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Aer Gym Duffel

Aer, the San Francisco sportswear brand, creators of the popular Duffel Pack, have introduced a new good looking bag, the Aer Gym Duffel, a spacious, ventilated storage for all your gym gear. The sleek functional bag features a ventilated mesh compartment for spacious storage, a ventilated shoe compartment, a external front compartment, a quick-access, waterproof zip pocket for small valuables, a separate compartment for clean clothes, and multiple internal pockets for small accessories.



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ALIFE PUBLIC NAVAL

ALIFE released more playful new shoes. The two Alife Pyblic Naval Leather Pack in low top style have both features between Vans Era and Slip-On models, come with the pimsoll Black/White  leather upper, wonderful mock eyelets and a elasticized tongue. Atop a white sole that has red Rubber at the back with Alife logo....
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RUBY PAVILLON HELMETS

We are big fans of Ruby Helmets, we have featured them a couple of times here before. The Pavillon collection is retro inspired but with a modern design, it is both classic and sensual, its a jet helmet made of carbon fiber, a technology inherited from aerospace to guarantee maximum strength combined with a featherweight quality. It features the backbone of Knight-inspired helmets, a chrome strip that borders the edge of the helmet, and its interior of burgundy napp...
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NORDIC GRIP MINI

There are many options for traction cleats, but none as convenient-to-carry and minimal as the clever Nordic Grip Mini. The affordable and stylish traction cleats come in a small carrying case that easily fits into your bag, and when the walkway gets icy, simply slip them over your sneakers, boots or even formal shoes and stroll along stable and safe. Available in the US at Amazon, and in Europe at Unikia...
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