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Vibram Furoshiki Shoe

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese art of packaging, by wrapping a cloth fabric to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods. Vibram (creators of the peculiar Five Finger shoes) have applied this art form to an innovative shoe with an outsole that wraps around your foot!  The Vibram Furoshiki is the ultimate minimalist shoe, extremely lightweight, and guarantees the right comfort for every environment. Because the upper is constructed with stretch fabric, it will anatomically fit nicely on any foot type and the hook and loop closure system allows for a quick, easy fit. Meant for both extreme water sports as well as casual, they’re also ridiculously easy to travel, each pair comes equipped with its very own traveling case. watch the video



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LAPTOP TOTE | BY BLUELOUNGE | Image

LAPTOP TOTE | BY BLUELOUNGE

Cool versatile tote bag by award-winning international design studio Bluelounge. The vertical Laptop Tote is available in two sizes fitting a 13" or 15"-17" Macbook Pro. It allows you to carry your daily gear with ease and was designed for maneuvering around town with a variety of modern-day essentials in tow. Also by Bluelounge: - StudioDesk - The Sanctuary - MiniDock...
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GIVEAWAY | GORUCK GR1 | Image

GIVEAWAY | GORUCK GR1

We have teamed up with Huckberry - a fantastic magazine and shop that hooks you up with cool apparel, gear and travel for the active lifestyle… they bring you the most exciting fresh deals every week. Together with Huckberry, we are giving away this awesome GORUCK bag worth $295 to one of our lucky readers! click on this post for more details......
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ARMOGAN WATCHES

Armogan Watches are makers of handsome pilot watches inspired by great adventures and pioneers. Their "Spirit of St. Louis” model was inspired by the famous custom-built, single engine, single-seat monoplane that was flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 1927, on the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris. It features cockpit-legible dials, Japanese chronograph movements, and a price point that leaves plenty of room for pilot lessons. A watch that fits any oc...
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