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Steve Mcqueen Collection | By Barbour

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the clothing line ed in the "International" range dedicated to motorcycling, Barbour launched a limited edition named Barbour Steve McQueen. Throughout his life, actor Steve McQueen lived and raced with his inseparable Barbour jacket. The Steve McQueen Barbour Collection presents a unique ion of jackets, shirts, t-shirts and knitwear inspired by photos of the late actor.



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META WATCH | BLUETOOTH SMARTWATCH | Image

META WATCH | BLUETOOTH SMARTWATCH

After Im Watch came on the market, seems like smartwatches are the new must have gadget. Sony recently launched the "Sony Smartwatch" and now a privately-held company has released the "Meta Watch". The watch has the distinction of being the first watch with Bluetooth 4.0 compatibility. Another feature that sets it apart is the developer-friendly software, allowing developers to quickly and easily extend the interfaces of devices and applications to the wrist. Meta W...
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NEW STEALTH HOODIE LT | BY TAD

Last year we showed you the Stealth Hoodie LT by TAD (Triple Aught Design) a cool jacket with great performance under rugged field use. Our friends at TAD have given us a sneak preview of the new Stealth Hoodie LT, the jacket has gone through some significant upgrades from last year. It features a seam tape construction that makes the jacket 100% waterproof and has a more tailored fit. It is made with the same materials as its predecessor, Schoellers c_change fabric...
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ARMOGAN WATCHES

Armogan Watches are makers of handsome pilot watches inspired by great adventures and pioneers. Their "Spirit of St. Louis” model was inspired by the famous custom-built, single engine, single-seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It features cockpit-legible dials, Japanese chronograph movements, and a price point that leaves plenty of room for pilot lessons. A watch that fits any oc...
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