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The Acquire Collection at DSPTCH SF

We’re bringing some of our favorite product deisgns that we’ve covered on Acquire with a special selection of goods at DSPTCH’s new store on 786 Valencia St. in San Francisco, CA. We’ve got everything from a BMW R nineT to a selection of watches from Autodromo, Seiko, and Weiss Watch Company. Take a look through a couple highlights below to see what we’re featuring and please come on through and say hello if you’re in the neighborhood.

Bowers and Wilkins T7

Photo: Bowers & Wilkins

British hi-fi experts Bowers & Wilkins take on the Jamboxes of the world with their new entry into the Bluetooth speaker market, the T7. The first thing you’ll notice about the T7 is the unique honeycomb design that surrounds the main speaker unit. That’s not just for looks, that “Micro Matrix” reduces vibration and distortion to give you the best sound possible.

Inside the speaker unit is a set of twin bass radiators to allow for well-rounded lows and two 50mm drive units pump out big sound from its small footprint. You also get a high quality DACs and custom DSPs for crystal clear audio at high volumes and the rechargeable lithium ion battery will keep your music going for up to 18 hours.

Feit Bio-Trainer Mid

Feit’s Bio Trainer 1 is one of our favorite and most impressive sneaker releases this year with a design that is cut from a single piece of leather. This time around they’re giving the Bio trainer a fall update with a mid-top that gives the sneaker a boot-like aesthetic.

Construction is just like the original, an incredibly impressive piece of craftsmanship that is 100% handmade from leather or suede by a single master craftsman. On the back of the shoe is a heel counter made with a high-grade leather that is usually used in luxury dress shoes and the lightweight, biodegradeable sole is made from a natural latex rubber sourced from the milk of a rubber tree.

Baxter x BCX

If you missed out on Baxter and Base Camp X’s original straight razor, the duo are back together again with a brand limited edition that is sure to quickly sell out and maybe even grab another award for them.

Their Cut-Throat Razor is derived from Base Camp’s BCX axe handles and this year the handle is made from hand-shaped Appalachian Hickory wood that’s sanded down to a smooth finish and then multiple coats are added to achieve a deep black stain that is also moisture-resistant. The blade is sourced from Hart Steel in the USA and uses a 6/8 Blue Steel blade that’s exclusive to Baxter of California. Each blade comes in its own water-resistant olive canvas pouch. The blades will be available tomorrow, June 27th, at their online store and the Baxter Finley barbershop in Los Angeles.


Now Open | DSPTCH SF

Photos: DSPTCH

Joining the bustling mix of retail and award-winning food, DSPTCH opens the doors to its new retail location on Valencia St. in San Francisco’s Mission District. The dedicated retail space will play host to not only their bags and accessories, but complementary products from brands such as Snow Peak, Reigning Champ, Multee Project, and Leatherman.

The brand’s aesthetic is evident in the space with its well balanced flow of minimalist and utilitarian elements. While the shop is currently open, the store will have an official grand opening party next Friday, December 12th at 6PM.

786 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Mon-Sat: 12pm-7pm
Sun: 12pm-5pm


DSPTCH Summer ’14 Cases


DSPTCH’s latest collection is all about traveling smarter. From a Cable Case to a clever Dopp Kit, you’ll definitely want to have one or all of these in your travel bag. They’re also releasing a “Pencil Case” set that’s perfect for holding all your pens and pencils and is able to stand on its own, an ideal accessory for your mobile workspace.

$ 28-$ 62, DSPTCH


DSPTCH Spring ’14 Bags


San Francisco’s DSPTCH expands its bag collection with three new styles aimed specifically at work and travel. The Spring ’14 launch includes a Weekender (above), Briefcase, and Daypack, all made from weather-ready 1680D black ballistic nylon which continues the the clean and utilitarian aesthetic that the brand has become known for.

$ 158-$ 200, DSPTCH


DSPTCH x Lum-Tec


With three years in the can and a brand that’s growing in popularity, DSPTCH commemorates its anniversary with a limited edition watch with Lum-Tec. Limited to 30 pieces, the 44mm watch features a Miyota Chronograph movement, Lum-Tec’s bright MDV (Maximum Darkness Visibility) indexes, individually numbered caseback with DSPTCH logo, and a set of four straps: a grey and black NATO with PVD hardware, anti-static rubber strap, and a black 316L stainless steel bracelet.

$ 495, DSPTCH


DSPTCH Black Camo Camera Slings


DSPTCH updates its camera sling collection just in time for the holidays with a great new Black Camo colorway. The webbing is dyed in a custom solution to achieve the unique color and comes in their Heavy Sling for DSLRs and a Standard Sling for mirrorless and compact cameras.

$ 44-$ 46, DSPTCH


Reigning Champ x DSPTCH


Reigning Champ looks to its love of photography for its latest collaboration with San Francisco’s DSPTCH. The line features a heavyweight fleece hoodie with a dedicated lens pocket, a printed tee with Vancouver-based photographer Colin Adair as well DSPTCH accessories that include a keychain, camera strap, and wrist strap.

Reigning Champ