Belts, Soya Medaillons etc

More stuff – We’re also introducing a new range of belts in olive, black and camo color and 5 new buckle designs. Of course the belt buckle is of superior quality to make sure you’re pants won’t fall down ­čśë

Soya Medaillons are now available in 800g packages to feed your family in friends or just to save you ordering again ­čśë

Nowtopia by Chris Carlsson
How Pirate Programmers, Outlaw Bicyclists and Vacant-Lot Gardeners are Inventing the Future Today! CARLSSON. Outlaw bicycling, urban permaculture, biofuels, free software, and even the Burning Man festival are windows into a scarcely visible social transformation that is redefining politics as we know it. As capitalism continues to corral every square inch of the globe into its logic of money and markets, new practices are emerging through which people are taking back their time and technological know-how.

Bicycle! – Sam Tracy
Written by a working Bicycle mechanic, Bicycle covers everything you need to know to care for your own two-wheeled ride. The book cuts through the obtuse techno-jargon and delivers maintenance clarity with a touch of humour and radicalism while categorically denying mechanics’ supposed dreariness. With detailed descriptions of all maintenance tasks and repair situations, clearly illustrated with photos and drawings, this guide serves every rider’s needs From the professional Bicycle worker to the casual rider, this is the perfect manual.

Anarchism vs. Primitivism – Brian Sheppard
This pamphlet looks closely at the fundamental conflicts between anarchism and primitivism. It traces primitivism’s basic precepts back to their authoritarian roots, reveals primitivist misconceptions about anarchism, capitalism and technology, shows how the corporate media have used primitivism to discredit anarchism, and also shows how ideology-driven primitivists, much like fundamentalist christians opposed to evolution, have picked through anthropological evidence to support their predetermined conclusions, while ignoring data that contradict those conclusions.