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Baseball served as the inspiration for Coach's original glovetanned leather. It also serves as the inspiration for the Coach Rip and Repair Campus Backpack. This updated version of the popular design sports detailed stitching and a basket-weave pattern, both of which recall a well-used glove. There's a top handle, adjustable shoulder straps, and a zip pocket on the outside, while the interior has multiple pockets and a fabric lining. Available in dark saddle or black.
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There's something extra cool about furniture born of reused parts from airplanes, and the MotoArt 747 Cowling Bar ($TBA) is a prime example. Made from an authentic cowling that once covered the Pratt & Whitney jet engine of a Boeing 747, this unique bar features a half-inch tempered glass counter, mirror-polished aluminum braces, a hardwood bar counter, bottom shelves for storage, and more. It's a perfect match for Ejection Chair barstools, and while pricing varies, expect it to be more than a R/C 747, but less than the real thing. [Thanks, Clay]
drunks houseguests amused with the Tavern Puzzle Collection ($100). This set of four classic games — the basic Bottoms Up, intermediate Clef Hanger, difficult U-Turn, and "complex" Long Island Catch — is made from 6mm steel, including some wooden beads, with the goal of each to remove the metal ring from inside the puzzle. Includes a 4-hook perch for displaying the games, and a solution sheet for the truly wasted/lazy.