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The Duffaluffagus Bag | By Poler

The name is complicated, but the bag was made to uncomplicate. For travelers, adventurous, or simply for those who carry the world on their back, the Duffaluffagus Bag from Poler (so named after the lovable Sesame Streets fur monster) is a classic, very functional duffle bag. You can carry it as a backpack(with the tuck-away backpack straps) or strap your skateboard to the bottom and pull it along behind you!

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MAURICE DE MAURIAC WATCHES | Image

MAURICE DE MAURIAC WATCHES

From his small shop in Zurich - Switzerland, founder and designer Daniel Dreifuss creates masterpiece after masterpiece. Dreifuss has designed luxury watches for years, he launched his own brand in 1997 and creates high quality watches at more affordable prices. Maurice de Mauriac watches feature aviation and vintage inspired pieces, they combine strong design and timeless elegance. check out their website for more stunning designs and prices. ...
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ELECTRIC MASHMAN SNOWBOARD HELMET | Image

ELECTRIC MASHMAN SNOWBOARD HELMET

Get the Evil Knievel look this season cruising down the slopes with the new retro-inspired snow helmet by Electric. Inspired by the classic motorcycle helmets of the sixties, the Mashman Helmet is lightweight, features a low profile ABS shell, a multi impact EPP liner, and works seamlessly with all goggles. The tough helmet is made with Poron XRD extreme impact protection, keeps you cool with front-to-rear ventilation, and features a magnetic chinstrap closure for e...
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SK8 SHADES | MADE FROM RECYCLED SKATEBOARDS | Image

SK8 SHADES | MADE FROM RECYCLED SKATEBOARDS

SK8 Shades are hand-made sunglasses made from recycled skateboards! They are manufactured by one of South Africa’s best skateboard ramp builders, Dave De Witt, he makes them from used skateboards and pimps them into very cool sunglasses. It takes Dave 3 to 5 days working an average 4 hours for a perfect finish. The result are some awesome sunglasses that in their previous life have rolled down half pipes and pools, ridden inner cities and bombed down daunting hills....
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