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Deals of Note: November 16, 2017


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The Hill Side Camo Print Reverse Denim Wallet
Save $90: Japanese denim, Italian cowhide leather, New York City craftsmanship. How is this beautiful little thing only $60? It makes no sense. It even comes in four other colors — black twill, tan twill, “lizard” camo and beach stripe — but the camo denim is our favorite. Make it yours. — Michael Finn

 


Master-Piece Potential Backpack
Save 30%: Made in Osaka, Japan, this bag riffs on the style of vintage American climbing bags. Made from a three-layer Cordura called MasterTex and waterproof tanned leather, the Potential bag has a lined interior with a laptop sleeve, a vertical zip pocket and two side pockets. This top-access bag is the perfect size for everyday carry or short day-trips. Plus, the attention to detail is second-to-none. — John Zientek


Santa Fe Stoneworks Pocketknives
Save 25%: A folding pocketknife is a tool but it’s also your daily companion, like a watch or a wallet. It should be made well but it should also look good, and Santa Fe Stoneworks places a high bar for both. Its folders are designed with patterned Damascus steel blades and handles accented with wood and stone inlays. They’re attractive enough, and sharp enough, for any pocket. — Tanner Bowden


Cole Haan Men’s Shoes
Save $120: A pair of classy, casual dress shoes should be in every guy’s wardrobe. The trouble is finding the right pair for the right price. Well, today you can get half off a pair of leather or suede wing tips from the reputable and always reliable Cole Haan. — Bryan Campbell


Seiko SMY157
Save $239: While most watchmakers go the route of solar charging to eliminate battery changes on quartz movements, Seiko devised a system that uses the kinetic energy of your arm’s movements to juice the battery up. The watch’s case and bracelet are made from stainless steel and features a black finish, and is water resistant to 100 meters. — Andrew Connor

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