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Skinners

Skinners are a new type of minimal footwear designed for all your adventures, travels and sports. The ultra portable footwear crosses shoes and socks, they are coated in a dual polymer waterproof plastic and feature an odor-resistant lycra infused upper that make them both comfortable and totally capable. The lightweight yet durable Skinners give you the freedom of a sock, plus the great grip and the basic protection of shoes. They also roll up tiny making them perfect for bringing along as an extra pair of shoes that you can shove in your pocket. watch the video below



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NIKE LUNAR 5 EXT CAMO | Image

NIKE LUNAR 5 EXT CAMO

Another great application of the trendy Camo print this time by Nike on the upcoming Lunar 5 EXT. The sneaker features a camo base contrasting beautifully with Mint accents and is packed with Nike´s Flywire technology as well as a dynamic support platform on the heel giving the shoe great comfort and stability. Available for pre-order at end online store....
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DVS WESTRIDGE SNOW BOOTS | Image

DVS WESTRIDGE SNOW BOOTS

With cold and wet weather around the corner, we have started to look at some winter boots. Surfing the web we came across the DVS Westridge, a rugged, water resistant boot, allowing you to stomp through the slush and snow without soaking your feet. It features CGT (Cold Grip Technology) - designed to increase traction, and Thinsulate Insulation - to keep your feet comfortable in the harshest conditions. Available from the DVS online store or from Amazon...
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AMVOX3 TOURBILLON WATCH | BY JAEGER LECOULTRE | Image

AMVOX3 TOURBILLON WATCH | BY JAEGER LECOULTRE

The first round ceramic case manufactured by Jaeger-LeCoultre, this timepiece combines high resistance with stability. Its automatic movement with a tourbillon proclaims its high watchmaking lineage. Series limited to 300 watches....
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