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Oceanaut Sentinel Watch

Oceanaut Sentinel Watch
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This modern and minimal wristwatch evokes luxury at a reasonable price. It features a stainless steel case, mineral crystal front, a premium leather strap, and offers 3 ATM water resistance. Save 77% off the list price in The Awesomer Shop.

Trakline Adjustable Belt

Trakline Adjustable Belt
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If you find yourself fumbling around with your belt, you’ll loveĀ this belt from Kore Essentials, particularly around the holidays. Its design has no holes so you can easily slide the buckle to get just the right fit for you. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.


A Brief History of the Hoodie

A Brief History of the Hoodie

TED and design curator Paola Antonelli share a brief look into the history of the hoodie. In its earliest forms, hooded cloaks or capes were worn by everyone from monks to executioners. But the modern day hoodie has had quite the cultural journey as well.

Deal: Trakline Express Belts

Deal: Trakline Express Belts
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Trakline Express belts uses a hidden track with more than 40 sizing points so you can precisely adjust your belt to fit in 1/4″ increments. The underside of the buckle doubles as a bottle opener too. Fits waists 24″ to 44″. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.


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