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Nike Archive 75

Nike are digging in their archives, they have just released a distinctive retro shoe, the Nike Archive 75. Originally designed in 1975 by Bill Bowerman, the vintage runner gets a modern update with 21st century cushioning, a suede and ripstop nylon upper for durability and lightweight comfort, an orange recessed waffle outsole, and flex grooves for a natural stride.



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DEEJO KNIFE

Meet the Deejo Knife, small as a pen, strong as the most powerful of knives. Its design is just about as minimalist as a knife can be, it features a dependable 420-grade stainless steel blade, a secure liner lock system(folds safely away and locks up solidly), belt clip, and an almost weightlessness design. Available in a variety of sizes and styles.   Deejo also offers customization, choose the weight, blade artwork, finish, handle, even add engrave...
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GUITAR PICK WALLET

Whipping Post is a company started by guitar player Ryan Barr. After spending sometime in Mexico learning how to craft leather, Ryan created his first product, a vintage leather guitar case (featured here). He as since created some very cool products, including this "Mojave Pickers Wallet", it holds 3 credit cards, cash, driverīs license, and features a pocket for a guitar pick. How cool is that? ...
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NIKE FREE TRAINER 3.0

Nike have released the Nike Free Trainer 3.0, a fast and versatile new training shoe that enables athletes to run, cut, jump and lift. The lightweight shoe features an innovative outsole with hexagonal flex grooves that enables athletes to become faster by allowing the foot to move naturally. Mid-foot Nike Flywire technology provides superior stability and support, needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction.  The Nike Free Train...
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