Retrakt

Retrakt Pen

Retrakt was designed by Karas Kustoms to be the last pen you’ll ever buy, it’s made from 100% pure copper in Arizona and they take the easy-to-obtain Pilot G2 ink refills. Each Retrakt has a metal click-in/click-out system, a stainless steel clip and measures in at 5.625” inches long with a weight of 2.5 ounces….

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Ferrari 212 Export

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The Ferrari 212 Export was the successor to the hugely successful Ferrari 166, it went on to become an outright winner in many of the era’s great races and helped cement the legend of the still-new automaker. Ferrari offered the 212 in two major variants, the 212 Export which was specifically for racing, and the…

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Stamford Duffel by Weldon

Weldon Bags

Weldon is a small British company that produces classic bags made exclusively from from waxed canvas and high-grade leather. Each bag is individually made by hand and guaranteed for life, Weldon only uses 18 ounce waxed cotton canvas from Halley Stevensons in Dundee, Scotland – a company that have been producing the material since 1864….

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REV’IT Royale Boots

REV'IT Royale Boots

The new Royale Boots by REV’IT are part of the company’s expanding line of motorcycle boots that have been built to look as much like regular street wear as possible – with just the leather gear shift pad giving away their true purpose. With thermoformed heel and toe cups, full grain cowhide and a water…

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Documentary: Scrambling For It

Scrambler Motorcycle

Scrambling For It is a late ’60s film about the popular and rapidly growing scramble races that were popping up around the country, the events lent their name to the style of motorcycle developed to compete in them and even today, Scramblers are amongst the most popular bikes on the road. The film is part…

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Triumph Scrambler by Anvil Motociclette

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The Triumph Scrambler was released in 2006, it’s since gone on to revive a genre of motorcycles that had been largely forgotten and become so popular that other motorcycle manufacturers are now clamouring to enter the space with retro dual sport bikes of their own. Although scramblers were originally dedicated off-road motorcycles designed for racing,…

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Mountaineering Sunglasses by Northern Lights Optic

Hiking Sunglasses

Mountaineering sunglasses were originally developed to protect early mountain climbers from the blinding glare kicked up by miles of ice and snow, they typically have leather or canvas enveloping the wearer’s eyes and moderate to dark tinted lenses. This pair by Northern Lights Optic is fitted with grey Aurora™ CR39 lenses and removable has leather…

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BMW 3.0 CSi

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In 1968 BMW unveiled their New Six CS series, it was to be the leading light of their Neue Klasse (new class) and its distinctive, almost Jetsons-esque, styling caused quite the sensation. The engineers at Bayerische Motoren Werke had gone all out on the underpinnings for the model range, it out-handled almost anything else in…

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Mini Tee by Cars for a Cure Apparel

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Cars for a Cure Apparel is a small company run by Mason Watson, a car designer who lost his mother to breast cancer in 2008 and founded the apparel label as a way to raise money for research. He donates 20% of gross revenue to breast cancer research and openly publishes the revenue information for…

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Mid-Engined 1963 Chevrolet Corvette

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The Chevrolet Corvette is a car that’s about 40 years overdue for a mid-engine layout. I’m sure the purists will wail and fling their faeces at me for saying that, but a Corvette with the engine in the back would be a Ferrari-killer with an almost blue collar friendly price tag. If that doesn’t spike…

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Sinn Dashboard Chronographs

Sinn Dashboard Timers

Sinn Spezialuhren is a watchmaker that most people have never heard of, it’s a German company that was founded by pilot Helmut Sinn in 1961 to make chronographs and instruments for pilots and aircraft. Although the Swiss might be more famous for their chronographs, the Germans have a long history of producing world class watches…

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