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ALDEN SUEDE BOOTS

Handmade in the USA, Alden shoes are the oldest original shoemaker in New England. These handsome suede boots are handcrafted in premium European suede, they feature a plantation crepe sole and leather toe cap, full leather lining and tempered steel shank. A timeless classic that should have a place in every guys permanent rotation...



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NOOKA MERCURY SUNGLASSES | Image

NOOKA MERCURY SUNGLASSES

These are the new Mercury NG by Nooka, they are available in six colors, including four neon shades, as well as the classic black and white. The polymer injected frames make the Nooka sunglasses light-weight, yet durable with a matching rubber nose-piece and ear guards for added comfort. The blue lenses with silver mirror finish adequately deflect sun rays and provide UV protection, while ensuring a high level of color and contrast acuity....
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STORM COBRA JACKET | BY CHROME INDUSTRIES | Image

STORM COBRA JACKET | BY CHROME INDUSTRIES

The new Storm Cobra jacket by Cobra Industries features their Chrome Storm™ breathable waterproof technology, it is built with seam-taping technology used in expedition tents for the highest level of waterproof protection. It features a bike-friendly fit,  pit zips and two-way main zipper for active venting, a zippered back cargo-pocket for cell phone and keys, and reflective details so you can be seen at night. Oh, and it is 100% waterproof....
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BREITLING AVENGER SEAWOLF CHRONO BLACKSTEEL | SPECIAL EDITION | Image

BREITLING AVENGER SEAWOLF CHRONO BLACKSTEEL | SPECIAL EDITION

A stunning special new edition of the Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel has been unveiled by Breitling. It is available in two versions the  Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel, the Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel Code Yellow and Avenger Seawolf Chrono Blacksteel Code Orange. Itīs the only chronograph that is watertight and fully operational at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 ft). ...
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