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Nike Air Max Tavas Carbon Green

Nike have unveiled a spectacular "carbon green” colorway for their popular Air Max Tavas sneakers. Built for the upcoming Fall season, this classic silhouette features several shades of Green across its sleek upper, and is complemented by black details implemented on the heel, tongue and Swoosh. The result is a clean sneaker with a contemporary look and innovative comfort. We love that big Max Air unit radiating from the heel.  

Available at Nike and from Amazon, and in Europe from Titolo




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GERBER GDC BELT CLIP

At the beginning of the week we showcased the sleek GDC Money Clip by Gerber, also added to their new products line is the robust GDC Belt Tool. Made from heavy gauge nylon, the quick-release belt features a buckle with an integrated multi-tool taking stealth convenience to the next-level. The removable 3.3" tool acts as a flat head driver, pry bar and bottle opener. More details at Gerber, or purchase now from Amazon ...
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CONVERSE CHUCK TAYLOR ALL STAR II | Image

CONVERSE CHUCK TAYLOR ALL STAR II

Meet the Chuck Taylor All Star II, the first new Converse All Star design in 98 years! This is the first major update to their groundbreaking and game-changing silhouette, first introduced in 1917. The new version of the iconic sneaker was given a slight makeover, with the standout feature being comfort, it now comes complete with Nike technology inside and has been fitted with Lunarlon foam cushioning, a super soft micro-suede perforated lining, newly refurbished a...
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RIP CURL ULTIMATE JACKET

Rip Curl have applied their pioneer "power heated wetsuits technology" to clothing. The S-bomb is a heated inner vest that features a heating system in the lower back powered by a small battery. When you are siting on that cold ski lift just flick the switch to turn up the temperature....
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