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New Balance H710 Trail Boots

The most famous hiking boots from NEW BALANCE arrive in two new colorways in stores this second half of 2010. The H710 comes in polished leather in brown or caramel versions, both with round laces and two-tone, contrasting midsole (combining with the second color braid, always black base), laceholders metallic and nylon collar. Sales are rolling in the coming months - out there - but shops like Hanon Scotland already offer dual pre sale.



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TREX AJUSTABLE ICE TRACTION DEVICE | Image

TREX AJUSTABLE ICE TRACTION DEVICE

This adjustable one-piece traction device for shoes or boots delivers tenacious grip and stability. They feature rugged steel studs, adjustable cord cinches tight for a secure fit, an easy slide stretchable rubber design fits over any shoe or boot that retains its flexibility to -40F....
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RIIND PEN

At first you might think there would be nothing new or interesting about the Riind Pen, but in fact there is. The idea, conceptually, was to take an everyday item, in this case a pen, and rebuild it to achieve a near to perfection product. So they built it using reduced tolerance on its pieces, using only premium materials and making it comfortable and practical in use. The machined grip is strong and comfortable enough to keep your fingers in place without great am...
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LEXDRAY TOKYO PACK

Lexdray have introduced a new version of their popular Tokyo Backpack as part of their FW 2016 collection. Available in a signature new navy blue, it is made with an ultra-durable, water-resistant fabric that fuses rip-stop nylon with durable mesh, giving it a subtle diamond-shaped pattern. It also uses military grade hardware, and features a fleece lined 15 laptop compartment, and plenty of zipper pockets and snap pockets inside and outside to store all your prize...
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