Est. 1960

TRAVELLER'S TRAIL / AUTUMN/WINTER 2016 / ISSUE FIVE / NOTES MAGAZINE

Pickwick

Backpack

A versatile canvas roll-top backpack whose design complements the ease that epitomises an urban journey by bicycle. Made from water-resistant cotton and genuine Brooks leather trim, the Pickwick has been designed by André Klauser in London. The backpack features a roll-top system closed towards your back, maintaining a sleek appearance while keeping your belongings safe.

 

Brooks

£395.00

www.brooksengland.com

Women’s British

Cycling Trenchcoat

Classically styled & Made in Britain from British Millerain bonded showerproof fabric. Reflective tail split, natural corozo buttons are all part of the subtle but gorgeous attention to detail.

 

 

Vulpine

£395.00

www.vulpine.cc

Chukka Boot

‘92 by Eddy

The heritage of a classic shoe coupled with the audacity of a sneaker. The ‘92 embodies perfected casualness.

Bespoke handmade with blue and grey calf leather, finished with blue laces and stitching.

 

Undandy

£140.00

www.undandy.com

Urban 8.0

The epitome of urban style, the bike’s minimalist design is reflected in its focussed performance and a nimble ride.

If you are after a stylish way to get around town then this is the bike for you. Belt driven so no more oily chain and slipping gears.

 

Canyon

£1,599.00

www.canyon.com

Laserlight

Combining a powerful LED light with a bright laser projection, the laserlight maximises your safety on the road.

The laser projects a bike symbol 6 metres in front of you, giving you a larger footprint on the road.

 

BLAZE

£125.00

www.blaze.cc

GT1 Polished Hardwood Handle Gents Umbrella

The GT1 is available with a choice of four different polished hardwood handles in various colour finishes.

The cover/canopy is available in a range of colours with a matching outside case. You can also choose to have the Tip Cup engraved at an additional cost.

 

Fox Umbrellas

£140.00

www.foxumbrellas.com

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