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Burton X Casio G-shock Watch

Casio recently teamed up with renowned snowboard giants Burton for this stunning watch collaboration. The limited edition celebrates G-Shock´s 30th Anniversary, and was specially designed with winter sports in mind. The GDF100BTN-1 is not only useful for outdoor enthusiasts, but for anyone who works in harsh weather. It features two sensors, one for air pressure and the other for temperature, furthermore, the display features high-brightness LEDs and 5 daily alarms, time display up to 48 cities, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer and 12/24 hour format. Also, shock and water resistant to 200 meters.

Get it in Europe here




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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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ZEROGRAND SHOE | BY COLE HAAN | Image

ZEROGRAND SHOE | BY COLE HAAN

Weighing in at less than 290 grams each, ZeroGrand is the lightest and most flexible shoe Cole Haan has ever created. Marrying centuries-old broguing details with biomechanics, modern materials and today’s manufacturing methods, Cole Haan has considered every detail in make, mass and motion. ZeroGrand´s radically minimal design sheds weight, increases flexibility and enhances cushioning. ZeroGrand is now available for purchase in several styles at Cole Hann´s websit...
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NEW BALANCE M998 SNEAKER | Image

NEW BALANCE M998 SNEAKER

NB lovers can drool over the refreshed M998 model. This vintage running shoe, with it´s iconic grey, navy and red colorway, incorporates Abzorb shock system in the sole and is composed of suede and mesh upper. ...
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