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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
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Grahame Fowler Watch Rolls

When Hodinkee sat down with Grahame Fowler, we got the distinct impression that the man knows a thing or two about good watches. (You can watch the video here if you missed it) Once you have more than one in your collection, you're going to want a way to protect and transport them, and that's where his Watch Rolls ... continue reading
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Chrome Citizen Made From Salvaged Airbags

Airbags come into this world with a singular mission: Keep you alive. Once that mission is complete, they usually vanish into the sunset/dumpster. It's actually quite beautiful. Still, a better, albeit, less poetic option, is to take those salvaged airbags and put them back to use. That's what Chrome has done with ... continue reading
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Corter Snap Key Case

We love carabiners, s-hooks, infinity clips, shackles and lanyards as much as the next guy, but they still lead to jingle. We hate the sound of key jingle. Corter Leather's new Snap Key Case aims to make that a thing of the past by Swiss Army knifing your keys into a single piece of Horween horse butt, or natural vegetable ... continue reading
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LL Bean Camo West Branch Duffle

This might as well be the bag equivalent of peanut butter and jelly. LL Bean stuff lasts forever. Camo is all the rage. Put the two of them together, throw on some handles and surprise, surprise, it's a bag we're genuinely ok paying for. All kidding aside, both of those statements are actually true. LL Bean products ... continue reading
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BLCKCHRM Bags

For all they lack in vowels, BLCKCHRM sure makes up for it in style. Designed for the creative type who carve their own path, the collection of bags are guaranteed for life and sport a sleek black motif. Each is made by hand in America using Hypalon (originally designed for U.S. Coast Guard rescue rafts) which will ... continue reading
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Outlier Minimal Backpack

How many times have you found yourself in need of a bag when you're on a trip? We can't be the only ones that have gotten in line at the local big box after a trip for essentials and realized that we don't have any alternatives other than their stupid plastic bags. Don't get us wrong, those things are necessary for ... continue reading
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Modern Industry Faraday Totepack

Modern Industry took us by surprise with their take on the design of an industrially stylish bag and wallet. Their newest release, the Faraday Totepack, is built of some of the same materials (Martexin 10.10oz waxed army duck, Horween leather, durable hardware) and has the same focus on ethically sourced materials ... continue reading
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The Goods Cord Organizers

The Goods, a newly launched brand out of LA, just launched a Kickstarter to produce two leather cord organizers. The Crew is a small cord organizer with two snaps that's designed to keep your headphones untangled, or functional if you're anything like us, when you're out and about. But The Loop is what really caught ... continue reading
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Chrome Reflective Camo Bags

Chrome bags have been around for quite some time (hell, we still remember seeing them on "24" when it was on the air) and they continue to churn out awesome new additions to their lineup. The latest is their Reflective Camo collection. Each of the three different bags is available in one of three camouflage patterns ... continue reading
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Zero Halliburton Geo Aluminum Collection

If you have a sizable portion of your paycheck burning a hole in your pocket, and you're in the market for some grail-level, hard-sided luggage, you have an option other than Rimowa. Zero Halliburton has a new collection of aluminum luggage, and they're some of the most drool-worthy cases we've seen in a long time. ... continue reading
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Blue Claw Co. Barajas Backpack

We can't imagine a time when we'd want to walk a battlefield with a $250 Blue Claw Co. backpack like their site says, but the Barajas certainly seems like it's up to the challenge. The olive, brown, blue or gray Barajas is made from 19oz waxed canvas and trimmed with supple brown leather and all brass hardware. It's ... continue reading
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MAKR Daypack

There aren't too many things MAKR can't make. Wallets? Check. Leatherman cases? Yup. Skateboards? Sure, why not. Backpacks? Not a problem. iPad Cases? Done. The latest addition to their long line of stylish, portable protection devices is the Daypack, and it's every bit as gorgeous as everything else they make. Made ... continue reading
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