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Killspencer iPad Case

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Made in L.A. $150.00

Need something to hold that fresh new iPad you got for Christmas? Killspencer's iPad case is made from water repellant black filter twill, originally designed and manufactured in 1837 as a military-spec fabric. Also features padded neoprene lining and an water-resistant "aquazip" zipper. Perfect for creative, Mac-nerd types, the case fits an iPad, iPhone, large Moleskine, and a handful of......read more

"Totem" by Caleb Wood

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Trippy, Sweet Sun Salutation by animator Caleb Wood

This mesmerizing short from cherished animator Caleb Wood will take you away from your daily grind.  Give yourself 2 minutes and allow for a little desk meditation.  Watch, listen, and breathe.  Namaste....read more

Temple Bags Holiday Collection

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We're loving the Holiday 2009 collection from Temple Bags, made from repurposed WWII fabrics. Are you listening, Santa?

Temple Bags hits all the right notes. The luggage, tote and accessories collection is handcrafted in Los Angeles from repurposed WWII military tents, bags and canvases found sifting through warehouses in the city. The "extremely limited edition" Holiday 2009 collection, launched earlier in December....read more

Environment by Heather Heron Surf Bag

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Reclaimed military fabric board bag. $125.00

The Environment by Heather Heron collection features a nice selection of handcrafted products made from reclaimed and recycled fabrics. One of the coolest is this repurposed military tent surf bag. Also available in surplus Japanese denim, the board bag features salt and sun-resistant hemp rope and recycled, organic leather ties....read more

Killspencer Weekender

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Rugged yet refined travel bag made in the USA from repurposed military fabric. $375.00

If you're into products that ride the line between rugged/refined and vintage/modern, then Killspencer is the bag brand for you. The Los Angeles company's Olive Drab Weekender bag, from their 2011 collection, really hits the nail on the head. Constructed from repurposed military truck tarp used in Desert Storm, this piece is ultra durable, super functional, and sustainable to boot. Made in USA....read more

Noon Solar Elston Bag

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Sustainable leather shoulder bag with solar powered battery pack to charge your gadgets. $447.00

With their collection of naturally dyed leather and organic hemp canvas bags, Chicago's Noon Style hits all the right notes for us. But the Elston bag really takes it over the top, with a paper thin, flexible solar panel that provides power to a battery pack within, ready to charge your cell phone or iPod, day or night. If this is the future, sign us up....read more

Ashley Watson Recycled Leather Bags

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This bag used to be a leather jacket.

Vancouver, Canada based designer Ashley Watson and her staff handcraft her one-of-a-kind leather products using exclusively recycled material. She began designing handbags with recycled leather in early 2005, inspired by the original features of soft and gently worn jackets purchased from charity thrift stores. She ultimately incorporates these features, such as pockets and seams, into each......read more

Matt and Nat Kenner Bag

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Made from 47 recycled bottles. $179.00

We know its hard to believe that Matt and Nat recycled 47 bottles in the making of this beautiful dark grey handbag. Made from 100% recycled materials with 100% recycled light grey faux suede lining. This is only one of many great finds at this eco/vegan fashion house.   17.75" L X 12.5" H X 6.75" W...read more

11 Felt Case

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The 11+ Felt Case is simple, practical and inspiring. $45.00

From our friends at 11+, this is a beautiful piece that will make you feel good every time you take it out.  In their own words: We habitually surround ourselves with functional and practical things that satisfy our need for convenience. Although necessity should be the primary motivation to purchase a product, we believe that a product can also inspire your emotions and bring happiness to......read more

California Bummer

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Statewide plastic bag ban voted down by California lawmakers.

Well, that sucks. The Democratic bill seeking to ban plastic shopping bags across California — a measure we at SHFT adamantly supported — failed in the state Senate late Tuesday night. It would have been the country's first statewide ban, although a few California cities already prohibit their use. With the bill's downfall, the state misses an opportunity to be at the vanguard of a......read more

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