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Poc Snow Helmet X Beats By Dr Dre

One of POCīs most popular helmets, the "Receptor Bug" is now exclusively available with powerful Beats by Dr. Dre headphones built into the neck roll. You can take calls, switch songs and adjust volume using the remote control, all this with the Beats International renowned superior sound quality.

The Communication Neckroll is also available as a separate piece for attaching to other snow helmets, check it out here

In the US you can buy POC Helmets at amazon




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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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MILLICAN RUCKSACKS

Millican is a travel & outdoor lifestyle brand that makes timeless, eco-friendly bags. Their fantastic products are designed and crafted with durability, utility and functionality in mind, they are made using sustainable materials including weatherproof organic cotton canvas, recycled polyester and vegetable tanned leather. The range includes these rugged rucksacks, built with tough aluminum buckles, vegetable-tanned leather and understated, classic cool that ha...
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VENTURA V-TEC SIGMA MGS WATCH

The Ventura V-Tech Sigma MGS is "automatic" digital with all sorts of fancy, you have a scratch resistant case and crystal and then you have Venturas EasySkroll knob, which allows you to set the time, date, and other functions with one scroll wheel. You power the watch through the natural movement of your arm and there is a small rotor near the face which is connected to a micro-generator and battery....
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