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Tanner Goods Sunglass Case

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As much as it might resemble an overcooked version of its Pillsbury crescent roll cousin (once removed), this leather Tanner Goods Case is not for eating. The filling in question, nice sunglasses, is provided by you. Tanner Goods brings 5.5oz Horween Rich Chromexcel leather in one of five colors (black, Chicago tan, dark oak, rich moc, or natural), a brass button stud, burnishing, dying, waxing, stamping and craftsmanship to the table. They took their inspiration from a late 60’s-era US Army standard-issue case because of its simplicity and functionality. The two wings slide into the slots to prevent your glasses from falling out, and then the large middle piece wraps all the way around the back of the case where it locks with a button stud. No snaps touching the lenses. No significant force to close it. No sunglasses spilling on the pavement. Hell, this is a reason to buy nicer sunglasses.

The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather
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For those who find attention-grabbing brogues and ornate details a bit too flashy but who still want a pair of attractive, well-made dress shoes, The Martin Wholecut is the answer. Handmade in Italy out of a single piece of Italian calfskin leather, the rich, supple dress shoes feel exceedingly comfortable and look sleek without being over the top. Each is outfitted with a leather lining, a matching leather sole, and is even painted by hand. Plus, thanks to the Blake construction, The Martin Wholecut Oxfords feel light and flexible.

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