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Capsule Men‘s New York City. What would I wear? What do I like?

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above, two images, Indigo Fera – a casual line of denim that has a real open-road vibe. Welcome to California via Northern Europe.

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Tito Sandal by Yuketen. New and classic is hard to pull off, but easily done with these impeccably made shoes.

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Backpacks at Yuketen – Amazing originality overlapping with functionality

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Every Stitch has a Soul. Monitaly. Impressive quality with even more impressive design.

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I was there with Jessica, representing Juniper Ridge. Find us on the social networks with the hashtags #nofakefragrance #mountainsinabottle and #lifeonthetrail

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Woolrich, the original outdoor clothing company. This might have been the most talked about piece in the show. Hello old New Mexico, I love you.

IMG_1027Eat Dust‘s vibe is cool and effortless, they float above the world, giving two shits, exactly where they should be.

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Patagonia‘s Legacy line makes me drool on myself. There is something about that logo that makes me want to climb a mountain.

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This is a real pack, ladies and gentlemen. Made by good people that know what the hell they are doing.  I want my life outfitted by Frost River.

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I’ve gone camping with Paul Kaufman and his shoes, made out of recycled crap are to absolutely die for. They rock the world, fuck it.

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Coast-Wide by POP studio is blowing my mind and making me reconsider some fundamental truth I hold about art and my whole damn life. Well played.

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These guys work. Man, nothing vibes like Lightning Bolt. The brand hovers in the ether, waiting to strike like some kind of cosmic serpent.

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Please give me everything these guys are about – Iron and Resin – California bike culture refound and presented to the 21st century like the baby Zeus, ready to go!

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I have three pairs of shoes. They are all Danners. That is all.

Other great brands I didn’t get good pictures of…there are lots, here are a few: Ursa Major, Freeman, Poler, 18 waits