Halcyon MK49 Goggles

The Halcyon MK49 Goggles are made in England using the same techniques and materials as the goggles used by pilots, and daredevil racers of the early years of the 20th century. The frames are chrome-coated brass and the facemask is soft, hand-stitched leather. The only nod to modernity is the use of shatter-proof polycarbonate for…

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Standard Issue Instruments Field Navigator Watch

The Field Navigator Watch by Standard Issue Instruments is a refreshingly unbranded, minimalist wristwatch developed for use in the great outdoors, or in situations when you probably don’t want to be wearing your Bremont Alt1-B. Each Field Navigator is water-resistant to 100 metres (330 feet) and has a case made from surgical grade 316L stainless…

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Two Stroke Smoke Candle by Flying Tiger Motorcycles

Men and scented candles are two things that don’t often spend much time together, but that might all be about to change thanks to an innovation by Flying Tiger Motorcycles. They describe it as a “Super awesome custom blended 2 stroke smoke candle. It’s made with real live 2 stroke oil with high-octane fragrance” which…

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Horse Brand Company Naval Knife

The Naval Knife by the Horse Brand Company has been developed in the style of the knives used by Scandinavian sailors and naval men. It has a 440C stainless steel blade paired with a solid brass handle, offering extremely effective corrosion resistance, and the brass is attached via a hard-wearing lead free silver solder. The…

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Waterproof iPhone Handlebar Case

Taking a motorcycle on a cross-country trip and not getting lost three corners into the journey is something I personally think may be impossible. Or at the very least, mathematically improbable. In a car it’s always possible to have a map handy but on a motorcycle you’re restricted to strapping a map to your forearm…

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VSSL Survival Flashlight

VSSL took a standard camping flashlight and realised there was a lot of space to be saved by replacing the traditional bulb with a series of low energy, high output LEDs. The resulting light offered better battery life from far less batteries – opening up a lot of storage space in the flashlight’s tube. Rather…

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Autodromo Group B Watch

Autodromo released the Group B Watch today as part of a collection inspired by the gold age of rally – an age that was characterised by 1000hp turbo monsters that had an unfortunate propensity for killing drivers and spectators alike. The Autodromo Group B Watch uses the highly-regarded Miyota 9015 3-hand automatic movement, the case is…

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Everyman Grafton Pen

The Grafton Pen is a new design by Everyman, an American company quickly making a name for themselves by producing EDC items developed to the Buy-It-For-Life philosophy. Their latest creation is an anodised aluminium pen designed to take Pilot G2 or the famous Fisher Space Pen refills – the latter of which allows it to…

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Jerry Can Hip Flask

The Jerry Can Hip Flask is such a simple and obvious idea that I’m a little annoyed at myself for not having come up with it years ago. Each of these flasks is based on the design of the original German Jerry Can that pre-dates WWII, but it’s been sized down to hold 6 ounces…

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Provo River Fishing Co. Fly Fishing Wallet

Fly Fishing has been around for at least 2000 years, it was described by the Roman Claudius Aeolians in 200 AD, but there are indications that it had already been around for hundreds of years by this point – and some believe it could go back quite a bit further still. At its heart, fly fishing…

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Hobo Nickel Ring

The Hobo Nickel is the American version of an art form that began to appear in the mid-1700s as sailors, travellers and railwaymen whiled away the hours by carving their coins into miniature works of art. This series of rings by Silver Piston feature a hand-carved Dias de los Muertos Indian head in the style…

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Scrimshaw Knife Kit

The Scrimshaw Knife Kit by Mollyjogger is an all inclusive package to try your hand at scrimshaw etching – a unique art form that began during the heyday of the whaling era of the 1700s. This kit contains a 4 1/8” Trapper Knife, a hardened steel scribe, 1/2 dram of India ink, a bamboo tracing…

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