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Autumnweight 60/30 Chino | By Outlier

The Autumnweight 60/30 Chinos by Outlier, are incredibly comfortable pants, well suited for the rain, grit and motion of real life. The 325 gram twill has a soft yet dense and substantive feel while the four way stretch gifts it with a true freedom of movement. The pants are available in Khaki, Navy and Olive.



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MOD FOLIO | BY THIS IS GROUND | Image

MOD FOLIO | BY THIS IS GROUND

The Mod is a new and beautifully crafted folio by "This is Ground”. The versatile and functional organizer lets you carry everyday items such as tablets, styluses, cords, earphones, cards, phones, etc… and organize them with separate folders according to your needs. Several organization systems are available to customize the case for people with different lifestyles and different professions, such as writers, musicians, designers, travelers, executives, explorers, e...
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MOSLEY TRIBES LYNDEL BEADED EDITION GLASSES | Image

MOSLEY TRIBES LYNDEL BEADED EDITION GLASSES

Inspired by the elements of Native American arts and culture, Mosley Tribes proudly presents the newest addition to the Lyndel sunglasses category, the hand beaded temples. Both temples on the black Lyndel are individually hand laid using brightly colored ceramic beads.Tehy are hand beaded by graphic designer Jenny Dayco....
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LIV GENESIS X1A

After huge success with the most backed Swiss watch project on Kickstarter (LIV Genesis X1), LIV watches is blowing up the popular crowdsourcing website again with their latest timepiece, the limited edition LIV Genesis X1-A. The watch was fully funded within the first 34 minutes of hitting the site, and we can understand why, a stunning timepiece with a brash, sporty, modern look, and with an automatic Swiss movement for under $500. Built by hand in Switzerland, th...
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