Coyote Aviator Hat by Canada Goose

Canada Goose Aviator Hat

The Aviator Hat by Canada Goose was originally designed to be worn by pilots in the formative days of fixed wing flight, when cockpits were open and airframes were held together with wires, canvas and glue. The front and side fur on the Aviator Hat 100% North American coyote fur, chosen here for the same…

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Copper Whiskey Cups

Copper Cups

  These 1 ounce 100% copper cups are designed for use in situations when glass is too fragile – like camping trips, buck’s parties and birthdays for 3 year olds. The cups are seamless and due to the fact that they’re pure copper, they’ll develop a beautiful patina over time but can be brought back…

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Waxed Canvas Beer Bag

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Although the team at JBird Collective decided to call this bag the Venture Thermal Tote, I think it should be called something a little more catchy – And there are few things more catchy than beer. Each cold beer bag / thermal tote is made from breathable and water-resistant Martexin waxed canvas with a dual…

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Hip Flasks by Iron & Glory

Hip Flasks

Iron & Glory is a relatively new company based out of Brooklyn in New York City, the brand puts a strong emphasis on low-volume handmade gear and their current range of hip flasks also offer buyers the ability to have them custom engraved when ordering. Each flask is made from 100% stainless steel and can…

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Belstaff Esses Gloves

Belstaff Esses Gloves

The Belstaff Esses Glove is a new release from the historic British motorcycle gear manufacturer for 2015. Far from being just another good-looking glove with no real protection built-in, the Esses glove has flexible D3O protective armour across the knuckles and palms with an outer shell of full grain goat napa leather. The internal lining…

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NATO Strap by Worn & Wound

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The NYC NATO Strap by Worn & Wound has quickly become a favourite amongst vintage watch collectors and enthusiasts, each strap is made from Stampede Chromexcel® Leather and uses stainless steel fittings to match stainless, chrome-plated, nickel-plated and titanium watches. These straps are a great way to dress up a vintage timepiece – often the…

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Seil Marschall Canoe Pack

Canvas Backpack

The Seil Marschall Canoe Pack had been made by the same German family-owned company, to the same specifications, since 1896. Each bag is made from 100% cotton canvas with saddle leather straps, copper rivets, brass hardware, a hemp drawstring and a buffalo horn stopper. The Seil Marschall motto is “Our best machines are our hands”…

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Enamel Mug by Overland Empire

Enamel Mugs

The unassuming enamel mug is something many of us grew up with on camping and caravanning trips, the cups were first developed for military use and so as you may expect, they’re exceedingly hard to break. Each of these enamel mugs from Overland Empire are made from steel and have an enamel coating baked on…

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Handmade Copper Flask

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This handmade copper flask is made in the United States by a copper manufacturer founded almost 200 years ago in 1819, each flask is lined with tin (a process called hot-tinning) to protect the copper from corrosion from acidic fluids. The outside of the flask is left unmolested as pure copper – it won’t corrode…

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Suus Black Moto Gloves

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Suus is a boutique Australian company that makes a small collection of low production volume motorcycle gear, they also sell a hand-picked selection of other products and at the moment they even have a rather tempting stockpile of vintage motorcycle magazines for sale. These gloves by Suus have a leather outer, a double-layer palm and…

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Hammered Pewter Tankard

Pewter Tankard

When it comes to vessels for drinking beer, this hammered pewter tankard is just about as classy as you’re ever likely to get. Men and women have been imbibing the amber nectar from pewter tankards for over 400 years, over the past few decades they stopped using lead in the smelting process – resulting in tankards…

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