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Panerai Luminor 1950 10 Days Limited Edition Watch

Panerai have launched this limited to 100 units watch exclusively available at the soaring Taipei 101 tower. The case is made from stainless steel measuring 44mm, and is water resistent to 100 meters. It features obvious functions like hours, minutes and date, it also comes with second time zone, a 24hour indicator and a 10 day horizontal power reserve.



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BURTON X CASIO G-SHOCK WATCH | Image

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...
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FEBRUARY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY | Image

FEBRUARY 2017 FINDS ON HUCKBERRY

It´s that time of the month that we update our custom, curated BTS Shop on Huckberry, a shop that hooks you up with the coolest apparel and travel gear for an active lifestyle, along with some interesting stories and original content. Check out our new curated list of some of the coolest products and deals available this month of February on Huckberry. Details below....
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ADIDAS SAMBA MODERN CLASSIC

Adidas are not only working hard on releasing some new and innovative sneakers, they are also working their magic on some of their classic models, such as the Samba. The new Adidas Samba Modern Classic, is a derivative of the classic Samba silhouette, but loses the three stripes on the side and switches out the leather for canvas, resulting in a stylish, casual, everyday wearable sneaker. Coupled with metallic gold detailing and a gum rubber outsole holding things d...
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