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Standard Issue Boardshort

The good-looking Standard Issue Boardshort by Freenote is made from deadstock nylon sourced from US Air Force flight jackets, and are built to take a beating. The rugged shorts feature a reinforced back panel, custom corozo belt buttons, an interior lined with a Japanese nylon finish, graded inseam, and stainless steel hardware. Made right here in the USA and available in olive.



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MONCLER V LEATHER MOUNTAIN BOOTS | Image

MONCLER V LEATHER MOUNTAIN BOOTS

French label Moncler teamed up with Japanese fashion pioneers Visvim for this stunning limited edition leather Mountain Boot. The design is based on the classic mountain boot silhouette with details like colorful contrasting laces, d-ring lacing system, and the typical Moncler "french flag" stripes, red, white and blue on the Vibram outsoles. Also check out the very cool Moncler Sunglasses. via Hypebeast ...
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NIKE AIR MOC X MAHARAM

The popular Nike Air Moc receives a make over courtesy of Textile House Maharam. Composed of one piece of the upper to the whole, only in the collar to adjust the tightness with stretching, and carrying more by the Air Unit air cushion comfort while the lightweight and stylish design makes us love these shoes. Releasing in August 2010 at Nike Sportswear retailers....
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SKULLY AR-1 | SMART MOTORCYCLE HELMET | Image

SKULLY AR-1 | SMART MOTORCYCLE HELMET

A new product is taking crowd-funding site indigogo by storm(raised an amazing $650,000 in its first day), the self-proclaimed "worlds smartest motorcycle helmet”, the Skully AR-1. The Skully helmet features all the usual cutting edge motorcycle traits, but what makes it revolutionary is the integrated heads-up display, rearview camera, and GPS navigation. The  display is positioned outside the riders primary field of view and appears approximately 6 meters awa...
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