era Wallet is now available for purchase. The minimalist wallet is carved from a single piece of metal(choice of aluminum or brass) and holds up to 6 cards and cash, easily strapped on the back or front for easy access with a simple elastic band. The sleek, ultra light(weighs 1.3 oz) wallet is barely noticeable in your pocket. watch the video...
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