OMP Carrera High Driving Boots

The new OMP Carrera High Driving Boots are specifically designed for those who race and rally in vintage or retro motor cars – or those who prefer the classic look over the more brightly coloured modern offerings. OMP developed the boot specifically for motorsport use, and it’s FIA 8856-2000 approved thanks to the soft knit…

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Dainese Ellis Gloves

The new Dainese Ellis Gloves feature 100% goatskin leather construction, a material that’s becoming a more and more popular for use in motorcycle gear due to its light weight and exceedingly high abrasion resistance. The Ellis Gloves also have preserved fingers, reinforced palms, perforations for airflow and soft inserts on the knuckles and palms. Dainese…

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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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The Originals by Petrolified

The Originals is a series of prints by Petrolified that show many of the most iconic automobiles built in the mid-to-latter part of the 20th century. The clean minimalist styling of the artwork will compliment almost any home (or garage or man-shed), and each poster has the model designation of the car printed centre-bottom. Each…

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The Magnificent Leather Jacket by Ride & Sons

Ride & Sons is a custom motorcycle and motorcycle gear workshop based in Miami, Florida. They specialise in designs that evoke the simple authenticity of the ’60s and ’70s, with the addition of useful things like CE-approved body armour. The Magnificent Leather Jacket is offered in 3 colours – Midnight Blue, Forest Green and Black….

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Nexx XG100 Bad Loser Helmet

The new Nexx XG100 Bad Loser Helmet is an addition to the rapidly expanding genre of full face helmets with retro design queues. Each Bad Loser weighs in at a relatively light 1200 grams and has a shell made from multiaxial fiberglass, 3D organic fibers, special aramid fibers and carbon reinforcement. The design was developed…

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Snurfer: The Original Snowboard

The snowboard, or its immediate forbear, was invented on Christmas Day 1965 by a friendly inventor by the name of Sherman Poppen. He fashioned it from a single piece of ply and incorporated design elements from both skis and sleds, he gave it to his children to play with in the snow and his wife…

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The Shop Rag Shirt by The Godspeed Co.

The Shop Rag Shirt by The Godspeed Co. is quite possibly the perfect shirt for use in the garage, each one is 100% American-made from cotton Osnaburg fabric and the shirt is overedged by the Merrow MG-3DR machine. It uses American-made, leather-backed, antique brass tack buttons and has a chest pocket with flap and pen…

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Oto Cycles

Oto Cycles is a Barcelona-based boutique electric bicycle builder that is quickly making a name for itself, thanks to a tastefully designed model range made up of the OtoK, the OtoR and the RaceR. The bike you see here is the OtoK, it uses a traditional looking fuel tank to hold the lithium-ion battery and electrical system. The power…

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The New Triumph Thruxton R

The Triumph Thruxton R is the top of the line model from the new generation of Bonneville-based motorcycles from the popular British marque. Only introduced in the last day or so, the new models have been hotly anticipated due to the fact that the outgoing Bonneville model-line had become one of the most popular platforms…

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The Sandqvist Roald Ground Backpack

The Roald Ground Backpack by Sandqvist is a classically styled Scandinavian hiking carry-all with a 17 litre capacity, a padded laptop compartment and two outer pockets. Sandqvist named the backpack after the Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen – the first person to have reached both poles and the leader of the first expedition to have…

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