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Nike Air Vortex Vintage

Return of a classic... the Nike Air Vortex originally launched back in 1985, they were a huge hit with runners in the 80s. The timeless shoe is now back with an updated version and a vintage treatment. We love these two colorways stocked by our favorite Swedish online store "Tres Bien Shop", but be aware, this edition comes in limited numbers.

You can get a similar version in the US at Amazon




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CAMERAMAN JACKET | BY NIGEL CABOURN | Image

CAMERAMAN JACKET | BY NIGEL CABOURN

The Cameraman Jacket by Nigel Cabourn has been around for some time, but itīs one of those pieces that never goes out of style. The jacket made in England features upper waterproof Mackintosh twill and lower body made from heavy Harris Tweed. It has 6 front pockets, air holes under the arms and a waxed string to tighten the hood. We love the military clasp top fastening detail....
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AUTODROMO GROUP B WATCH

Autodromo is a new brand of watches inspired by the golden era of racing. Their latest addition is the Group B watch, an elegant timepiece inspired by the Group B era of motor racing which spans 1982-1986. Built from Titanium, the lightweight watch (weighs only 52 grams) features a bi-metallic case construction and Miyota 9015 automatic movement. The watch is encased in a hand-crafted aluminum box and comes with two nylon straps that were inspired by racing harnesse...
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HEXA K500 DIVE WATCH

Last year we did a feature on the stunning Hexa K500, a mechanical dive watch with an emphasis on utility. After two years of design and prototyping, the watch is finally available for purchase exclusively on their website. The Hexa K500 is available in brushed stainless, bead blasted and tactical PVD finishes. You better hurry, the K500 is limited to only 500 pieces....
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