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Bahama Chukka Boot | By Sperry Top-sider

Boat shoe specialists Sperry Top-Sider bring us this good looking Chukka Boot, they say "Take a walk on the wild side with this modern twist on a classic favorite. The Bahama Chukka, made with the same comfort and protection you love from the original, has a secure fit, 360-degree lacing system and genuine handsewn construction". Available in various colors. Source



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GARMIN FENIX CHRONOS | Image

GARMIN FENIX CHRONOS

Garmin has introduced a new premium version of their Fenix sportswatch - the Fenix Chronos. The premium multisport watch is based on the Fenix 3 but smarter, with titanium and other blingy elements. The Fenix Chronos is built to last, with waterproofing to 100m and a sapphire display to avoid scratches, it features an optical heart rate sensor built into the back of the watch, which is packed with sensors, giving you GPS tracking, a barometer, altimeter and compass,...
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LAGUNITAS BACKPACK | BY BOREAS | Image

LAGUNITAS BACKPACK | BY BOREAS

Not to long ago we did a feature on Boreas, they are a recent company based in San Francisco that make practical and hard wearing outdoor equipment. They recently presented a new line up of bags and were kind enough to send us the Lagunitas, a revolutionary hike-bike-travel-commute daypack. Read our thoughts and check out some pictures after the jump... Photography: Bless this Stuff     Model: Freddy...
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SHIRT SHUTTLE

The Shirt Shuttle by Patrona, is British design at its best, an ideal companion for business travel and commuting, whether you run, cycle or fly to the office. The sleek pack is composed of a outer carry case, a folding board with a collar stiffener, and a hanging hook. Simply fold your shirt around the patented folding board with curved edges and place it in the water resistant, light weight case, to ensure your shirt gets to your destination looking crisp and crea...
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