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Taktonik, a messenger bag with lots of different


I’m a backpack guy. Always have been, ever since my school days. Backpacks are super handy for carrying stuff, with no hands involved and giving an equal distribution of weight on the shoulders. It’s the perfect solution really to all your lugging stuff around needs. Yet here I am with a messenger bag, on the one hand wondering how this…

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Finally, a magazine for gentleman’s culture – The Heritage Post


I distinctly recall an ongoing conversation I had with my erstwhile sidekick Scratch a few years ago regarding the availability of magazines for guys interested in stuff such as “wot we’re into, like”. Guy stuff, but not the typical stuff that most men are into, if you get my drift. Heck, if you’re reading this right now, you’ve found your way…

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Unique and sustainable Feuerwear backpackages


Firehoses, eh? Not something you really sit down and consider that often, right? I’d never considered that expired firehoses might be an environmental problem, or even that they are a quite superb basis for upcycling. Apparently tonne upon metric tonne of hoses are discarded every year as they can no longer pass the safety demands. Given how well made these hoses are though, it…

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Waistcoat Wednesday! Pike Bros show their stripes


Well, hello there! And welcome back to another instalment of Waistcoat Wednesday, your weekly guide to what is going down in the world of armless garments. This week sees the return of Pike Brothers of Germany, presenting another addition to their series of vintage style 1937 Roamer Vests. The Roamer Vest is a staple piece in their selection and now…

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