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The North Face Slippers

Whether you are resting at base camp or walking in the snow to go for the newspaper, you will appreciate the warmth, comfort and grip of these ThermoBall insulated slip-on slippers with a grippy rubber sole. The Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers by The North Face are water-resistant keeping your toes dry, cozy and ridiculously warm regardless the conditions, perfect for lounging around a camp fire after a long day on the slopes in tight ski bindings. And because they have a super grippy rubber outsole, these slippers are also up for urban tasks like a trip to the mailbox, taking out the garbage, or a stroll to your neighbors for a sugar refill.

Available in Europe here




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CORTEX DH HELMET | BY POC

POC is a swedish company based in Stockholm, we have featured their sunglasses here before. They started designing ski helmets and now design bike riding helmets also. They design very clean and minimalist protection wear, check out the website for more cool products....
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FILSON SCOUT WATCH

The Filson and Shinola partnership expands with a new addition to their growing watch line, the new Scout Watches. Inspired by the classic 1940’s pilot watches, the Scout is made by hand in Shinola’s Detroit watch factory, and features a bi-directional rotating top ring, and screws that secure the strap to the lugs for added durability. The full product family consists of seven watches, all are rated at 20 ATM, have a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, run on an Ar...
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WINTER BOOTS

With cold temperatures still sweeping across the country we thought of elaborating a list of some of our favorite winter boots. We tried to keep the roundup as mixed as possible with various styles and prices. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump… ...
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