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Aether Skyline Motorcycle Jacket

The Skyline is Aetherīs new stylish motorcycle jacket. The heavy-duty jacket is made from a highly abrasion resistant Field Nylon shell, offering complete waterproof protection. It features articulated elbow, shoulder and back pads for advanced protection plus adjustable pit and back vents to keep you cool when needed. The jacket also has plenty of interior and exterior pockets to keep your gadgets safe.



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THE MAN TIE | BY GORUCK | Image

THE MAN TIE | BY GORUCK

Goruck is a recent company founded in 2008, they make military-grade gear tough enough for Special Forces and build for adventure-seekers worldwide. They started mostly with rugged bags but have since expanded their collection into accessories and apparel. Their latest addition is "The Man Tie", the first military-grade tie in history! The ties are made from the same hardcore materials as their bags, and are available in black, sand and the very cool muiticam. via...
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ROGUE HELMET | BY BELL | Image

ROGUE HELMET | BY BELL

The new Bell Rogue Helmet is one badass looking motorcycle helmet. It features a lightweight, ultra protective composite shell and a ultra-comfortable interior with integrated speaker pockets. But the main feature has to be the swat style muzzle that is adjustable and removable. The helmet is now available for purchase in several colors. via...
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SUUNTO KAILASH

Adventure watch makers Suunto have released their latest timepiece, the Suunto Kailash. Handmade in Finland, the Kailash gets its name from the holy Tibetan peak that has never been climbed, it features a glass-fiber composite body and space-grade titanium bezel for lightweight wear and durability. The watch features an integrated GPS allowing for automatic global time and location updates, and with the accompanying app, you can quickly reference your travel stats, ...
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