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The Good Will Out X New Balance 577

German sneaker store "The Good Will Out" have collaborated with New Balance for a special release, the "Autobahn” pack. The collection is inspired by a German Autobahn(highway) and is divided into a day and a night model. Featured here is the cool "night model”, a 557 silhouette in black, dark grey, red and white colorway that represents the autobahn at night time. Pick them up now at The Good Will Out, should be available worldwide soon.



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FAST PACK LITESPEED | BY TAD | Image

FAST PACK LITESPEED | BY TAD

We´ve only found about TAD (Triple Aught Design) very recently, they have awesome equipment. Example of that is this rucksack, the "Fast Pack Litespeed" , a versatile pack with a narrow profile and contoured design allowing you to have full range of arm motion. It´s perfect for day hinking, travel or any activity that requires free movement. It´s designed with the toughest and most durable materials and has great variety of pouches and pockets for storing all your g...
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REMOTE CONTROLLED HEATED INSOLES | Image

REMOTE CONTROLLED HEATED INSOLES

Cold feet are not fun, and with cold weather around the corner these remote controlled heated insoles are just what we need. The Thermacell foot warmers toasty heat keep your feet comfortably warm, and are controlled by a wireless remote control! The heated insoles use high tech wireless thermal technology, this means no batteries, wires, straps or cords. You can adjust the temperature via remote to three temperature settings, no heat, medium(100 degrees) or high(11...
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RIP CURL ULTIMATE JACKET

Rip Curl have applied their pioneer "power heated wetsuits technology" to clothing. The S-bomb is a heated inner vest that features a heating system in the lower back powered by a small battery. When you are siting on that cold ski lift just flick the switch to turn up the temperature....
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