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Hong Kong
@JULIETTE_PERKINS1
Los Angeles, California
@CRAIGHOWES
Matroosberg Reserve, South Africa
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Quick recap on these ridiculously comfortable house boots... Each pair is handcrafted in Europe from a mix of Merino and Gotland wool, a combo that naturally pulls moisture and excess heat away from your feet, so they stay pleasantly warm and dry no matter where you wear ‘em. And this season they’re really pushin’ the boundaries of where slippers can go with new flexible rubber camp soles. So whether you’re headed out to the campfire or staying in by the hearth, do like the Fins do when you kick your boots off. Available in a few colors below.

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Formulated to reduce inflammation in the muscles and provide pain relief in the tissue, MAISON is an intoxicating body balm blend of calming CBD and therapeutic terpenes that visibly hydrate and heal damaged skin. They combine their CBD dense hemp oil with sage for balance, sandalwood for beauty and peppermint to cool. Then they mix with a lavish Coconut base and naturally occurring Vitamin E to relive and revive the skin and body. Simply apply to inflection points and sore muscles for pain management and to visibly reduce inflammation.

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In the 1970s, American travel writer Paul Theroux set himself no small task: to travel from England to Asia, entirely by rail. He catalogued his experience into the book “The Great Railway Bazaar,” which became one of the most romantic pieces of writing about train travel ever recorded. “If a train is large and comfortable you don’t even need a destination,” Theroux wrote. “A corner seat is enough, and you can be one of those travellers who stay in motion, straddling the tracks, and never arrive or feel they ought to.”

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