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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 Trainer 3.0 is available now at Nike retailers and online.




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THE CLARENDON | PHOTO ACCESSORIES ORGANIZER

The Clarendon by ONA, is a stylish photo accessories organizer designed with mobile photographers in mind. Handcrafted from premium Italian leather that ages beautifully, the small folio features several slim pockets and strong elastic bands to hold small mobile lenses (such as Moment lenses), batteries, mini-tripods, memory cards, and small personal items such as a passport. The Clarendon includes a detachable wrist strap for carrying on the go. watch the video ...
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WESTCOMB JACKETS

Westcomb is a recent brand from Canada, they produce premium quality all-mountain apparel. Their new jacket collection features some very cool models, you can choose from lightweight jackets for fast and light expeditions, or jackets that will keep you warm in polar-like conditions. Check out their website for the full collection....
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DISTRICT VISION EYEWEAR

District Vision Eyewear is a new brand of sunglasses that aims to serve the fast growing fitness community. They tastefully design some handsome sunglasses specifically for running, and bring some cool to the over stylized and futuristic designs of most performance sunglasses. Their designs could very well be mistaken for regular sunglasses, with three different types of frames, in grey, white or black and three different lenses too, each designed for different perf...
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