Iron & Glory Hip Flask

hip flask stainless steel

The hip flask is an essential item for any gentleperson’s top drawer. They come in handy at weddings, funerals, christenings, bar mitzvahs, and Monday afternoons. This stainless steel flask by Iron & Glory has a capacity of 6 ounces, a height/width of 4 inches, and they can be ordered with a range of engravings, including…

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Biltwell Gringo S Helmet

Biltwell Gringo S Helmet

The Biltwell Gringo S is a full face retro motorcycle helmet that complies with modern DOT safety specifications. It has a hand-painted, injection-molded ABS outer shell, an expanded polystyrene inner shell with hand-stitched padding, cheek pads, and a BioFoam chin bar cushion for comfort on longer rides. Each Gringo S has a flip up shield…

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The Clampersand

Clampersand

The Clampersand is a fully functioning clamp that doubles as a visual pun, making it a perfect addition to the garage, livingroom, or personal library if you’re a man of means. Designer Tony Ruth (aka Lunchbreath) first developed the Clampersand in an original Core77 comic, they’ve since gone on to become a favourite addition to…

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Pointer Brand Hickory Chore Coat

Pointer Brand Chore Coat

The Pointer Brand Hickory Chore Coat is a modern version of the workwear worn by our great-grandparents, gear that was designed to be tough and long-lasting – even after years of daily use in some of the hardest work environments in the world. Each Chore Coat is made from 100% hickory stripe denim cotton, with…

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Ringbrothers Carbon Fiber Mustang

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The Ford Mustang was first released in 1964. What happened next took Ford and the entire American automotive industry by surprise. The bean-counters at Ford had estimated that 100,000 Mustangs would be built in the first year, but the model proved so popular that this number flew by in just 3 months. By the end…

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Harley-Davidson KHRM Scrambler

Harley Davidson KHRM 3

The Harley-Davidson KHRM was a model made between 1955 and 1956, it’s thought that just 77 were made in total and finding survivors all these years later can be quite challenging. Harley developed the model as an attempt at competing with the trials and scrambles motorcycles coming out of Britain, sadly the KHRM wasn’t a…

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Small Batch Supply Co. Camera Strap

camera strap

The Small Batch Supply Company is an LA-based leather workshop run by Yamaha Aquino, they specialise in creating small batches of carefully handmade products with a strong focus on quality materials, quality workmanship, and usability. Each camera strap is made from hand-selected leather, brass and copper rivets are used to ensure that the strength is…

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Cure Collection: Curing Cancer With Cars

Cure Collection 3

The Cure Collection is a new release by Mason Watson, he’s been a strong proponent of breast cancer research after losing his mother to the disease a number of years ago. With this new collection Mason will be donating 20% of all funds raised to research for the disease by selling a series of designs…

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Icon 1000 Retrograde Jacket

Icon 1000 Retrograde Jacket

The new Icon 1000 Retrograde Jacket is a solid addition to the growing number of jackets that use a full set of D3O impact protectors in the back, shoulders and elbows. D3O is the most advanced armour currently available to motorcyclists, it’s soft to the touch but locks on molecular level into a firm plate…

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The First Baja 1000 – 27 Hours to La Paz

The First Baja 1000 - 27 Hours to La Paz

27 Hours to La Paz is the story of the the First Baja 1000, a desert race that seems almost as though it was specifically designed to destroy man and machine. It started in Tijuana, Baja California, on October 31, 1967, the course length that year was 849 miles (1,366kms) and it ended in La…

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1940 Plymouth PT105 Pickup

Plymouth Pickup Truck

The Plymouth PT105 Pickup was developed in 1936 as an alternative to the trucks being built by Chrysler – purely because every Plymouth dealer in the United States and Canada paired each model from Plymouth with another product from Chrysler. In order to save time and developments costs, Plymouth built their new truck on a…

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