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Vans + Finisterre

Finisterre, are a clothing brand that are committed to designing innovative products for cold water surfers around the world. Together with one of the world’s most iconic footwear brands, Vans, they have created a limited edition collection, truly born from the needs of the adventurous surfer. The result is three shoes, given the weatherised treatment, and designed to endure the elements and carry you on your adventures whatever the terrain. The ultimate shoe for surf travel. 



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MILITARY STYLE

Recently we have featured some military stuff that has been very popular... Today we decided to round up some of the coolest military products, from bags, wear and accessories. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump...  ...
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POC DO SUNGLASSES

Poc is a swedish company with experience developed in optics trough their goggles, sunglasses use NXT lenses, which were initially developed for fighter jet canopies. The properties include extreme impact, temperature and chemical resistance, together with superior optical performance versus the existing technologies,i.e. polycarbonate. low weight and durable TR-90 Grilamid frames, Hytrel rubber for fit and comfort, together with the vast choice of superior lenses, ...
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NIXON RANGER

Nixon have presented their latest collection of Ranger watches. The new line is inspired by modern day military field instruments, and the Ranger is designed to be tactile and wholly functional. The rugged timepiece is available in several styles, and colors, with a choice of a brushed stainless steel bracelet or the classic Horween leather and sturdy military nylon-strapped. All versions feature a stainless steel case and are 100m water-resistant. Avail...
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