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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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NIKE AIR MOC X MAHARAM | Image

NIKE AIR MOC X MAHARAM

The popular Nike Air Moc receives a make over courtesy of Textile House Maharam. Composed of one piece of the upper to the whole, only in the collar to adjust the tightness with stretching, and carrying more by the Air Unit air cushion comfort while the lightweight and stylish design makes us love these shoes. Releasing in August 2010 at Nike Sportswear retailers....
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TRETORN ABISKO BOOT | Image

TRETORN ABISKO BOOT

The rugged Abisko boots by Tretorn will make you want to hit the woods this winter. The Abisko Boots feature rubber and waterproof leather uppers that battle the elements whilst maintaining comfort and keeping you dry. Details such as an elastic panel at the top for easy on and off, and the built-in felt sock liners ensure extra comfort. Available in several colors. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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BREITLING AVENGER SEAWOLF CHRONO BLACKSTEEL | SPECIAL EDITION | Image

BREITLING AVENGER SEAWOLF CHRONO BLACKSTEEL | SPECIAL EDITION

A stunning special new edition of the Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel has been unveiled by Breitling. It is available in two versions the  Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel, the Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel Code Yellow and Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel Code Orange. Itīs the only chronograph that is watertight and fully operational at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 ft). ...
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