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The Barajas Shoe | By Pointer

British footwear label Pointer has the aim of making simple, well-designed casual shoes in response to a market that is saturated with increasingly technical trainers and hyped-up limited edition sneakers. This model named Barajas is a perfect example of that, a simple shoe with a great design. Available in olive(featured here), wolf, or chocolate.



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JUNE 2017 BIKE COMMUTER GEAR | Image

JUNE 2017 BIKE COMMUTER GEAR

Commuting to work by bike nowadays makes more sense than ever before. This roundup is dedicated to commuter cyclists, we feature a list of gear and accessories essential to be comfortable and safe during a bike commute. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you’re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products that’ll make your journey to work that bit easier....
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HICKIES | ELASTIC LACING SYSTEM | Image

HICKIES | ELASTIC LACING SYSTEM

Hate untied shoelaces? Meet Hickies, a revolutionary elastic lacing system that will change the way you wear sneakers forever. Never again lose time and rhythm during sports activities tying or untying your shoes again. Hickies turn your kicks into slip-ons, they´re made from a memory-based elastometer, a material that will adapt to your foot´s movement, expanding and contracting according to it, ensuring your foot will always have the correct support, regardless of...
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NIKE AIR FORCE 1 MILITARY

Nike´s air force 1 goes back to a classic 1982 profile with design details inspired by combat boots. They feature a mesh and leather upper constructed of durable canvas, with premium oiled suede, and full length Air-Sole and rubber outsole. A shoe that combines cushioned comfort with militant style. via You can get them at Kith online store, from Nike or from Amazon Get them in Europe here...
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