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Botta Design Duo 24 | Dual Time Watch

Duo 24 watch by Germany´s Botta Design is the world’s first dual one-hand watch featuring dual time zones. It shows both the local time and the time at one additional time zone, using just one hand in each case. Two relevant times can thus be checked easily at a glance. It has a very simple yet amazingly logical principle, the main scale on the outside of the watch shows you local time while the inside scale you can set to your time zone of choice. Simple and clever.



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NIKE VORTEX VINTAGE SNEAKER | Image

NIKE VORTEX VINTAGE SNEAKER

Recently we featured a couple of colorways for the awesome Nike Air Vortex Vintage, you can check them out here. Now the classic runner is available in two new color combinations, green/chilling Red, and blue/dark gold. A timeless shoe. You can get them from the Urban Outfitters online store, or from Amazon. ...
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THE NORTH FACE ACCESS PACK | Image

THE NORTH FACE ACCESS PACK

The North Face Access Pack is an innovative easiest-access backpack with a revolutionary design that lets you effortlessly spring open the main compartment and eject your laptop. Created with the modern day commuter in mind, the Access Pack features a custom made quick release latch that allows you to effortlessly spring open the main compartment, and interior media pockets developed with built in ejector tabs for swift access to your devices. A spring-steel frame a...
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NIKE AIR MAX TAVAS

Nike have unveiled a spectacular grey/bright crimson colorway for their Air Max Tavas sneakers. The shoe is like a fusion of Nike´s Roshe Run and the iconic Air Max 1 silhouettes, and recalls the retro profile of the iconic running original with a Max Air unit in the heel and multi-surface Waffle outsole. The result is a clean sneaker with a contemporary look and innovative comfort. You can pick them up now at Sneaker Politics or at Nike online...
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