1982 Rolex GMT-Master

The Rolex GMT-Master was originally developed in 1954 as a join project between Rolex and Pan American Airways as the standard issue wristwatch for their pilots and navigators. In the years since it’s become one of the most recognisable and iconic watch designs in the world, and most collectors will have at least one in…

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1971 Intermeccanica Italia Spyder

Carrozzeria Automobile Intermeccanica, typically just referred to as Intermeccanica, was founded in Turin, Italy in 1959. Despite its thoroughly Italian sounding name, Intermeccanica was actually the brain child of Frank and Paula Reisner – a Canadian couple with a deep love of sports cars. Frank was a former racing driver who had been involved with…

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Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses

Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses were originally developed to military spec standards (Mil-S-25948) for use by fighter pilots and astronauts. They been standard issue to all military pilots since 1982, and they have the bayonet temples that are required to put the sunglasses on (and take them off) when you’re wearing a helmet. Technicians at Randolph…

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Quilted Duke Kevlar Motorcycle Jacket

The new Quilted Duke Jacket by Crave is a welcome addition to their expanding product catalogue – a catalogue largely comprised of motorcycle gear that doesn’t look like motorcycle gear. Crave originally made the first Kevlar-lined flannel shirt/jacket hybrid, and it’s become so popular that a number of large moto companies have jumped on the bandwagon…

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The Bond Boot

If you’ve seen Spectre, the newest film in the James Bond franchise, you may recognise the boot pictured above. It was worn by 007 during the film as his snow boot of choice and it’s brought the boot’s maker a groundswell of well-deserved attention. The boot is otherwise known as the Danner Mountain Light II,…

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Stylmartin Rocket Boots

The new Stylmartin Rocket Boots have been developed to look just like the boots worn by the Ton Up Boys outside the Ace Cafe in 1959, whilst also containing many of the modern safety features that have become commonplace in the decades since the cafe racer first roared onto the scene. The boots feature a…

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OMP Le Mans Race Suit

The OMP Le Mans Race Suit was developed to look very similar to the suits worn by the big names in Formula One and Le Mans in the 1960s, whilst incorporating all the safety advancements that have been made in the intervening decades. OMP have built the Le Mans as a 3 layer suit with…

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The Official Han Solo Jacket

This official Han Solo Jacket by Matchless is part of their new Star Wars Capsule Collection – far from being a cheap copy to appease 14 year olds, this jacket has been handmade to heirloom quality by Matchless in England. The jacket is made from a soft cowhide that’s been aged to give it the correct…

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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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Tobacco Motorwear Kevlar Jeans

Tobacco Motorwear released their first line of men’s Kevlar® motorcycle jeans last year, and since then the company has been doing a roaring trade thanks to their attention to detail and their attention to safety. What they’ve released is that they wanted to produce the same quality of protective motorcycle jeans for women – a…

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North Coast Shirt Jacket

The North Coast Shirt Jacket was created by Edgevale to be a perfect cross-over between a long sleeved shirt, and a light jacket. It’s water and wind resistant thanks to its 3-layer construction, with a wooly outer shell, a soft fleece inner lining and a breathable (wind and water resistant) Dintex™ Second Skin polyurethane membrane…

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