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Remote Controlled Heated Insoles

Cold feet are not fun, and with cold weather around the corner these remote controlled heated insoles are just what we need. The Thermacell foot warmers toasty heat keep your feet comfortably warm, and are controlled by a wireless remote control! The heated insoles use high tech wireless thermal technology, this means no batteries, wires, straps or cords. You can adjust the temperature via remote to three temperature settings, no heat, medium(100 degrees) or high(111 degrees).



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AER TRAVEL PACK

Aer, a San Francisco sportswear brand, creators of the popular Aer Gym Duffel, have introduced a new good looking bag, the Aer Travel Pack, just in time for the summer travel season. Designed for the smart traveler, the sleek pack is perfect for weekend or short business trips, letting you breeze through security checkpoints, skip the baggage carousel and quickly access all your travel essentials. The sleek functional bag features a main compartment with a clamshell...
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ZIIIRO MERCURY

We take a look at the latest addition to the Ziiiro family, the Ziiiro Mercury. As all Ziiro watches the Mercury is also minimalist in design and features an unconventional dial composed of overlapping discs, one for indicating hours, one for indicating minutes. Check out some more details and photos after the jump. Photography: blessthisstuff...
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ADIDAS ZX 500 | CONSORTIUM RANGE

The ZX family had its first debut back in the early 80īs. Adidas have rebuilt the ZX 500, one of the most fondly remembered of the family. The shoe returns to its original specs and vintage shape as part of the Consortium range of limited edition models. This summer-ready colorway should be on its way back to retail shelves soon. source...
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