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Bonobo Series | By Bluelounge

Bluelounge have just launched their own line of bags called the Bonobo Series. The collection features a backpack, tote, sleeve bag and a messenger bag, they are made out of 100% Recycled PET bottles, the soft matt finish fabric has a natural cotton feeling and is friendly to gadgets and the environment. Timeless pieces to transport your gear around town in style!



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HOLIDAY 2011 NIKE LIVESTRONG COLLECTION | Image

HOLIDAY 2011 NIKE LIVESTRONG COLLECTION

Nike’s new global collection of Holiday 2011 LIVESTRONG footwear, apparel and accessories will launch beginning October 1, 2011. The collection features hoodies, jackets, pants, tees and shorts. Also part of the collection our some cool footwear models featured here. The line will be available at nikestore.com and retailers worldwide...
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MiiR Commuter Backpack

MiiR first hit the scene with their fancy stainless steel bottles, but the company has since shifted into other products, such as bikes, and more recently bags. Their 25L Commuter Backpack is an easy access, rolltop bag with compartments for both your work and weekend gear. Built from wear-resistant 630D nylon with DWR (durable water repellent) finish, the clean, functional looking backpack features a quick access top zipper, bike light loop and a 15” padded laptop ...
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LTHR Supply T1 Watch

LTHR Supply are a Boston design studio looking to bring high-quality watchmaking back to their home city, they have a passion for minimalist, unconventional design, clean lines, unexpected details and timeless charisma. Their T1 Watch is a classic analog timepiece with an unconventional and innovative numerical readout like you’d see on a digital watch. It has three, rotating dials that display the hour, minute and seconds. Rather than multiple hands...
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