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Clerc’s Limited Edition Hydroscaph H140 Watch: A woven carbon fiber chronograph fit for deep-water diving

Clerc's Limited Edition Hydroscaph H140 Watch

For a 140-year-old brand in the ever-crowding market of haute horlogerie, material innovation that directly impacts functionality stands as the key to continued success. That’s exactly what luxury Swiss watchmaker Clerc accomplishes with their recent……

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Carbon Steel Utility Knives from Civilware: Single file blades from skateboard legend Geoff Rowley’s outdoor-focused brand

Carbon Steel Utility Knives from Civilware


Wandering through the wilderness, far from civilization, has both inherent benefits and risks. The more remote you get, the more you’ll want gear that’s sure to perform no matter what you come up against. Inspired by his…

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How to make your design event 100% carbon neutral

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When Kyoorius Designyatra kicks off next week, on Thursday 11 September, it’ll be India’s first-ever 100 per cent carbon-neutral event. That’s no mean feat, particularly when you consider that Designyatra is the country’s largest design and communication conference, and one of the biggest creative events in the global design calendar.




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Horse Cycles’ Camping Knife: Brooklyn’s talented bike-builder introduces a carbon steel knife to aid in outdoor adventures

Horse Cycles' Camping Knife


Earlier this year, we met Thomas Callahan of Horse Cycles. While visiting his workshop, we learned the man is truly capable with a bit of steel, and his skills…

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Genesis Bikes’ Carbon Zero : The UK-based manufacturer known for sturdy steel frames introduces its first carbon fiber line

Genesis Bikes' Carbon Zero


If there’s one thing UK-based Genesis Bikes knows, it’s humility. The brand makes no mistakes about its place in the bike industry. They describe themselves as not the biggest, not the oldest, not the most technically…

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Test Ride: 2014 Salsa Beargrease Carbon Fatbike : Nimble and certainly all-terrain, the lightweight ride featuring SRAM’s XX1 drivetrain

Test Ride: 2014 Salsa Beargrease Carbon Fatbike


What was once thought to be a novelty by some in the bike community, innovations in both technology and design (not to mention trail infrastructure) suggest that the fat bike is here to stay. Built off the basics of mountain bike frame…

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Custom Bikes by Bamford Cycle Department : Building a better ride with unique geometry and bespoke carbon fiber tubing

Custom Bikes by Bamford Cycle Department


George Bamford knows what he likes and how he likes it, and has over the years customized all types of vehicles and products for his personal use. The knowledge gained through those many product experiences is what led him to create his eponymous…

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Raleigh Workshop’s Certified Organic Cotton Project: Jeans with the smallest carbon footprint on earth made with North Carolina’s first crop of certified organic cotton

Raleigh Workshop's Certified Organic Cotton Project


By now one would think all great ideas have already been considered and executed in the world of denim. With this in mind, sometimes the best way to take a step forward in a saturated market is to revisit the most basic question…

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Test Drive: 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante: British elegance, raw power and modern styling in the brand’s first full carbon convertible

Test Drive: 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante


“There is no bumper, there’s only form” Marek Reichman, Aston Martin’s design director, explains when briefing us on the 2014 Vanquish Volante in advance of our spirited drive through…

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How the Tech Sector is Reducing its Rapidly Growing Carbon Footprint

As far as we’ve come in the creation of energy-efficient gadgets and expanding our understanding of the impact human activity has on the global climate, we still have a long way to go. The…

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