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This week, Jon Caramanica compared and contrasted two leather good purveyors fresh to the New York scene: Will Leather Goods in Nolita and Filson on Great Jones Street. "Two simpatico immersive experiences in these stores, both of which opened in recent weeks," he writes. "Filson is for the outdoors-obsessed...while Will is designed for amateur enthusiasts," concluding that "Filson is a doer, Will is a dreamer." [NYT]