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New Balance M997cgr

New Balance have released their latest 997 model in the classic "Pumice Stone” colorway. The New Balance M997CGR is a subtle retro running shoe that stays true to NBīs roots, it is crafted with premium suede and features a neutral grey colorway, a white midsole, blue outsole, and red and blue accents throughout. A clean classic, and we love it.

Available now through some NB retailers, including Sneaker Politics, and Packer Shoes




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LIMITED EDITION 2011 NIKE MAG | BACK TO THE FUTURE SNEAKERS | Image

LIMITED EDITION 2011 NIKE MAG | BACK TO THE FUTURE SNEAKERS

Yes geeks, the day has arrived, apparently Nike decided to launch what may be said to be one of the most anticipated accessories for all the nerds and geeks around the world... NIKE MAG! They are a replicate of the original pair of Nike Air Mag’s Marty McFly wore in the Back To The Future movie, including the LED lights! This is a chance for you to own a piece of history, you will also be helping because all net proceeds from the auction sales of the 2011 Nike Mag, ...
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NEW BALANCE FLURO CROC

The MT580PU from New Balance will be available as of next month in April. Inspired by military jacket designs, the Fluro Croc is assembled with white leather, grey suede and reflective material. The heel and quarter panel display vivid green colors and texture hence the name Fluro Croc....
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MAGKEY | MAGNETIC KEY HOLDER

Magkey is a new and useful gadget that may prove itself very handy if you happen to be in possession of a bunch of keys. The idea behind it is to eliminate the annoying rattling noise when you put together several keys in the same spot. Along with the noise reduction you also get to keep them more organized by the action of the neodynium magnet. With the Magkey starting kit you get four individual magnets, that is four negatives and four positives plus a keychain, y...
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