carlosdang
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Professional kit

Leather case, leather shoes and a sturdy umbrella for any weather. This should be enough. Check out this Leather Briefcase online retailer shop for some great affordable options: http://shop.leatherbriefcaseshop.co.uk/category60586.html
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@carlosdang Makes a lot of sense, I have all these things I've been throwing on a list of gift ideas for all the men in my life. Thanks, friend!
@YinofYang haha thanks, I really want others to dress and use these items since they're made in such good quality it's a great long-term investment.
@KunKim you should check out other stuff from The Gentleman's Kit collection :D
You even provided a link. You're so good. ;-)
i love this kit
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