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Chrome Industries Kadet is a compact messenger-style sling bag constructed with military grade materials. It's built to carry your essentials in a small, comfortable, lightweight pack with a quick release aluminum seatbelt buckle.
Alpaka prouducts are hand-crafted and they are inspired by the multi-faceted lives of modern times. Minimal and made for urban life, but also durable and versatile enough for short outdoor adventures.
Topo Designs Mini Bike Bag provides a place to stash small tools, a tube, sunglasses or an extra snack. Versatile enough to attach to the front bars of most bikes, it's the smaller version of our popular Bike Bag.
Bellroy Hide and Seek
A slim all-rounder with classic good looks and clever hidden storage for extra bills, coins or business cards.
Pioneer Altitude Wallet
The modern all-rounder wallet with a clean vertical layout. Holds all currencies for seamless international adventure.
Our most iconic wallet and the perfect all-rounder. The Miniwallet is compact in size and surprisingly large in storage capacity.
Nalgene 32oz Wide Mouth BottleIDR 329.000
Mujjo Full Leather Case for iPhone 14IDR 899.000
Orbitkey Nest Desk Organiser BlackIDR 1.649.000
Mujjo Portfolio Laptop Sleeve 15 / 16 InchIDR 1.799.000
Jack Henry Cleanse+ 16.9oz Hair/Face/Body/HandsIDR 799.000
MARO 3D Volume UP Ex Shampoo Incl. Conditionerfrom IDR 149.800
Alpaka Pencil Case X-Pac Forest GreenIDR 479.000
Polished nickel-plated trim
Smooth plastic for smooth handling
Inspired by the vanishing sub-genre of agricultural memo books, ornate pocket ledgers, and the simple, unassuming beauty of a well-crafted grocery list, the Draplin Design Company of Portland and Coudal Partners, a Chicago creative firm, have created Field Notes Brand, a collection of smartly-designed, vintage-styled pocket notebooks, calendars, and various office accoutrements.
In 2006, Aaron Draplin, a designer and collector of American ephemera, decided to create an homage to the utilitarian pocket notebooks found in the first half of the 20th century at full-service gas stations, midwestern feed stores, and all points in between. (Lots more on the products that inspire us here.) He called the hundred or so books he’d printed, “Field Notes,” and sent them out to friends, including Jim Coudal. The day that first book arrived in Chicago, Jim called Aaron. In less than a week, a company was born.
From the very beginning, every Field Notes paper product has been manufactured in the U.S.A. From the paper, sourced from some of the finest mills in the Midwest, to even the inks used, the production of Field Notes has never required travel on a cargo ship or plane; just the roads crisscrossing the country.
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