Isaora’s IR Jacket, a beautifully crafted bar cart, the ultimate travel blazer and more.
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Isaora IR Voyager Jacket
The pinnacle of cutting edge manufacturing, the IR Voyager features fully welded construction eliminating the need for sewing. No needle holes mean a 100% secure bond, and unlike conventionally constructed down jackets, zero down migration and a totally water-resistant barrier against the elements.
Ball and Buck 6 Point Denim Pant
Ball and Buck has decided to release its highly acclaimed 6 Point Pant — previously available in cotton twill — in two denim options: selvedge and distilled indigo.
Parker Dusseau Utility Travel Blazer
Made from heavyweight Swiss Schoeller fabric, Parker Dusseau’s Travel Blazer keeps you comfortable and stylish whether you are cycling to work or jetting across the country.
Hiplok Gold All Black
Hiplok’s newest bike lock features a 12mm hardened steel shackle and a 10mm hardened steel chain.
TRNK Handcrafted Walnut and Brass Bar Cart
Great liquor is only one part of the ultimate bar cart; the cart itself must match. TRNK’s fine example is handcrafted and built to last.
Grown Alchemist Hydra Shave Kit
Give the gift of a high-quality, moisturizing shave this holiday season.
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