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The Honda CT110, or “Postie” because of its popularity among postal workers in Australia and New Zealand, has long been praised for its durability and ease of use. Now, thanks to bike builders Joe Fischer and Ryan Mischkulnig, it can be praised for its style, too. Their custom Deus Electric took home top honors in Deus Ex Machina’s “2015 Deus Bike Build Off” in Sydney recently. Starting with a Honda C90 Cub, the duo tore the bike down and built it back up with an electric motor and battery from an MX bike known as an H-52 Hurricane. Copper tubing highlights the reimagined mini electric cafe racer, and the fresh paint job looks extra slick paired with the all black wheels. Hell, we’d deliver mail every day if we could ride one.

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Finding a belt that fits exactly right when your weight fluctuates is impossible–unless you’re wearing a Mission Belt. Mission Belts use a unique ratchet buckle that adjusts every 1/4″, which means a comfortable, easy-to-adjust fit every time. Their full-grain Italian leather collection includes seven options, so there’s a good-looking, high-quality Mission Belt for every occasion. As if that wasn’t enough, $1 from every belt sold goes to their “Mission” of fighting poverty with micro loans through a partnership with Kiva. To date, they’ve loaned over $4.1 million in over 75 countries. Fits perfectly. Fights poverty.